Epic grant for Kiwi start-up to develop virtual reality tech

Epic grant for Kiwi start-up to develop virtual reality tech
Dan Brunskill
A Kiwi start-up that wants to “back up the world” and revolutionise teleconferencing has been given almost $1 million in grants to make it happen.RealityVirtual, a Wellington-based machine-learning photogrammetry company, had now received a grant from Epic Games to support open-source 3D graphics capabilities.Simon Che de Boer, RealityVirtual director, said the US video game and software developer most famous for its online video game Fortnite, is just the latest global name to back the Kiwi start-up.“Between Epic Games,...

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