Ever wanted to travel to Cebu but the constant lockdowns keep hampering your plans?
Worry no more because a local startup company has been employing Virtual Reality (VR) technology to provide a 360° view of the famous beaches and tourist attractions in the province.
Mataverse, a startup corporation that specializes in the application of VR and 360° Media in business, creates solutions in different business areas to address challenges in the marketing landscape.
Through the Technology Innovation for Commercialization (TECHNICOM) Program of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Mataverse optimized its VR kit, which includes a web-based Virtual Tour builder and Mobile Virtual Tour Application, to jumpstart the enterprise VR ecosystem in the Philippines and bring Filipino innovation to the global technology landscape.
Mataverse combined both its technological expertise and deep understanding of the market, especially MSMEs, and enable them to control, promote, and customize VR to fit their business endeavors.
The mobile development platform allows for a more feasible symbiosis between the use of VR in the enterprise industry and the mass consumer market.
Mataverse is a startup endorsed by the DOST Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development for funding by the Technology Applications and Promotions Institute – Technology Innovation for Commercialization project.
DOST PCIEERD Executive Director Dr. Enrico C. Paringit encouraged citizens to avail of the services of Mataverse and see the world in the new normal.
“May Mataverse may serve as an inspiration for us to pursue more collaborations with startups who will lead the future of innovation in the country. Solutions and opportunities await for innovative startups who would like to thrive in the new normal and DOST PCIEERD is here to guide them,” he said.