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Reality Mobile® Unveils RealityVision® 3.1 – Extending Mobile Collaboration

HERNDON, Va. July 27, 2011 Virginia

Since Apple introduced iPad, both enterprises and consumers have avidly embraced the newest mobile form factor—Apple recently said more than 80% of Fortune 100 companies are either currently using or testing iPads within their organizations. These devices can be now leveraged by RealityVision users to create and share real-time video to and from the mobile edge.

David Kramer

The RealityVision software platform extends real-time situational awareness and the delivery of mission and business critical information to and from the mobile edge, over COTS hardware and existing infrastructure.  A number of the new features in RealityVision 3.1 spotlight the company’s patented processes and technology surrounding location as a critical source of user context. These technologies empower mobile users to create and share content with each other in dynamic ways – creating a new category of mobile content and the ability to enhance it with location-based information and other data. As more users migrate to mobile devices (smart phones, tablets, iPad, iPhone, etc.), these patented technologies extend their ability to share rich media and other information in real-time.

Brian Geoghegan

To address these evolving requirements, expanded features and enhancements RealityVision 3.1 represents a much broader collaborative approach that gives users a more powerful way to add their own input to incoming and outgoing video sources. RealityVision 3.1 delivers these new features to users of the Android and iOS platforms; a future release will deliver comparable functionality to RealityVision users on Windows Mobile devices.

A tighter correlation among video sources, user input and location information


Extended opportunities for user input

While viewing another device stream—whether pushed from the Console operator or pulled by the user—the user can access and add to existing comments or, if there are none, start a new set of comments.  The user can do this during the initial viewing, or use the playback controls to find one or more specific frames of interest and insert the comments at that point.

Similarly, the user can access any of his or her prior video feeds at any time and add to existing tags or create new ones, again leveraging the playback controls to pinpoint the tag location in the video metadata.

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