Picture the scene; the International Student House in Great Portland Street abuzz with activity at this Boston led event, partnered with industry heavyweights demonstrating the potential of Multi-user Cloud XR.
Our Extended Reality Showcase with NVIDIA and HTC on the 4th of May was specifically tailored for the Industrial Design, Corporate Enterprise and Gaming industries. We powered up our Supermicro MU-CXR machine and experienced it’s use in several enterprise scenarios including:
The VIVE Focus 3 enterprise grade, high-definition, wireless headsets from HTC displayed the low latency, high fidelity professional grade software - both standalone and omniverse content - to ensure play was as tight as possible to the program running.
Miodrag Relic, Partnerships Manager, Boston, kicked off the show introducing Boston, our partners and of course, the superb hardware underneath it all.
The legendary - Miodrag
Cobus setting up Omniverse
Our on the road solution from the front – Multi-User CloudXR solution on wheels
Time to get the talks going with some delicious light bites - using and managing VR is hungry work!
Dev Tyagii, CSMO, Boston, spoke of our mission as futuristic thinkers in a world full of possibilities, and how keeping in touch with us as a pathway to the very latest in technology will help drive your dreams into reality.
Abhijeet describes how Boston Technology Consulting unpicks your challenges and advises on the options to move forward before Boston assists with architecting excellent end-to-end solutions, installation, and further IT services.
Sam Watteau, Sales Manager, Boston explains how global integration of MU-CXR solutions can be localised by our collection of active regions.
Abhijeet doing what he does best – laying down
the steppingstones to achieving business goals.
Sam giving the MU-CXR localisation pitch – how we have a team
on hand around the world to support your transition to
Dev discussing how technology can help you to achieve business goals faster than ever before.
Admiration of the tech and an opportunity for our experts to reveal the existing business operations they are transforming.
Some great conversations were had
HTC VIVE Focus 3
Insightful presentations from Boston, Nvidia and HTC
Cobus spoke of Omniverse, what it can be used for, what it is capable of, and ran some Omniverse video demos.
Cobus explaining why and how Omniverse is the next best thing
since sliced bread.
One of our guests fully immersed
Harry Virdi, HTC engaging with our own, Pete Wilsher himself, Field Application Engineer, Boston.
HTC shared their new line of products and how HTC is building a better world.
Built with 5K resolution to handle next gen visuals, in comfort, and with total freedom of movement.
Keith Russell, HTC delivering his pitch on how HTC can support enterprise scenarios.
Lunchtime for customers and colleagues - well deserved and very well received.
Winding down for the day the Boston team and partners got a chance to test the kit out for themselves.
Gaming enthusiast, and
our Head of Technical Services,
Dan Johns, shows us how it’s done.
Emil “Hawkeye” Szkuta, Boston, trying some archery
In true May 4th style, of course we finished with a Star Wars game
Pete Wilsher, Field Application Engineer, and XR mastermind, said:
"With the creation of CloudXR and our original MU-VR (Multi-User Virtual Reality) solution, we are capable of bringing the best of both worlds together with the MU-CXR – Multi User CloudXR sessions all in a self-contained solution with no strings (or rather cables!) attached.
With the power of current and next generation components and all of our partners, we are proud to give a seamless VR experience and cater to any size deployments from a single user to entire groups, using nearly any traditional, all-in-one or XR capable mobile devices.
These experiences offer so much! Through realistic simulations, professionals can develop new skills, tackle high-stress scenarios, and foster innovation. Whether it's refining workplace designs, accelerating training and onboarding processes, or even replicating physical office spaces for remote workers, the potential is limitless.
To help our clients make informed decisions about new technologies, we have opened up our research & development facilities and actively encourage customers to try the latest platforms using their own tools and if necessary together with their existing hardware. Remote access is also available
A summary of what to expect from the RUN:AI event