Mojo Vision looks like it would fit right at home in a futuristic story. AR holograms made possible by advanced contact lenses is right out of science fiction but are possibly a very near reality. Since they were chosen as by the 2021 Walt Disney Accelerator Program this certainly means the product has merit and also could be something that changes how the world interacts with data in the future.
Inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci's Virtruvian Man. this full body rig has a range of motion that nearly another setup can match. Using industrial parts and full 360 degrees of movement for your body you can experience levels of immersion that are not possible using other equipment, especially flight.
More than a few XR training companies have come along (we featured several geared toward law enforcement back in issue 51) but have not come across any with the breadth of content and scenarios across industries as PIXO VR. Treating training as storied scenarios is possibly the most successful way to ensure retention, and we're hoping to reach them in the new year to help show a bit more of why we find them so impressive.
VR for performance training hasn't caught on, partly due to closures and lack of facilities. Unifying haptics, motion capture, temperature control, biometrics, and other features to deeply immerse the wearer's senses in any scenario. We were hoping to see more about this suit but understandably there probably were not a lot of people using it this year. We're going to reach out and see if there is an opportunity to learn a bit more to share.