Offloads the most computationally heavy rendering to low-latency, network-based GPUs.
Turns camera data into striking real-world shadows and reflections in immersive worlds based on actual room lighting
Recognizes and augments thousands of vision targets in real time and tracks them on an embedded headset. Will also open up new uses in IoT.
Reproduces spatialized audio to reflect head rotation, attenuation, occlusion and material properties of a room—ensuring powerful AR or VR illusion of real space.
A group of about 20 young fans attending the Sacramento Kings game on Saturday got a glimpse into how 5G technology will change the way we experience live sports. Read more