Virtuality becoming natural

Ommo, a startup incubated on Highway 1, contacted us to collaborate in the development of a wearable that allows users to naturally interact with 3D interfaces in virtual or augmented reality.

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    I.D. Cristobal Papendieck
    I.D. Santiago Lopez
    I.D. Maximiliano Zunino
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With recent advancements in augmented and virtual reality, people can finally begin to see the digital world in full 3D. However, while the viewing experience is impressive and constantly improving, the ways people interact with 3D interfaces have lagged behind.

Ommo allows users to be able to interact with 3D digital interfaces naturally with their hands just like they do in the real world every day. The experience is focused on making the user forget that they are wearing sensors while having an unmatched precision in the virtual space.

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Ommo is a 3D position tracking system that uses a magnetic based technology to achieve a millimeter accuracy and precision in virtual space. The user gets complete freedom of movement in 360° without line of sight and works under any condition of the enviroment, even under water.

The system is composed of two gloves with sensors and a reference box. The gloves are really comfortable to wear, light weight and feel like a natural part of the user´s body. The reference box is portable and easy to place over or under a table.

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