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Innovative company in Victoria and Oculus Rift drive Virtual Reality foreword.

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Wednesday, July 24th 2013
| 5th Floor, 1312 Blanshard St. Victoria BC Canada V8W 2J1
Read More About: 2d, 3d, ar, space planning


CloverPoint has long been a leading research and development software company, creating 2D and 3D visualizations of the world. They have now acquired two development prototypes of Canada’s first Oculus Rift’s. Oculus Rift is the world’s first, consumer friendly, next-generation completely immersive Virtual Reality headset.

Oculus Rift came to fame as a Kickstarter project in 2012 and was bootstrapped as a pair of ski goggles with a screen hacked together in a garage. CloverPoint visualizations take the hardware technology beyond its intended use for gaming and into the realm of Security, Architecture, Mapping and Planning.

“It will change the way we see our future” says Karl Swannie, CTO at CloverPoint. CloverPoint is a leading international developer of 2D&3D spatial software, based in Victoria. BC.

For more information, please view Chek News coverage of CloverPoint’s Open House: http://bit.ly/138SaDj

Contact: Harold Christian, Solutions Advisor hchristian@cloverpoint.com CloverPoint 5th Floor, 1312 Blanshard Street Victoria, BC V8W 2J1 TEL 1-250-384-3537 TF 1.888.457.2724

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