The new XR laboratories will focus their activities on the research and development of this technology, in addition to engineering and key areas of technological development, such as advanced hand tracking and gesture control , 3D mapping services along with simultaneous localization, multi-user experiences, and image recognition.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. has it clear. The new labs are this company’s commitment to making XR technology accessible to the masses.
They will be initially located in six cities in Europe, with the intention of adding more in the future.
“The opportunities for XR are significant. If we combine this with Europe’s R&D wealth and leadership in XR, we see that XR labs in Europe are a huge contributor to the development of XR in Bright minds are already working at full speed to make our vision a reality,” says Enrico Salvatori, Senior Vice President and President of Qualcomm Europe.
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Qualcomm’s goal today is tohelp design lightweight, stylish headwear and make innovative technology available to developers through the Snapdragon Spaces XR developer platform to create experiences. that transform the day-to-day of consumers in all sectors.
Qualcomm’s extended reality ecosystem strategy is to help lead the XR revolution with enhanced hardware powered by Snapdragon platforms, software, frameworks, tools, and broad operating system support.
In addition, Qualcomm Technologies is uniquely positioned with its technology leadership to support the ecosystem with the foundational technology to make the metaverse a reality.
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“These labs will be the key to building our XR portfolio, which encompasses best-in-class platforms, software, and innovative technology features, and making it available to all developers helping to build the metaverse through of Snapdragon Spaces,” adds Hugo Swart, vice president and general manager of XR at Qualcomm.
To bring extended reality to the masses, it takes many cutting-edge technologies along with the best talent in the world. sector. These labs will enable growth in all of these areas to deliver groundbreaking immersive experiences that will inspire the future.