Platforms

Varjo Unveils Teleport

Michael Rubloff

Michael Rubloff

Jun 18, 2024

Email
Copy Link
Twitter
Linkedin
Reddit
Whatsapp
Varjo Teleport
Varjo Teleport

Varjo, renowned for its industrial-grade VR/XR solutions, has announced the launch of Teleport, a new capture and viewing service that uses 3DGS to display hyper real moments in time in VR.

Teleport enables users to rapidly generate photorealistic 3D scans of real-world locations using an iPhone, making these scans viewable on a range of devices including PCs and VR headsets.

The traditional creation of XR experiences has been a resource-intensive process, often requiring advanced skills. This process could take weeks or even months to complete. Teleport by Varjo simplifies this by allowing anyone, regardless of technical expertise, to create high-resolution 3D models. All that is needed is a smartphone to scan the desired environment.

Teleport is currently being rolled out slowly and sign ups are available through a waitlist on Varjo's site. A larger public rollout will be coming later this year.

Despite Varjo being a hardware manufacturer, they're opening Teleport to the general public across various virtual reality devices, including Meta's Quest and other major PCVR headsets.

For the best viewing experience, they recommend using the following devices:

  • Varjo XR-4

  • Varjo XR-3 & VR-3

  • Varjo Aero

  • Meta Quest 2 (via Quest Link)

  • Meta Quest 3 (via Quest Link)

  • OpenXR-compatible headsets (Valve Index, HTC Vive, PICO)

Additionally, they recommend using a GPU with 8GB or more of VRAM, though they say it will also work on Macs. There's no word yet on frame rates, but captures will be able to shared, either publicly or privately.

For those at AWE this week, Varjo will be demonstrating Teleport. Be sure to stop by and check it out!

While Varjo begins to roll out access to Teleport, VR platform Gracia continues to be available right now through the Steam and Sidequest stores.

Featured

Featured

Featured

Platforms

splatviz: Interactive 3DGS Viewer and Python Editor

splatviz, an innovative interactive viewer available on GitHub offers real-time editing and visualization capabilities using a native Python GUI library.

Michael Rubloff

Jul 17, 2024

Platforms

splatviz: Interactive 3DGS Viewer and Python Editor

splatviz, an innovative interactive viewer available on GitHub offers real-time editing and visualization capabilities using a native Python GUI library.

Michael Rubloff

Jul 17, 2024

Platforms

splatviz: Interactive 3DGS Viewer and Python Editor

splatviz, an innovative interactive viewer available on GitHub offers real-time editing and visualization capabilities using a native Python GUI library.

Michael Rubloff

News

Amazon Prime Day Sales

Amazon Prime Day is here and with it are some deals that will help you train more NeRFs/3D Gaussian Splatting captures!

Michael Rubloff

Jul 16, 2024

News

Amazon Prime Day Sales

Amazon Prime Day is here and with it are some deals that will help you train more NeRFs/3D Gaussian Splatting captures!

Michael Rubloff

Jul 16, 2024

News

Amazon Prime Day Sales

Amazon Prime Day is here and with it are some deals that will help you train more NeRFs/3D Gaussian Splatting captures!

Michael Rubloff

Platforms

Three.js-based implemetation, GaussianSplats3D adds 2DGS Support

The Three.js-based implementation of Gaussian Splatting has officially added 2DGS support in v0.4.3.

Michael Rubloff

Jul 16, 2024

Platforms

Three.js-based implemetation, GaussianSplats3D adds 2DGS Support

The Three.js-based implementation of Gaussian Splatting has officially added 2DGS support in v0.4.3.

Michael Rubloff

Jul 16, 2024

Platforms

Three.js-based implemetation, GaussianSplats3D adds 2DGS Support

The Three.js-based implementation of Gaussian Splatting has officially added 2DGS support in v0.4.3.

Michael Rubloff

Research

3D Gaussian Ray Tracing

Today, things are taking an exciting step forward with the introduction of 3D Gaussian Ray Tracing (3DGRT).

Michael Rubloff

Jul 10, 2024

Research

3D Gaussian Ray Tracing

Today, things are taking an exciting step forward with the introduction of 3D Gaussian Ray Tracing (3DGRT).

Michael Rubloff

Jul 10, 2024

Research

3D Gaussian Ray Tracing

Today, things are taking an exciting step forward with the introduction of 3D Gaussian Ray Tracing (3DGRT).

Michael Rubloff