Dacuda to Demonstrate Inside–Out Tracking for Mobile VR with Preview of New Cinematic Series from Digital Domain at CES 2017
“Mobile Room–Scale VR Leader Enables Viewers to Move Through Sneak Preview of Digital Domain “Monkey King” Episodic VR Experience”
Dacuda, a pioneer in 3D camera software, today announced that it will show a demonstration of its inside–out tracking for room–scale, mobile virtual reality (VR) with a special sneak preview of “Monkey King,” a new cinematic VR series from visual effects and immersive experience leader Digital Domain. CES attendees will have the chance to move through the legendary Chinese tale, which is set in a lush 360o storybook environment. The demonstration will be shown at the ZEISS booth at CES (LVCC, South Hall 2 – 26429.).
“Dacuda’s advanced technology brings six degrees of freedom to any smart phone or headset, making virtual reality experiences even more immersive and interactive,” said Amit Chopra, Chief Operating Officer, Digital Domain. “Our partnership brings together Dacuda’s advanced technology for room–scale VR and our artistry and storytelling prowess. The result is a highly engaging experience where viewers can not only step into the pages of our immersive story but also move around within the environment.”
“Our demonstration at CES showcases how engaging VR can be when it combines the latest technology and the most captivating storytelling,” said Dr. Peter Weigand, CEO of Dacuda, “We are very glad for this opportunity to introduce Digital Domain’s new episodic VR experience. Digital Domain has long been recognized for their excellence in visual effects, and it’s exciting to see that they are now applying their creativity to produce original VR content.”
About Dacuda AG
Dacuda is a computer vision company that redefines the capabilities of cameras with real–time 2D and 3D algorithms. As the leading pioneer in software 3D camera technology, Dacuda‘s mission is to bring 3D capturing to every consumer by making 3D content creation as easy as taking a video. Dacuda‘s software 3D camera helps scale existing 3D use cases to consumers with app–based scanning and enables novel experiences for Augmented and Virtual Reality headsets. Dacuda is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, with locations in Palo Alto, California and Shanghai, China.