The call for applications for the VIROO Creator Challenge is launched
BILBAO, Spain, May 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — European virtual reality company virtual software today announced a new Creators Challenge call for applications around its VIROO platform.
Aspiring to democratize VR technology through our enterprise VR platform VIROO, this call aims to celebrate Unity® creators who take advantage of VR content and facilitate access to virtual reality solutions for everyone.
Submissions are open from May 24 to June 12. Selected individuals will receive an annual Creator Pro license worth $15,000.
VIROO® is the all-in-one virtual reality platform that is revolutionizing the virtual reality industry by blurring the lines between physical and digital, enabling organizations and teams to accelerate their digital transformation. It aims to become the standard for the development of multi-user and remote VR collaboration applications worldwide, allowing to create, manage and deploy immersive projects without constraints.
The patented technology is a digital solution that enables remote development and deployment of multi-user virtual reality applications.
Virtualware envisions VIROO as the next jump in the virtual reality industry. The company expects hundreds of users to begin developing complex, affordable and meaningful immersive content that changes the world.
VIROO is a platform that works seamlessly in larger physical spaces developed for virtual reality, the VIROO® Room, allowing multiple teams to work at full scale in the same physical and virtual space.
Especially during AWE USA 22, the company invites Unity creators around the world to unleash their talents and create VR content using VIROO®. Additionally, private companies that want to raise their profile, generate new revenue streams, and offer unique VR solutions can be eligible for this Creator Challenge.
In recent years, VIROO® has been the backbone of many simulators created by large companies. For example, the multinational GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy is training its personnel and the technology that will soon allow the virtual training of ADIF railway infrastructure maintenance personnel.
Virtualware is one of the most experienced virtual reality companies in the world.
Founded nearly 18 years ago, in 2004, it provides cutting-edge solutions to various Fortune Industrial 500 companies, including GE Hitachi, Petronas, Iberdrola, Repsol, ArcelorMittal, Danone, Johnson & Johnson, Bayer and Merck, to no to name a few.
World powers such as Guardian Glass, Biogen, Alstom, Land Rover Jaguar, Faurecia and Suez, and institutions such as ADIF, the Spanish Ministry of Defence, King’s College London or the Kessler Foundation also rely on Virtualware in as a key technology solutions provider. .
Founded in 2004, it is currently working to strengthen the immersive technology industry.
The company expects more than 50 global organizations and industry associations to use the VIROO® standard in their processes by 2023.
To date, Virtualware has about 15 VIROO® user organizations (Industrial Companies, Universities and Vocational Training Centers) and has deployed 20 VIROO® venues around the world, in Wilmington and San Jose in the United States, Markham in Canada, Bogota in Colombia, Aguascalientes and Mexico City in Mexico, and others in Spain, including Madrid and the Basque Country.