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Vodafone’s new Hyperrealityhub

HyperRealityHub is a standalone solution powered by Snapdragon technology that uses Vodafone’s fast and secure computing connectivity to share between the hub, XR glasses and the cloud.

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Vodafone presented today HyperRealityHuba powerful new solution that shifts the paradigm from many of the bulkiest extended reality (XR) headsets to lightweight, affordable glasses that support shared immersive experiences for businesses and consumers.

HyperRealityHub allows you to split the computation with external camera support (to track the motion and position of multiple users), reducing XR device compute requirements, power consumption and weight to allow more users to experiment lightweight AR devices.

The hub, powered by Snapdragon® technology, uses an advanced distributed architecture that allows processing requirements to be shared between the hub, glasses and the cloud. The solution features high-level AI capabilities and Vodafone applications built on the Snapdragon Spaces™ XR developer platform. It’s all connected by Vodafone’s fast, secure and highly responsive networks and intellectual property (IP) architecture.

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In addition to HyperRealityHub, Vodafone has in mind the variante HyperRealityHub+ which can connect multiple users, allowing them to interact in a shared immersive experience using both Wi-Fi 7 and 5G.

It will improve the way people interact with technology and each other, at work and at play, in many sectors such as telehealth, health and fitness, hospitality, remote support, creative collaboration, education and entertainment.

Lo stand Vodafone al MWC 2024

You can try HyperRealityHub at the Vodafone stand (Hall 3, Stand 3E11) and the Qualcomm Technologies stand (Hall 3, Stand 3E10) at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), 26 to 29 February 2024

Visitors to the Vodafone stand at MWC will be able to experience the benefits of HyperRealityHub+ for the first time using AR glasses powered by the Snapdragon AR2 Gen 1 platform. Wearing the AR glasses, the user will be guided through simple exercises by a virtual agent called VEDA. By offloading tasks from the AR glasses to the HyperRealityHub, users can still benefit from high-performance remote rendering without compromising their experience.

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Visitors will also be encouraged to converse in a natural and engaging way with VEDA. It is also possible to interact with VEDA in the form of a hologram, without the need for glasses. The HyperRealityHub is one of several powerful, yet compact devices made possible by advances in XR technology that Vodafone will showcase at MWC24. By combining pervasive computing with the low latency of 5G, customers can experience rich, immersive realities at work, at home, or on the go.

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