The virtual reality office space provider that enables businesses to create virtual offices and hold fully immersive collaborative meetings, Arthur announced significant product updates to its platform. The updates include photorealistic avatars with lip-syncing, audio zones for private conversations in smaller groups, increased VR room capacity, and speech-to-text capabilities.
The platform is used by several Fortune 500 companies and organizations in various industries, including the United Nations. It allows the users to build virtual office spaces with permanency features and enables large-scale immersive collaborative sessions in a remote environment.
The company’s offerings have gained massive popularity since the pandemic, as the need for remote work solutions has skyrocketed due to persistent lockdowns. It has become a viable alternative for companies spread across the globe.
“While most VR platforms offer simple meetings with a few people, Arthur is mainly used for large-scale brainstorming sessions with whiteboards, flow charts, and other complex meetings in real-time. We are making the virtual office a highly sought-after solution for the enterprise space, combining a collaborative and highly productive meeting environment with realistic settings to meet with colleagues and coworkers, such as a coffee bar,” said Christoph Fleischmann, Founder, and CEO of Arthur.
“Since our launch in December 2020, we’ve received great feedback from our professional users on how they’re currently using the platform and how they’d like to use it for virtual collaboration going forward. We’re continuously finding ways to adapt to the evolving needs of our clients and are looking forward to what’s next for Arthur,” he added.
Arthur recently launched the platform on the Oculus store as well.
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