Head of the Virtual Reality Group at the Institute for Computer Science and Control and hasrna decade of expertise in immersive and multi-user virtual reality technologies via various international research and development projects. Designer of the C++ architectural backbonernof the ApertusVR open-source virtual reality software library.
INSTITUTE FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE AND CONTROL
ApertusVR offers a brand new "no vendor lock-in" approach for virtual and augmented reality on different operating systems and on different virtual and augmented reality hardware.rnThis higher abstraction level enables that the business logic has to be implemented once and then it works on any platform. Moreover these different virtual and augmented reality hardware can be shared in the same virtual reality scene at the same time.rnThe ApertusVR engine only contains libraries in order to easily integrate the virtual and augmented reality technologies into an already existing product. rnWith the help of the factory plugins and samples, ApertusVR could boost up the creation of a minimum viable product from scratch.