SkyReal has partnered with HP’s Independent Software Vendor programme, as a key VR partner to support the roll out of the HP Reverb G2 virtual reality headset.
Using Unreal Engine technology, SkyReal offers a real-time collaborative mode for up to 100 simultaneous, multi-site users, with unequalled display performance that is key to the success of very demanding projects.
SkyReal is to offer a free HP Reverb G2 headset standard edition with ever new commercial license of its SkyReal VR software purchased up until 15 December 2020.
HP Reverb Gen2 headset, with a ‘plug and play’ approach and inside-out tracking, should allow users to deploy SkyReal’s software throughout their organisations, to allow engineers to collaborate in VR whether on site or at home.
“We are delighted with this new partnership with HP,” said SkyReal founder Hugo Falgarone. “Our SkyReal software together with the Reverb G2 headset means we can offer a complete, high-value solution.
“It is also a real breakthrough for the industry at a time when engineers’ need for mobility and flexibility means that they need to find new ways to collaborate, often when home based because of COVID restrictions”
“We have seen in these difficult times that users want an easy to use VR headset for home use, which the Reverb Gen 2 is ideal,” Falgarone continued.
“So, we went ahead and gave one with each new license purchased to help engineers get productive again! That way they don’t have to worry about using the right VR headset or having the extra expense of purchasing one themselves”
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