On Tuesday, Adtile Technologies touted its newest tech.
The company’s new mobile software platform, Adtile VR, allows users to experience virtual reality on smartphones.
Best of all, users can do so without the need for special goggles or any other external hardware.
This new software creates an easy-to-use, smooth and natural experience for real-time motion simulations. By incorporating Adtile VR into native or web-based apps users can walk through a digital space, turning left and right, as well as looking up and down, and with the use of touch controls interact.
“With mobile being the largest computing medium of all times, VR capabilities need to be mainstream and additional hardware makes scaling hard. Since Adtile Mobile VR does not rely on any ancillary equipment, the application possibilities are endless,” said Nils Forsblom, CEO and founder of Adtile Technologies. “Adtile VR is a composition of physics, math, computer science and art that goes far beyond advertising. It is a new creative medium for smartphones, allowing developers to truly go beyond the edges of the phone for the first time.”
To check out a demo, take a look at the video shared below.