Object Theory Launches Mixed Reality Collaboration Service For Microsoft Hololens @ Build 2016
World’s first mixed reality collaboration service to help organizations design and build multi-user holographic experiences, created by Object Theory for Microsoft HoloLens and Windows Holographic; Object Theory plans to make open source contributions to HoloTookit.
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• Mixed Reality Collaboration Service: Object Theory’s Mixed Reality Collaboration service helps organizations design and build multi-user holographic experiences. This collaboration service allows Microsoft HoloLens users to share 3D experiences from remote locations, enabled by life size 3D avatars. We are presenting this technology at the Microsoft Build Developer Conference in San Francisco this week.
• Working with CDM Smith: This technology was initially developed by Object Theory as part of a custom software development engagement for CDM Smith (http://cdmsmith.com), which provides lasting and integrated solutions in water, environment, transportation, energy and facilities to public and private clients worldwide. CDM Smith is an early innovator in the area of mixed reality for Virtual Design & Construction (VDC).
• Microsoft HoloLens Readiness Program: Object Theory was selected by Microsoft to be an agency partner in its Microsoft HoloLens Readiness Program. This program connects prospective HoloLens customers with trained solution providers, enabling them to develop great holographic content to help transform business.
• Open Source Contributions for HoloLens: Object Theory will be contributing portions of the Mixed Reality Collaboration service to Microsoft’s HoloToolkit framework, an open source collection of helpful utility code for holographic development built upon the holographic Unity APIs.
ADDITIONAL INFO About Object Theory Collaboration
Object Theory Mixed Reality Collaboration Service General Info
Object Theory Mixed Reality Collaboration Service Press Release
Object Theory Back Ground & History
Object Theory is founded by Raven Zachary and Michael Hoffman, a Principal Engineering Lead from the Microsoft HoloLens Studios team, who left Microsoft to create this company with Raven. Michael led the creation of showcase experiences for Microsoft HoloLens.
This includes Keystone, components of OnSight, Autodesk Fusion 360, and other undisclosed initiatives. Keystone is the award-winning proof-of-concept developed in partnership with Trimble Navigation Limited. OnSight is the Microsoft collaboration with JPL/NASA for the Curiosity rover mission planning on Mars.
Object Theory works with organizations to design and build custom experiences for Microsoft HoloLens and Windows Holographic. We provide end-to-end services, from envisioning through delivery, with a focus on strategy, user experience, and development. The company was founded on the shared belief that mixed reality will have a transformative impact of the way we work, live, and play.