Blockchain-based virtual reality (VR) ecosystem ImmVRse has ambitions to build an industry solution that will see it become a major platform for sharing VR content within the next decade.
To help achieve this, it has adopted a hybrid design for its server-side architecture, aiming to form a solution that is as versatile as it will be scalable. Integrating blockchain to secure cloud storage data, ImmVRse will host media on cloud platforms providing the framework for Ethereum-based distributed apps to operate on.
It capitalizes on the shortcomings that have been observed with Ultra High Definition (UHD) media encoding – these includes the high costs associated with building infrastructural capacity. A blockchain-based community that is decentralized should be able to complete the same process using smart contracts and use a job hiring process that is peer to peer.
However, such a platform would be worthless without high-quality VR content. As such, an initial element for development is a high-performance hybrid architecture that can easily process videos on demand while allowing applications to be distributed effortlessly.
ImmVRse’s pilot with Imperial College School of Medicine in 2017 concluded that motion sickness likelihood increased with higher latency and poor content delivery. Hence, to stream VR content and mitigate effects of motion sickness in VR environs, UHD and low latency must be achieved.
ImmVRse’s hybrid design aims to do precisely this: host high-quality data with faster encoding and lower latency and capacity to process VR content.
Eventually, the goal is to transition from hybrid to full decentralization via strategic partnerships with companies able to assist with long-term scalability solutions. This will ensure sustainable efforts to increase efficiency on decentralized cloud platforms built on blockchain.
ImmVRse has formed an official partnership with Norwegian startup IAGON, eyeing its focus on delivering cloud computing, artificial intelligence and decentralized services. IAGON’s mission is to disrupt the cloud and web services industry through its use of decentralized storage and processing grids.
Seeking further insight into cloud computation, scaling solutions and improved life cycle for product development, ImmVRse has also welcomed its newest advisor: Oracle (EMEA and APAC) Director, Ani Fox Bochenkov. Bochenkov’s deep knowledge in the EUR 2 trillion market of digital infrastructure, combined with his expertise in cloud-enabled IoT, edge computing, Industry 4.0, Smart City, Digital Single Market, universal banking protocols and data compliance & privacy solutions, make him a huge asset for ImmVRse’s lofty ambitions.
Bochenkov spoke with positive expectations of working closely with ImmVRse to help it build a “market leading content platform for the future”, saying:
“ImmVRse represents a prime example of how modern technologies can be utilized within a digital cloud infrastructure.”
Weeks away from its pre-sale, ImmVRse has seen growing interest from VR enthusiasts all over the world, with a surge of supporters expected to be involved.
To join the thousands of interested participants in the crowdfund, visit the ImmVRse website to register for the whitelist or read the whitepaper for more details. To meet the team and discuss, chat with them on Telegram or follow them on Facebook.
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