Charles River Analytics Inc., developer of intelligent systems solutions, recently released our Virtuoso Software Development Kit (VSDK). VSDK is a Unity-based extended reality (XR) SDK that lets developers quickly and consistently build XR experiences.
Unity-based software development kit (SDK) for rapid Extended Reality (XR) simulation development, open-source and available for download on GitHub
Historically, developing for XR is explicably specialized, time-consuming, and expensive, requiring the dedicated development of custom assets, scenarios, and interaction methods by niche development talent. These issues are exacerbated by the landscape of new input devices and systems coming on the market, which require developers to redo time-consuming work to design and develop interaction systems for each new device.
Our VSDK provides both novice and seasoned developers the tools and systems they need to integrate a wide variety of XR devices and peripherals (hardware interoperability), support naturalistic user interactions, and implement time- and event-driven behavior into their experiences. Originally funded by the US Army to develop virtual-reality training for combat medics, VSDK can be used to rapidly prototype and deploy any immersive XR experience, ranging from games, to training simulations, to experimental research trials.
Contact us learn more about VSDK and our other Mixed Reality / Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality capabilities.
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Learn more about VSDK at the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC 2019)—the world’s largest modeling, simulation, and training event—from Dec. 2-6 in Orlando, FL.
At Charles River Analytics, our deep understanding of intelligent adaptive training and AR/VR solutions results from cutting-edge AI, robotics, and human-machine interface R&D. We create custom solutions for your organization’s toughest challenges and we turn research into results.
VSDK files and documentation are available at Github.
This material is based upon work supported by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory Human Research Engineering Directorate (HRED) – Advanced Training and Simulation Division (ATSD) and the Army Contracting Command (ACC)-Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG)-Research Triangle Park Division (ACC-APG-RTP), Orlando Branch under Contract No. W911NF-16-C-0011. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the ATSD.