While AT & T continues to showcase the strength of its 5G technology in the US with the Magic Leap One, another big mobile phone company in the UK is doing the fashion world.
At London Fashion Week This Month British wireless company Three presented itself with designers to present one of the first fashion runway shows, powered by image data transmitted through the 5G network and the Magic Leap One were improved.
The event featured the clothes of up-and-coming fashion designer Gerrit Jacob, whose catwalk show was framed by augmented reality images seen by viewers using Magic Leap One.
Presented at the Central Saint Martins Art School in London, film star Andrew Garfield ( The Amazing Spider-Man and The Social Network ) were among the 1
Of course, it's always complicated to make a magic jump an experience without the headset, but Three has released part of the experience developed by Immersive Content Studio Rewind on Instagram.
"We had a multi-user experience with low latency and a consistent connection was essential – every headset and the video feeds to the event screens had to be in sync – 5G was essential to keep that up to date", said Greg Furber, Senior Creative Director at Rewind, to Next Reality.
"The biggest challenge was to make sure the show was currently running with the models. To make this possible, the mixed-reality experience was split into sections and animation loops made by the Rewind Mixed Reality Showrunner, who was responsible for keeping the Mixed Reality layer in line with the Runway show We had to create a custom control app that provided the experience from the gallery. "