Are you ready to explore the depths of the ocean in a whole new way? With Ballast Technologies’ latest patent, you may soon be able to do just that!
The patent, titled “Coordination of Water-Related Experiences with Virtual Reality Content,” US11714483B2, is all about bringing mixed reality (MR) and virtual reality (VR) experiences to the depths of the sea. It involves providing users with a headset and special-effects device in order to create a simulated world or experience with which they can interact.
The headset used for the experience is waterproof, meaning that users can explore and experience the underwater world while partially or fully submerged. This opens up a whole new world of possibilities. Imagine being able to explore a coral reef or an ancient shipwreck in a way that you could never experience in real life.
Not only does this patent provide an immersive experience underwater, but it also allows users to select and customize their experience. By reading a storage medium, like an NFC card, users can choose the experience they want to have. This technology could be used to create interactive experiences for virtual scuba diving, snorkeling, or any other underwater activity.
What’s more, the patent also calls for the use of audio and visual effects to enhance the experience. These effects could be used to create thunderstorms, earthquakes, and other natural phenomena. By combining the headset with the special-effects device, users will be able to feel like they are really part of the underwater world.
This patent could have a wide range of applications, from entertainment and leisure activities to educational and scientific uses. It could be used to create interactive experiences at aquariums or to explore underwater ecosystems. It could also be used to simulate deep-sea exploration or to help scientists better understand the ocean floor.
The technology behind this patent could revolutionize the way people experience the underwater world. However, it is important to note that this is a patent, and there is no guarantee that it will ever come to fruition. Still, it is exciting to think about the possibilities that this technology could bring.
All in all, Ballast Technologies’ patent for creating immersive VR and MR experiences underwater could open up a world of possibilities. Whether it is used for entertainment, education, or exploration, this technology could truly revolutionize the way people experience and interact with the underwater world.