It generates short mixed reality videos that combine multiple camera angles of the virtual experience.
Blueprint Reality it is present at the CES showing Moments, a solution designed so that virtual reality premises can offer their customers the possibility of sharing their mixed reality capture on social networks, which is obtaining an image or 2D video that shows the mixture of the real person with the virtual world, thus allowing to see from a different perspective what is happening.
“One of the biggest challenges for the VR industry is that potential consumers don’t really understand the powerful immersion of VR until they try it,” he says Tarrnie Williams, CEO of Blueprint Reality. “And for companies that market VR experiences, it’s like selling radio TV in the 1940s. MixCast Moments makes the player the star of his own short video, with multiple camera angles, music and sound effects. When people watch a MixCast Moment, they immediately want to try the VR for themselves.”
MixCast moments are short videos that are generated automatically and that combine multiple camera angles so that viewers get a better idea of the experience that the user is testing. The software is optimized for Intel processors and can be used without green background by employing Intel RealSense cameras.
MixCast Moments will be available for entry only for arcades.