Standardized Platform Delivers High-Quality, Multi-User VR Experience
At this year’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC), Future Tech Enterprise, Inc. will debut its new 3D-printed, Collaborative Virtual Reality (CVR) appliance.
“The Future Tech CVR appliance sets a new benchmark for VR collaboration by delivering a fully immersive experience that is easily shared among multiple users,” said Bob Venero, CEO, Future Tech Enterprise, Inc. “It offers companies an ideal solution to help improve training, project planning, and even speed to market.”
According to Venero, GTC 2019 is the perfect venue to introduce the Future Tech CVR. The show will feature more than 800 speakers and industry-leaders in AI, VR, data center, cloud computing robotics, IoT, autonomous vehicles, and other emerging technologies. It takes place March 17-21 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose.
Attendees can visit booth 1515, to see how the Future Tech CVR appliance delivers a standardized platform for high-quality, multi-user VR experiences. Featuring Nvidia’s latest RTX™ technology, the Future Tech CVR appliance enables uncompromised performance with real-time ray tracing. Other key benefits include:
- Customizable, 3D-Printed Case: The Future Tech CVR is compact and easy to transport, weighing approximately half the size of traditional multi-user VR units.
- Sound & Temperature Control Enhancements: Protective features include cross-linked, closed-cell sound reduction foam barriers and solid-state thermal couples.
- Accommodates Multiple Visor Technologies: Use with your preferred visor technology – Oculus, HTC Vive, HoloLens, and more.
Headquartered in Holbrook, NY, Future Tech is an award-winning, global IT solutions provider, with capabilities in nearly 170 countries. Today, Future Tech is an IT partner-of-choice for Fortune 500 companies in the aerospace, defense, energy, healthcare, and manufacturing sectors.
Along with the Future Tech CVR appliance, the company offers a wide range of IT products and services, including:
- 3D Print;
- Modular data centers;
- Network security;
- Managed print services (MPS);
- Hardware/Software; and,
- Procurement logistics