See crystal-clear, 360-degree virtual reality content optimized for mobile devices featuring the Snapdragon 820 processor at Qualcomm booth (#8643) during CES
Las Vegas, Jan. 5, 2016 – NextVR, the leader in live-action virtual reality broadcast technology, will demonstrate the next evolution in high-quality, full 360-degree virtual reality content on mobile phones leveraging the latest advances in Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 processor.
NextVR worked with Qualcomm to develop software for the new SnapDragon processor that enables delivery of high-quality, live virtual reality content.
“This new technology levels the playing field for mobile VR by putting flagship phones featuring the Snapdragon 820 ahead of the best currently available mobile VR devices,” said Dave Cole, co-founder of NextVR. “The Snapdragon 820 processor is optimized for virtual reality and the Android phones with this chipset provide no-compromise, state-of-the-art VR.”
NextVR pioneered live virtual reality broadcasts, including the first-ever NBA game on Oct. 27between the 2015 NBA Champion Golden State Warriors and New Orleans Pelicans.
Mobile phones featuring the Snapdragon 820 processor featuring NextVR’s new virtual reality content will be on display during CES at the Qualcomm booth (#8643).
About NextVR: NextVR enables the transmission of live, long-form virtual reality content in broadcast quality – leading the way for live and on-demand VR to become a mainstream experience for sporting events, concerts, cinematic productions and more. Launched in 2009, NextVR has more than 26 patents granted or pending for the capture, compression, transmission, and display of virtual reality content. NextVR’s platform allows the fully immersive content to be streamed with pristine quality using current home and mobile Internet connections. NextVR was founded by veterans in stereoscopic imaging technology, software development and an award-winning filmmaker. For more information, go to www.nextvr.com.