In less than 10 months after the company’s registration, VividQ was part of the world’s biggest tech event to showcase first ever holographic video-game powered by VividQ 1.0
The tech show not to be missed
Consumer Electronics Show – an annual trade show hosted in Las Vegas, Nevada – has served as the proving ground for innovation and breakthrough technologies for 50 years now. This is the place to be for everyone who thrives on the business of consumer technologies, and where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.
VividQ exhibited as part of Eureka Park™ - a designated area for companies launching a new product or idea. The show proved to be both an exciting challenge and an immense opportunity for the company and the team.
The first truly interactive holographic video-game
Despite the company’s focus on developing software solutions, VividQ made sure that CES participants can realise the benefits of holography in its fullness. For that purpose, VividQ’s holographic projector prototype made it across the pond for the first time. The projector served as the prototype of the holographic, mixed reality headset. With a gaming pad in a hand, our booth visitors could play the first ever holographic video-game powered by VividQ. The Atari-like space shooter game was running in real-time, on the standard NVIDIA graphics card, straight from Unity, proving the power of our software solutions for holography.
CES made it clear that VividQ’s solutions is what the industry is looking for, opening opportunities in sectors that the company has not pursued yet – such as automotive. Our CES debut corresponded with the official release of the new website, which served as the useful source of information on use cases and implementation of our software for all booth visitors (and was visited by over 1300 individual users since the show!). We are now looking forward to new client engagements resulting from the show, where we spoke to more than 300 participants, with the majority trying out the prototype of VividQ’s holographic projector.