26 Jul Virtual Reality Startups Focus on Creating Rich Content – As Published In The Economic Times
The whole world is actively participating in the charm of Virtual Reality. The Virtual Reality content has been gaining a lot of popularity and the users of such carefully crafted, rich content are abundantly enjoying all the fun that’s involved in Virtual Reality.
Absentia, a startup that’s famously known for developing a Virtual Reality head mount device called Tesseract, is one of the portfolio companies of 50K Ventures. On the 26th of July, The Economic Times, a leading newspaper has published an interesting piece on how Absentia and other deep domain startups are creating a space for themselves in the current market. Absentia has always focussed on content and now, it has been building content production or aggregation services as brand interest in integrating VR tech picks up. Absentia also aims to explore content production space.
We truly love how Absentia has been shaping itself and we are absolutely confident that it will provide the world with top class and exciting VR content and hardware.
50K Ventures is looking forward to meeting more startups that are creating and building amazing products in the deep domain arena.
To read the full article, go here: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/small-biz/startups/content-creation-for-brands-becomes-a-big-hit-with-virtual-reality-startups/articleshow/53389087.cms