Virtual reality poster child Oculus VR has just acquired Surreal Vision, a computer vision firm that works onÂ real-time 3D scene reconstruction.
“By achieving the ability to continuously reconstruct and track the world around us, weâ€™ll be able to build an understanding of the world at a semantic level,” said Surreal Vision founderÂ Richard Newcombe in the announcement. “This will bring the power of the digital world to the myriad of interactions we as humans perform everyday, leading toward a breakthrough in human-computer interaction and a computing platform that has true spatial awareness.”
Read the full announcement here.
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