Virtual reality (VR) experiences are largely predetermined and programmed for the user to work their way through, but DreamCorp seem to create a malleable experience for users as they experience it, using motion sensing technology and allowing others to utilise the iPad to control the experience.
DreamCorp, a French VR production company, specialise in creating VR experiences that are linked to real life, as shown in the promo video below. The company create a personalised experience for users put on either their Oculus Rift or Samsung Gear VR head-mounted display (HMD) and walk through, while their partner can select different scenarios for them to encounter, such as a falling floor. DreamCorp has a selection of services, including Events, 3D 360-degree video capture for shows, and architectural tours.
The company have used technology by Oculus VR, Unreal Engine, GoPro, Stello Productions, Virtuix Omni, and Leap Motion, all to create the real-time motion sensing VR experience it is selling. As teased at the end of the promotional video, DreamCorp will be playing with augmented reality (AR) also.
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