The Epson Moverio BT-200 is a head mounted display device. The core idea of the Convergence Revolution is to create a single window to engage with the world for enterprises and individuals. Coupled with AR and VR the possibilities are endless. Pioneering developers have started flying drones, assisting warehouse operations, augmenting service technicians, accelerating training and learning experiences with the Moverio BT-200. You will find them at www.epson.co.in.
To create a supporting platform for Developers Epson has launched the Moverio Developer Program and the Moverio Apps Market – a one stop store for Developers to publish their paid or free apps and for users to download the apps on to the BT-200. To know more please visit https://moverio.epson.biz.
Harnessing the built in Compass, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Camera and GPS functions, Developers have already designed AR apps with 3rd party SDK’s – Wikitude and Metaio on the Moverio BT-200. The binocular and 3D functionality empowers the Developer to craft truly immersive 3D applications which are engaging and interactive.
This is the beginning of a revolution that will change the way we work, play and live forever. If you are going to be an architect of this new reality, welcome to the Moverio Developer Program.
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