This week, Sony officially entered a partnership with GeniusXR and The Alan B. Levan NSU Broward Center of Innovation (Levan Center of Innovation), announcing a Volumetric Capture Studio for creating digital twins of real-world people and objects to suit a variety of enterprise needs.
The move enables the project partners to extend digital twin adoption and create new use cases for volumetric capture technology – including the XR content it produces. Each firm in the partnership seeks to innovate in XR and volumetric capture use cases for enterprise and industrial environments such as education, healthcare, and engineering.
The studio also accommodates training and onboarding sessions to teach professionals wishing to explore the possibility of digital twins, showcasing how a business can leverage the technology.
Source: XR Today