Circuit Stream Launches Scalable XR Platform to Build and Accelerate VR/AR Applications for Enterprise Companies
Circuit Stream, the leading educator and developer for virtual and augmented reality, today announced the launch of the Circuit Stream Platform, a cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) which enables companies to deploy, manage, and scale virtual and augmented reality applications that transform how their employees learn and work.
Today, industrial companies in markets like aviation, manufacturing, and aerospace are increasingly looking to virtual reality and augmented reality to train staff and manage operations with greater efficiency, accuracy, and safety. However, the ability to securely deploy and manage cross-platform XR software using the most powerful 3D engines in the market today had not been possible. Recognizing the gap, Circuit Stream’s software was designed to facilitate the delivery of XR content for training, processes and operations at scale.
“Virtual and augmented reality can capture expert knowledge, increase training retention and improve safety, while reducing the time required for training and preventing operational downtime. As XR adoption accelerates, companies are looking at the technology to transform operations, collect valuable data and improve productivity over time,” said Lou Pushelberg, co-founder and CEO of Circuit Stream. “Our software is designed to help deploy, manage and measure large-scale XR projects across major hardware platforms, which, in the niche but rapidly growing XR training market, currently does not exist.”
Providing a comprehensive range of analytics, user management, and security features, the Circuit Stream Platform is backed by the company’s growth as leading VR/AR educators and developers. Building on the knowledge of tools, workflows and best practices through the company’s training programs, the new platform now makes it easier to quickly and securely publish XR apps and measure their impact against key success metrics.
The new Circuit Stream Platform is compatible with the Oculus Rift S, Valve Index, HTC Vive and Vive Pro, with Oculus Quest, Microsoft Hololens 1 and 2, and Magic Leap on the near-term roadmap.