January 1st, 2018
ImmVRse is Aiming to Become the Leading VR Content Sharing Platform Within the Next Decade
Presently, there are several concerns about Ultra High Definition (UHD) media encoding, which results in high cost and requires a suitable infrastructural capacity. The aim is to develop a blockchain-based decentralized community with smart contract based peer-to-peer job hiring process.
Without high-quality VR content, however, there is no value in creating such a platform. Therefore, one of the early key emphasis is to develop an exceptional hybrid-architecture that will allow the application to be distributed, whilst effortlessly processing on demand videos.
The ImmVrse Platform
Ultra-high definition and low latency are crucial to stream VR content and can mitigate motion sickness in a VR environment. A pilot research ImmVRse carried out with Imperial School of Medicine in 2017, concluded that increased latency and poor content delivery may increase the likelihood of motion sickness. Therefore, the hybrid design will allow ImmVRse to host high-quality data that facilitates faster encoding, better latency time and capacity required to process VR content.
The future goal is to transition from the hybrid-architecture to progress towards full decentralization through forming strategic partnerships. The company is intending to work alongside companies that can provide long-term scalable solutions for increased efficiency using decentralized blockchain-based cloud platform.
ImmVRse and IAGON
In order to take the first step, ImmVRse has officially partnered with IAGON, a start-up focused on the delivery of decentralized, cloud computing and artificial intelligence services. IAGON provides a platform for harnessing the storage capacities over a decentralized blockchain grid. The long-term aim for IAGON is to revolutionize the cloud and web services market by offering a decentralized grid of storage and processing.
Additionally, with an aim to be advised on cloud-computation, scalability and improve product development life-cycle, The Director of Oracle (EMEA and APAC), Ani Fox Bochenkov has recently joined ImmVRse advisory board. Ani has substantial knowledge and expertise in the €2T digital infrastructure market. His focus and skills lie within cloud-enabled IoT, edge computing, Industry 4.0, Smart City, Digital Single Market, universal banking protocols and data compliance & privacy solutions.
The Director of Oracle (EMEA and APAC), Ani Fox Bochenkov Stated:
“ImmVRse represents a prime example of how modern technologies can be utilized within a digital cloud infrastructure. I look forward to working closely with the team to make this a market leading content platform for the future ”
With the Pre-Sale now just weeks away, there has been a spike of interest from VR fans globally. ImmVRse is urging all those who wish to get involved to get whitelisted as soon as possible.
To learn more visit their website: https://immvr.se/