OSIJEK, Croatia / TOKYO, Japan – Orqa, a European hardware technology company, will unveil at CES 2019 Las Vegas the FPV.One, an immersive headset as premium market platform for exciting new Remote Reality applications. (Meet Lyda, Zennie62Media’s Official Music Artist at CES Las Vegas 2019.)
Introducing Orqa FPV.One Remote Reality at CES 2019 Las Vegas
Immersive First-Person View (iFPV) is today’s technology for imaging, transfer, and immersive reproduction of low-latency video, for the purpose of control and/or monitoring of remote equipment, typically remotely operated vehicles (ROVs).
Remote Reality (RR) is a new innovative way of enabling a user’s immersive experience of remote real-world environments in real-time, at sufficiently low latencies to allow friction-free interactive application scenarios.
Srdjan Kovacevic, CEO, Orqa: “The Orqa technology roadmap is a game-changer across the entire existing FPV technology stack, enabling more immersive experiences and more advanced FPV/RR applications the world has never seen before.”
“Orqa will be a top-tier technology brand, targeting the most demanding applications in drone racing and competitive freestyle acro-flying. This second-to-none FPV technology portfolio will propel Orqa to the top of the emerging Remote Reality market.”
FPV will morph into Remote Reality, with applications in:
Civil and commercial drones
Teleoperation applications in autonomous vehicles
Applications in robotics
Remote-controlled industrial equipment
Marine (surface and submersible) ROVs
Telepresence applications in corporate setting
Teleoperation applications in space technology
Further convergence of RR tech with VR/AR will see
Increase in FOV (field-of-view)
Remote stereo vision
Wider use of, and more sophisticated head tracking
Evolution towards 360° video
Convergence of RR and AR for geolocation information overlay and entertainment
Convergence of RR and VR for a more immersive experience, and the experiences blending virtual reality with remote real-world environments
Steering away from the VR centric approach of current hardware designs, Orqa is currently building near-eye display technology around premium MOLED panels by Sony Semiconductor Solutions Group.
The Orqa FPV.One headset can be implemented in a sophisticated setup including a pan-and-tilt gimbaled dual camera controlled by a gyroscopic sensor in the pilot’s goggles, enabling a true stereoscopic view.