VisualOn and VLA VR, the producer of the MiniVR VR glasses, has partnered with China Mobile’s subsidiary MIGU Video to transform the mobile video encounter using tech like a multi-angle view, VisualOn MultiStream Sync feature, and AR & VR.
MIGU has the rights to the most prominent digital content library in China and has connections with leading sports leagues, like the National Basketball Association and global content providers.
As part of this association, VisualOn will give custom development services as an addition of China Mobile’s R&D team to bring its specific playback expertise into this project. The companies will be extending MultiStream Sync on the MIGU video stage; this will allow users to see multiple camera angles and seamlessly switch between the streams to choose an optimal viewing experience.
They are also working together to improve virtual reality real-world applications in 5 key areas: education, live broadcasting, gaming, movies, and sports. VisualOn and VLA VR will allow China Mobile to show “high-quality, low latency” virtual reality content for MIGU users.
“China Mobile has very ambitious plans for MIGU to revolutionize the consumption of streaming content. Deploying MultiStream Sync, as well as augmented and virtual reality support offers something that’s really ahead of the curve in the industry. Furthermore, we are in a unique position to help China Mobile develop the next generation of multi-angle and multi-view technology that goes beyond anything seen so far. We are thrilled to work with a leader in the wireless space to build and deploy these solutions.” – Michael Jones, Head of Product and Business Development of VisualOn.
This association is also aiming to improve user experience through innovative playback specialties and support China Mobile to continue to grow its 5G user base.