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“Unity, Unreal Engine Plugins Coming To WorldViz ‘Warehouse-Scale’ Tracking System”

Tom's Hardware: "Integration with mainstream engines allows for consumer-grade VR HMDs to be used with WorldViz’s “warehouse-scale” positional tracking system."

“WorldViz brings “warehouse-scale” Virtual Reality to Unreal and Unity engines”

Develop3D: “Professional VR applications: WorldViz announces Unity 3D and Unreal Engine 4 integration for warehouse-scale motion tracking”

“WorldViz Laughs Off Room-Scale VR, Introduces ‘Warehouse-Scale’ for Unreal & Unity”

UploadVR: "Why stop at room-scale tracking? WorldViz announces Unity 3D and Unreal Engine 4 integration for warehouse-scale motion tracking"

“Warehouse-scale VR? One company’s system will soon plug straight into game engines”

gizmag: “Not new to VR: WorldViz announces Unity 3D and Unreal Engine 4 integration for warehouse-scale motion tracking”

“Are We Virtually Ready?”

At the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) this week, Lenovo announced a partnership with Virtual Reality (VR) company WorldViz. In conjunction with this partnership, Lenovo is releasing a series of NVIDIA VR Ready certified workstations. - Design and Motion

“Oculus Rift, HTC Vive Play Nice In WorldViz Demo At GTC 2016”

"With WorldViz, we witnessed the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift playing nice with each other in a collaborative demo."

“Lenovo Jumps into VR with Enterprise VR Ready System Touting Two $5,000 GPUs”

"At GTC 2016 this week, WorldViz is demoing their Co-Presence VR Experience on Lenovo hardware using the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive headsets."

“Virtual Reality Companies: Top 20 VR Companies to Watch”

Virtual reality companies are certainly enjoying a hot market. Yet some VR companies are far better positioned than others.

“Is Virtual Reality finally ready for business use?”

John Brandon of CIO explores the many business applications for VR and how WorldViz VR technology has saved companies like Lockheed Martin millions of dollars.

“Virtual Reality Isn’t (Just) Playing Games”

Fastcompany: "WorldViz has been helping companies create [...] VR experiences since 2002..."