In the Metaverse with VRROOM
On October 30th, Louis Cacciuttolo, founder and president of VRROOM, came to discuss VR, AR, mixed reality, alongside notable figures like Jean-Michel Jarre, in the Tech & Co show hosted by François Sorel.
VR, AR, MR: Definitions
For some, this vocabulary is well known, for others, it’s a bit more complicated. Let’s get back to basics: VR stands for Virtual Reality, AR for Augmented Reality, which is a futuristic overlay on ordinary reality. And MR? That’s Mixed Reality, the perfect cocktail of the two.
BRM Tech & Co: Superstars and VR
Present at this special BFM Tech&Co was Louis Cacciuttolo, founder of VRROOM. While we were talking about technology and software, Louis showed that France is a force to be reckoned with. With VRROOM, it’s an entire platform allowing the whole world to gather in 3D spaces and experience adventures in virtual reality. France can be proud of its contribution to this tech revolution.
VR Headsets by Stan Laroc
Stan Laroc, the maestro of Lynx, was the next guest. He manufactures 100% Made In France mixed reality headsets. These revolutionary headsets are designed to take you to breathtaking worlds, with French innovation at the heart of this revolution. VR and AR headsets are constantly evolving, with increasingly powerful cameras, screens, and processors.
The Perfect Mix: VR, AR, MR
Now that we’ve been introduced to the guests, let’s dive into the mysterious universe of VR, AR, and MR terms.
VR is like a ticket to a parallel universe where reality is totally reinvented. AR is a bit like a layer of magic added to our ordinary reality.
MR is the art of blending these two worlds to create something truly special.
Apple and Augmented Reality
2024 is the year we are all eagerly awaiting, as Apple has promised to launch its first spatial headset. This is an event not to be missed and we know Apple does nothing by halves. With screens immersing you in digital worlds, is Apple’s goal to replace Macs and computers? Zuckerberg once said people wouldn’t like to see reality through cameras, but today, these cameras are everywhere, including in Meta’s Quest 3. That’s quite a turnaround!
The Future is Now!
So, what should we take away from this technological adventure? Well, virtual and augmented reality are constantly evolving, and they promise to transform our interaction with the digital world. Innovation is key, and creative minds like Jean-Michel Jarre and Louis Cacciuttolo show that the future is already here.
Whether you’re a music fan, a tech geek, or just curious to explore new digital horizons, VR and AR are here to offer incredible experiences. So, stay tuned for the latest developments and be the first to dive into the digital unknown with style!