Samsung C-Labs to push major VR Projects at MWC 2017

Samsung C-Labs to push major VR Projects at MWC 2017

Korean tech giant Samsung is all set for some major announcements of different projects relating to Virtual and Augmented Reality at the MWC 2017.

The Creative Labs division at Samsung have arrived with four innovative ideas that could be potentially used for further advancements in VR and AR world.

So without any further delay let us have a look at these four projects.

Relúmĭno

Relúmĭno is a visual aid application specifically designed for the blind and visually impaired and will work with the Gear VR, to help them attain new levels of clarity while reading books or watching TV. This is supposed to be an affordable solution compared to the existing visual aids available in the market. Relúmĭno is a mobile application when installed with the Gear VR helps to attain better texts and visuals.

traVRer

This is quite a similar concept to the Google Earth VR. traVRer is a 36-degree video platform that allows users to have a realistic virtual travel experience before and after the real-life tour. With traVRer, you can visit several famous historical places and monuments from across the globe. Using this platform you can also seamlessly navigate within various videos and direct yourself to travel in particular direction and walk on specific streets.

Monitorless

This is an very interesting VR/AR solution that lets users use devices like PCs and smartphones without a monitor screen. this solution is implemented using a special glasses, which look like just another ordinary pair of sunglasses.

With this glasses, you can view the content on your smartphone and PCs and further use it for AR and VR functionality. Take a look at the video below to understand this better:

 

 


VuildUS

This is wonderful solution relating to home decoration and interior and give you a close idea of the new piece of furniture would look in your house before making the purchase. this solution is implemented using a VR compatible mobile application and 360-degree camera. The camera is used to scan your entire home and the data is then used to make VR version of user’s home.

This is just the virtual mapping of objects in the real-time space of your home.

Check out the video below.

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