You might be thinking, “But how does this technology work?”
Well, this technology is called a Sphere, and it’s not something that anyone will be making a big deal about.
“It’s really not something you’ll see being marketed at the time of your purchase,” says Andrew, a senior software developer with a technology company in the UK.
Andrew explains that most people will see it in the form of a spherical video camera, but he and his co-workers at a UK-based software company called Spherical Interactive have a different idea.
“We really wanted to get into spherical technology,” says Andy, who’s also the CEO of Spherical Digital.
“There’s a lot of great applications for spherical technology, but it’s just not being made.”
For Andrew and Andy, it was the combination of technology and storytelling that got them thinking about the technology.
They’ve been working on the idea for over a year, and when they released their first demo at the International CES in Las Vegas last year, it immediately sparked interest in the sphere technology.
“I’m pretty sure the first time you see something like this in the marketplace, it’s because you’ve just seen a commercial for it,” says John.
Spherical Video games are a popular type of gaming for home entertainment, and Spherical’s video demos have been shown at events such as CES and Gamescom.
They’re all designed to be immersive experiences, where you’re not looking at a computer screen or watching a game.
However, the demos aren’t perfect, and there are some caveats.
The demos can only be viewed for 15 minutes at a time, so you’ll need to wait for them to load before you can enjoy them.
And there’s a big downside to this.
When the demos are completed, the sphere can be removed, which can be frustrating.
“You want to be able to play with it for the duration of your demo and then take it off, and then you have to relaunch it,” explains Andrew.
Spheric Interactive, however, has managed to overcome these limitations with the Sphere VR technology.
Spheres are attached to the computer screen and you’ll be able use them to create 360-degree video games.
They also have a built-in camera, which allows them to take video from anywhere in the room.
But the most important part of the demo is how the spheres can be used to create interactive video games, and that’s where Spherical gets its inspiration.
“One of the main reasons that we’ve been making these demos is to create this world that you can walk around in, that is not something to be looked at,” explains Andy.
“Because the spheres are going to be embedded in the walls and floors, and you’re going to have the opportunity to interact with it.”
This is where the idea of the SphereVR comes into play.
When you walk around your home, you can use the spheres to create games, with interactive elements, that you interact with in a virtual environment.
This means that your sphere will be connected to the video screen, allowing you to move around inside it, interact with objects and use the cameras that the spheres come with.
But that’s not the only thing that you’ll interact with within the sphere.
Sphingolabs can also have audio, motion tracking and voice recognition capabilities, allowing users to control your sphere.
It’s all designed with video in mind, so the demos will all be set up with video playing on top of the sphere, and the demos can be paused or resumed with your video playing automatically.
The demo you’re about to watch, called “Spherical” and based on a Spherical demo, shows how you can interact with a sphere in the virtual world.
You can use your sphere to play video games with the cameras attached to it.
In this demo, you’ll walk around the house, use your camera to take pictures and interact with the objects in the environment.
When that’s done, the camera will go back into the sphere and you can resume the game.
You’ll be watching a demo that you have access to, but you won’t be able interact with any of the other spheres, because the sphere will remain at the center of the room and will remain static.
“The spheres are really good at allowing us to interact and explore,” says Ian.
“They’re really good in allowing us the opportunity and freedom to explore and see how the spaces are laid out.”
Spherical can be set to start automatically at night and will continue to function in the morning.
The spheres also offer a way for users to interact in other areas of the house.
“With Spherical, you have control over the cameras, you’ve got control over whether or not you can turn the lights on, you know, if you want to go outside,” says Alex, a software developer who also works at Spherical.
“But the big thing is