Virtual reality is still in its infancy, but today’s connected world demands the ability to share everything. A new Seattle-based startup called Visual Vocal wants to make it easy to share and collaborate on virtual reality experiences.
Many enterprises are already working with 3D visualizations, from architects to bioengineers, which can easily be transformed into virtual reality experiences. But with people collaborating across borders and time zones on big projects, sharing those VR experiences can be tough, and getting feedback on them nearly impossible.
Visual Vocal launched publicly last month and is developing technology to take 3D renderings, convert them into virtual reality and share them with others through a “cloud-based communication layer,” according to Visual Vocal co-founder and CEO John SanGiovanni.