Ximmerse has been busy demonstrating their new Ximmerse mobile virtual reality input system in Los Angeles this week prior to the exhibition at SIGGRAPH 2015.
The VR Stereo X-Hawk Camera is capable of generating 3D environmental reconstruction as well as monitoring hand gestures and joystick and haptic glove tracking.
The VR camera is tiny and measures just7 x 3 x 2 cm in size, watch the video below to learn more about the cross-platform system that has been developed by Ximmerse especially the wireless, body motion tracking IMU.
The company has also created a range of controllers that have been specifically designed to be used with the VR camera. More details of which can be found over on the companies website via the link below.
Ximmerse is a journey about exploring the possibilities of human-computer interaction. We mainly focus on mobile visual computing and inertial tracking research and development, applying the latest findings to virtual reality input devices.
So far we have got hold of extraordinary scientists from the world’s leading enterprises and research institutes such as Lenovo, AT&T, etc., and engineers from global manufacturers like Huawei.
We aim at creating cutting-edge technologies and products for better virtual reality experiences. We believe that technology changes human life. Our journey has begun!