COMPANY OVERVIEW

Outstanding Innovative Product(Nominee)

VR Shield

Over the past twenty years, the special forces and police officers have faced an increased level of multiform asymmetric threats ("low-tech" terrorism, mass killings in public places, suicide bombings, organized crime in urban areas...). Enter VR is developing a dynamic virtual simulator (named VR Shield®), interfaced to a platform that allows unlimited 360 ° movement, as well as walking, running, jumping, squatting. This is an innovative technology, which has been patented. It is based on a locomotion platform having the shape of an inverted spherical dome. The user is in a suspended harness that allows him complete freedom of movement and postures while securing him in the center of the system. Three 3D sensors, fixed on the user's ankles, back and weapon, as well as the VR headset, are followed by two cameras integrated into the platform structure and are sufficient to provide the information necessary for real-time modeling of... Read More

VR Shield

Over the past twenty years, the special forces and police officers have faced an increased level of multiform asymmetric threats ("low-tech" terrorism, mass killings in public places, suicide bombings, organized crime in urban areas...). Enter VR is developing a dynamic virtual simulator (named VR Shield®), interfaced to a platform that allows unlimited 360 ° movement, as well as walking, running, jumping, squatting. This is an innovative technology, which has been patented. It is based on a locomotion platform having the shape of an inverted spherical dome. The user is in a suspended harness that allows him complete freedom of movement and postures while securing him in the center of the system. Three 3D sensors, fixed on the user's ankles, back and weapon, as well as the VR headset, are followed by two cameras integrated into the platform structure and are sufficient to provide the information necessary for real-time modeling of its movements in VR simulation.

2018 awards

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