Pixvana10K Resolution VR Video Player And Publishing Platform is a Step Towards Improvement
Pixvana has unveiled their VR video player and publishing platform that allows you to publish and stream VR content that has up to 10K resolution. Pixvana wants to make VR video quality much better. If you have had a go at VR then you will notice that the picture quality is not all that great and while this is the first generation of VR there is ample room for improvement and the Pixvana 10K resolution VR video player and publishing platform is a perfect example of just that.
Pixvana is introducing a new Field Of View Adaptive Streaming technology that enables users to enjoy high-quality video and also decreases the required bandwidth at the same time. This will reduce the amount of date needed by up to 70%. According to Pixvana’s co-founder and CEO Forest Key:
“FOVAS is like swapping your old standard definition set for a 4K TV”
Looking at how quickly this company has entered into the VR world and has introduced this new Pixvana 10K resolution VR video player it is possible that this company will have an important role in the future of VR as we know it.
“The company is simultaneously pushing an Open Projection Format (OPF) that will index user-created video streams into the correct, multi-tiled format optimized via their SPIN publisher. The visualization below shows a 10K 360 SPIN video encoded with 30 individual tiles”
Pixvana 10K resolution VR video player has even got Valve’s Sean Jenkins excited. According to him:
“Pixvana has shown the best-looking VR video we’ve seen to date. An open standard for 360/FOVAS content which scales to high-quality VR headsets and lets creators of all sizes publish anywhere without requiring proprietary tools or formats is great for consumers and content creators and reflects Valve’s commitment to an open VR ecosystem. We look forward to making Pixvana’s technology and compatible content available on Steam”.
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