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Cardboard_Phone3The team at Zeality is justifiably overzealous with excitement about the company’s new offering, what it calls an “industry’s first.”

Zeality is touted as being a groundbreaking immersive Media platform designed to bridge the gap between VR content, social engagement, and commerce. And now the company has just introduced a new virtual reality, 360 Video platform, called the Immersive Media Engine, or IME.

“The next generation of mobile virtual reality applications is complex, with extreme constraints and challenging requirements that must be met in order for the application to be truly immersive,” the company says, noting further that the new IME can help media driven organizations easily integrate Immersive Media (which includes VR, 360° photos and videos) experiences into their own iOS and Android applications.

To pull it off, Zeality leverages strong strategic partnerships with production companies, tech corporations, infrastructure organizations, and more, “to create multi-directional engagement with a variety of audiences through these experiences. Our customers include innovative brands like the San Francisco 49ers, San Jose Sharks, Reebok and others, who are all working to deliver on the promise of immersive media.”

Best of all, we’re told that the Immersive Media Engine is available now through Zeality.

“Immersive Media represents a new paradigm for how we interact with the world, and we’re excited to help media driven companies and developers efficiently deliver compelling and high-quality experiences on their applications,” stated Dipak M. Patel, co-founder and CEO at Zeality.

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