While the Markham startup has been working with clients to help them create VR experiences, Babylon VR hopes to launch software this year to allow anyone to create their own VR and augmented-reality experiences.
Imagine a drag-and-drop editing tool you could access from your PC or mobile device, giving you the ability to edit virtual-reality footage into a clip or film. You don’t need to hire any VR expert, but instead spend a few hours reading the software instructions and trying out its many features. That’s the vision for Babylon VR, helmed by co-founder and CEO Jack Liu.
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