Waggle Corp. Launches Waggle VR Video and Software Production

Software developer using VR

Software developer using VR

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Wuggle logo

Waggle Corp launched Waggle VR, a video production service specializing in video and software production in virtual reality (VR).

Today’s VR capabilities are strikingly similar to the 2008 smartphone market shortly after Apple introduced the iPhone.”

– Glenn Wheeler – President Waggle VR

Tampa, Florida, USA, October 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – waddle Corp has launched Waggle VR, a video and software production service specializing in virtual reality (VR) that uses the latest cameras, such as the Insta360 Titan, and an in-house rendering farm to dramatically improve quality while also reducing the time and uncertainty typically associated with VR video and software production.

Waggle VR is designed to guide businesses through the VR video production process, from storyboard to downstream processing. Fully immersive VR videos can be made in 3D (stereoscopic) with a 360-degree field of view, or semi-immersive with only 180 degrees of 2D (mono) vision. Companies can publish their content to popular VR libraries like YouTube, or Waggle VR can help them create their own VR metaverse app for the Meta Quest headset.

When viewed through a modern headset like the Meta Quest 2, immersive, high-quality VR video transports viewers to another reality. Ambisonic audio adds to the experience by immersing the listener in an audio scene that responds to head movements. For example, when the viewer turns his head, the sound of a waterfall rises from behind him. Companies can take advantage of this new medium through innovative marketing and training strategies. Instead of just showing pictures of the new employees of the plant, they can be taken directly to the production floor. Prospective real estate, cruise, and travel clients can get an immersive preview experience that will leave them craving the real thing.

Marketing and training in virtual reality is a great way for companies to stand out from the crowd. Meta (formerly Facebook) has sold over 40 million headphones to date, so it’s safe to say that consumers are eagerly adopting this cutting-edge technology. Today’s VR capabilities are strikingly similar to the 2008 smartphone market shortly after Apple introduced the iPhone. Organizations that venture into this new space sooner will surely be rewarded and seen as forward-thinking and innovative. A good example of this advanced technology is vision quest The app is currently under development by Waggle VR.

Waggle VR can also help organizations livestream their important events in VR to their audience. By broadcasting live in virtual reality, event organizers can reach potential attendees who cannot be physically present. Rather than limiting virtual attendees to watching events unfold on a 2D flat screen, VR brings remote viewers right into the middle of the experience.

Contact Waggle VR today to start VR production.

Glenn Wheeler
Waggle Corp

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