Blockchain VR Network Set to reign

Live Planet, Inc. announced on 08 August the upcoming launch of its Blockchain Virtual Reality (VR) Network (BVRN), the first VR network built for the blockchain industry.

Live Planet started by informing that the Network would feature in-depth and engaging VR programming from top blockchain leaders. Such bodies include Bad Crypto Podcast, Crypto Trader, Boxmining, BLOCKTV, and CoinCentral.com. Live Planet sustained by adding that the content was shot with the Live Planet VR System,  advanced system for immersive video. In addition, this was the first application using VideoCoin Network technology.

Live Planet elaborated on the details of the offer as – 

“The Blockchain VR Network combines two of today’s most consequential and disruptive technologies: blockchain and VR. Content partners will utilize the revolutionary end-to-end Live Planet VR System to stream their podcasts and videocasts in crystal-clear 360 stereoscopic video, either live or recorded. The Network is currently available for streaming on immersive video outlets including Samsung VR, Oculus, Daydream, on the web at LivePlanet.live and YouTube.”

Live Planet conveyed that it had partnered with some of the most highly-regarded crypto and blockchain personalities. Such luminaries boasted a combined global audience of half a million blockchain enthusiasts. Joel Comm, Co-Host at Bad Crypto Podcast cited that this was an opportunity to disrupt how listeners learn about blockchain and experience the podcast. He expressed enthusiasm to bring a podcast into the realm of virtual reality.

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Live Planet further added that for content creators, the Blockchain VR Network was an opportunity to demonstrate innovation, using cutting-edge immersive media technologies. This was in a bid to engage new and existing audiences at a more intimate level. Live Planet clarified that for viewers, the network provided an effective, exciting immersive experience of all things blockchain.

IBM announced that it would support the customer experience of Lenovo’s Data Center Group with cognitive and blockchain-powered service solutions. When a customer engages with an agent for Lenovo’s storage, server or networking services, IBM’s virtual assistant takes over. The agent uses its virtual intelligence to personalize the conversation. Finally, the right questions and solution advice would be delivered.

Live Planet wrapped up informing that it develops media-technology infrastructural technologies to transform the world of media. Live Planet’s endeavors include The VideoCoin Network and the Live Planet VR System. The VR system is an end-to-end solution for easily creating and delivering live seamless stereoscopic VR video programming cum applications.