InTEGRAtion: The Next Step for QuarkVR and Magic Leap

July 12, 2018

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What do QuarkVR and Magic Leap have in common? They both work on the bleeding edge of Immersive Computing, for one thing. Furthermore, they’re integrating the NVIDIA Tegra as a core component of their upcoming products!Yesterday Magic Leap had a Twitch live stream announcing that their first hardware will ship this summer. In the dev talk several Magic Leap employees gave details about the specs for the augmented reality headset. The device’s ‘brain’ will be an Nvidia Tegra X2 system.So we got excited and couldn’t hold the good news in anymore: QuarkVR is about to run on the Tegra X2 too! This allows for an multiplatform version of our software and opens brand new horizons for both our Enterprise use cases and potential end-user benefits.So far QuarkVR runs on Windows with an Intel processor on the client side. This version of ours is up and running at Orange Silicon Valley’s office. What we’re working on right now is Tegra support which will bring our tech to Linux and Android.

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