“Imagine the potential…when employees can be trained on demand from anywhere in the world, in an environment that replicates relevant real-world applications with real-time feedback, at a low cost to the company.”
SilVR Thread is a VR pioneer in proprietary technology and builds a physical presence into first-person VR experiences. Think of VR as a movie in which the viewer is at the center of the action. Read the article here.
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Ever wanted to step into the shoes of a movie character? That’s exactly what Lionsgate and Los Angeles-based virtual reality (VR) startup SilVR Thread VR are going for
Lionsgate Entertainment partnered with SilVR Thread to develop Nerve – Do You Dare, a promotional [VR app] that can be experienced on mobile platforms such as [Cardboard & GearVR.]
Captured using SilVR Thread’s proprietary cameras, the app was built from content captured on set during production, with stunt actors walking across a ladder between two skyscrapers
For the NERVE premiere afterparty, Lionsgate teamed up with [POV VR] studio SilVR Thread to let you feel what it’s like to embody…a character from the film as you tackle harrowing dares.
SilVR Thread wants to bring [POV] experiences to marketing, training, and other circumstances involving situational awareness. “Our model is creating an end-to-end solution for [POV], capturing the world as humans see it”
[Lionsgate] has revealed that it has partnered with SilVR Thread to create and release a brand new VR experience named Nerve – Do You Dare. As the name suggests, the app will have viewers attempting three terrifying ‘dares’.
“In addition to that, I skied down a mountain with SilVR Thread who actually has their own VR content pipeline that starts with their own custom camera setups and processing pipelines and ends at whatever VR headset you like.”
The first-person perspective provides a more immersive experience, says Tai Crosby, founder of SilVR Thread…“With a movie like this, it’s all about getting the audience to imagine what it’s like to be in the movie, not just with a 360-degree view, but with a first-person [perspective].”
“Every kid grows up wishing they could be the actor or stunt person in a movie like NERVE,” says Tai Crosby…“With the [POV] NERVE VR app, we are powerfully transporting people directly into the movie scene as their favorite actor. The adrenaline is immense.”
SilVR Thread, [uses] proprietary technology to create stunningly realistic experiences on mobile VR. Its first experience, Adrenaline Rush: Learn to Freestyle, lets users take to the slopes from the view of a professional skier, and was included with the launch of the Hulu [VR app.]
One of the primary focuses of Best Western’s VR simulations is to refine problem resolution in its employees. SilVR Thread, a developer of VR equipment software for devices such as the Oculus Rift…wants to create training simulations for a variety of professions to prepare for real events on the field.
David Pritchard and Tai Crosby, co-founders of SilVR Thread, which is a cutting edge company delivering virtual reality experiences, discuss developing immersive first-person virtual reality with their proprietary cameras. Listen to the full podcast episode with Katie Linendoll.