High Fidelity is an open source, scaleable platform for shared Virtual Reality. The free software is available now in beta for content and software developers to begin creating and connecting virtual worlds that are accessible using the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, or desktop PCs.
High Fidelity is free software that lets you share virtual reality experiences with other people.
High Fidelity VR is a new way to interact with other people in a virtual space you create.
High Fidelity VR is an open source platform for deploying social virtual reality environments
Founded in 2013 by Philip Rosedale, Freidrica Heiberger, and Ryan Karpf, High Fidelity was formed to create an open source, social virtual reality platform. Based in San Francisco, the company released an alpha version of the platform, also called High Fidelity, in 2015, and went into open beta in April of 2016.
As of early 2017, High Fidelity has raised $40m in several investment rounds. Investors include Google Ventures, True Ventures, Kapor Capital, HTC, Linden Lab, Vulcan Capital, IDG Capital Partners, and Breyer Capital.
High Fidelity is an open source, social virtual reality platform currently in open beta. It enables anyone--students, artists, makers, enthusiasts, and more--to use common formats, tools and languages to build complex interactive VR experiences and share them with others. Available for PC and Mac, it can also be run on Linux, and is available on GitHub.
Features include full 3D audio, support for many different devices (Oculus Rift, Oculus Touch, HTC Vive, Razer Hydra, and more), a scriptable API, content scalability, and domain ownership.
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