One of the scarce companies, who are consistently driving to promote live sporting events, through virtual reality is working on enhancing and expanding their level of service to its users. The company is doing this through an announced partnership with National Baseball Association, Inc., as well as synergy with Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google Daydream virtual reality.
Through these proposed agreements, the range of users who will be able to make use of the NextVR services would be substantially increased. This is due to the fact, which prior to this, the only users who were privy to experiencing NextVR services, was owners of the Samsung Gear VR headsets.
Daydream and its synergy with NextVR
With the new synergy with Google Daydream, owners of various Daydream headsets, as well as specific smartphones, will be privy to the services offered by NextVR. Following the region statistics of Google Daydream, it is expected that locations, such as U.S, Canada, the U.K., Australia and Germany will benefit the most from the steps taken by the virtual reality giant.
In order to remain relevant in the game of live-streaming and virtual reality sporting, the company has ensured the best quality for its display to those making use of virtual reality to witness the game. For example, there capturing feed is capable of shooting 6K resolution.
The best thing about the services that NextVR offers is that it comes free of charge, all individuals need to do is download the application on your smartphone (which is capable of synergy with Google Daydream).
More about NextVR and live-streaming sports
The secret to the success of NextVR is alleged, “A mixture of a live video and 3D rendering effects, which combine to create an experience that truly feels like you are at the game.”
Although the primary focus of this application revolves around the sports giant, Baseball – it is not limited to only this sport. In addition to this, the company has partnerships, which enable it to supply various content shown on channels, such as Fox-Sports.
Alphabet stock closed on Monday, at $808.01, after rising up by $15.56 or 1.96%
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