This Monday, NVIDIA entered the Project partnership With Immerse to launch VR-to-Desktop streaming for international language learners.
This step allows learners to access Immerse’s virtual teaching environments via NVIDIA servers. The streaming service allows users to access the service as a WebXR application via browser services – the compute-intensive requirements of reaching immersive learners thanks to the browser.
Quinn Tapper, Founder and CEO at Immerse, Added:
This case made the decision easy here in Immerse. In order to achieve our goal of making language immersion accessible to everyone, we knew we needed to broaden our definition of metaverse to 2D desktop users.
Furthermore, the company’s CEO noted that thanks to the launch of NVIDIA, international learners can stream Immerse’s virtual worlds “from any computer through NVIDIA’s virtual servers.”
As Taber explained:
Just as YouTube doesn’t require you to download a video but instead allows you to view and stream over your local wifi, similarly, we make our complex VR app accessible from your internet browser, regardless of your computer’s specifications. .
According to the CEO, the language learning market has “hundreds of millions of users”—Immersive is trying to convince learners that an RT3D environment is more efficient than a 2D screen service.
More about immersion
Create immersion for her platform For human resources and education departments and end users of organizations. The platform promotes seamless user experiences, scalable distribution, flexible access flows, and reporting/data insights.
The service also allows in-house developers to create custom training and collaborative tools. The platform’s streamlined workflow toolset allows customers to leverage the Immerse suite to improve workforce skills.
The platform has been used by some of the world’s largest companies, such as Royal Dutch Shell, General Electric (GE), GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Nestle, DHL, Accenture and Air France.
More on NVIDIA
2023 is proving to be a busy period for NVIDIA XR’s ambitions. Notably, this year the company added game-changing updates Omniverseits platform for the creation and distribution of RT3D and immersive content.
NVIDIA extends the Omniverse ecosystem as a cloud service so developers can perform enterprise tasks while improving accessibility and ease of use. In addition, Microsoft Azure, a cloud service provider, is the only international access point for cloud-based PAAS.
The cloud-based service for “connect, build, and play” Metaverse industrial applications will soon support additional tools for AI-based avatars, 3D design/rendering, digital twins, and automation services.
Furthermore, NVIDIA is exploring ways to create sophisticated avatars for call center use cases. The company’s Avatar Cloud Engine (ACE) is a set of cloud-native microservices to support the development and integration of avatars across different levels of business.
ACE provides platform developers with tools to streamline Avatar product lines. For example, NVIDIA is leveraging AI-powered tools and services to help create and render avatars. Moreover, ACE leverages technology stacks based on NVIDIA’s Unified Computing framework and RTX technology to improve developer workflows.