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Virtual reality entertainment holoride on the road to series maturity
- New technology merges VR contents with driving movements in real time
- Showcase rides with new content demonstrate the potential of holoride
- Start-up visits leading game studios at California roadshow
Travel to virtual worlds from within an Audi is soon a possibility. In the near future, back seat passengers can put on virtual reality (VR) glasses to dive into games, movies, and presentations. The clou: The virtual content adapts to the driving movements of the car in real time. At a roadshow in California, holoride visited potential game studios to excite the best content suppliers about the start-up’s new technology.