Focal Point VR is launching its Ubiety platform at BVE 2017

Focal Point VR is launching its Ubiety platform at BVE 2017

Focal Point VR will be exhibiting at BVE 2017

Focal Point VR will be demonstrating its 360° Virtual Reality live stream software platform live at BVE on stand Q54, Hall S1-8. With streamed VR video, this technology “can give people the chance to be in the best seat in the house for every future real-world event”, as Focal Point confirms: “We are creating the technology necessary to realise the dream of people being able to put on a VR headset and then be ‘teleported’ to another place, live.”


The Ubiety software platform supports everything from delivering an HD 360° stream to YouTube through to multi viewpoint 360° and stereo VR ultra high resolution (6k and beyond) event coverage delivered to customisable VR apps and html5 players, according to Focal Point VR.


The Ubiety Platform is comprised of two main components; the Ubiety Stream Processor, which connects to the VR cameras and processes the video into a VR stream; and the Ubiety VR Player which runs on the viewer’s VR device. Ubiety can be configured to stream over a client CDN or can be setup with a managed CDN.


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