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April 2017

Let’s meet!

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During the month of May Stereoscape team will again be present at several events and exhibitions around Finland.

We would be happy to meet you at any of the following events:

 

5.5. Jani Leskinen will be present at X Reality Day of Arctic Startup15 at Cable Factory, Helsinki –

9.5. Come and test DAQRI SMART HELMET with Jani Leskinen at VR/AR Hämeenlinna -event at Verkatehdas, Kehräämö, Hämeenlinna

18.5. Come and meet the entire team at Arrow IoT Summit, at Cumulus Resort Airport Congress Center, Vantaa

19.5. Heli Nelimarkka will be one of the speakers of Nordic 3D Expo, at, Energia Areena, Vantaa

30.-31.5. Jani Leskinen will host the Stereoscape booth at Manufacturing Performance Days 2017, at Tampere Hall, Tampere, Finland

 

Please contact us to book a meeting in advance to any of the events above!

JOIN OUR TEAM – Unity Developer

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In Stereoscape we build solutions that transform product communication. From 3D to AR, MR and VR we continue to be thrilled by the power of an immersive, interactive digital environment, and the potential it unlocks for new value creation. Our solutions help people understand more about products, work smarter, and collaborate better to drive sales, efficiencies and direct cost savings for our clients.

We are now seeking a Helsinki-based Unity Developer.

As a Unity developer, you will be able to work on technical aspects of client projects, cooperate with other members of our team to ensure a seamless implementation and delivery of projects. The ideal candidate will need to be flexible and able to apply their skills to work on a wide variety of projects. A quick learner, with excellent problem-solving abilities, you must be able to keep up with the ever-changing software and technology landscape and be at the forefront of the latest innovations.

 

Required Skills:

  • Experience in using Unity3D to build interactive applications or games
  • Good command of C# scripting for Unity
  • Understanding in 3D modelling and animation for real-time render

Advantageous Skills:

  • Experience in using Unity for multiple platforms (Desktop, iOS, Android)
  • Experience with Virtual Reality (HTC Vive, Oculus, Gear VR, Cardboard )
  • Experience with Augmented Reality (Mobile AR, HoloLens)
  • Ability to learn any new required software / device / API / language on the job

 

We offer:
At Stereoscape, you will work in an internationally oriented organisation. You will have a chance to work at the cutting-edge of VR, AR, and interactive 3D visualisation with a team of enthusiasts.

If you would like to know more, please contact or send your application to [email protected]. We will review applications continuously and encourage you to apply as soon as possible.

www.stereoscape.com

Our office is located at Sorvaajankatu 11A, 00880 Helsinki.

DAQRI SMART HELMET – so much more than a helmet

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Recently at a virtual reality industry event I had the pleasure to invite people to test an augmented reality helmet. “Wow” is the word to best describe the feelings at our stand during the event. Wow, coming from the people testing the helmet. And wow, coming from me and my colleague demoing the helmet for six hours without a proper break in order to give as many visitors as possible from the constant queue outside our stand an opportunity to testdrive the device.

What is this magical helmet and why does it create such a fuss even at an industry event packed with cool VR, AR, and MR demos? DAQRI SMART HELMET is a mixed reality hardware integrated with safety helmet and visor. The device differentiates itself from other HMDs (head mounted device) with the actual hard helmet that houses the mixed reality device. So it is a real helmet for people with a real need to protect their head in their duties. Duties, where safety is always an issue and where you work with your hands. So you wear a helmet and want to keep your hands free. Which is why DAQRI offers the protection and has a user interface that is operated with head movements or voice commands; to keep your hands free for the duties on site.

DAQRI SMART HELMET brings mixed reality to any harsh working environment with rugged design and large potential in hardware and software solutions. The fact that the device is purpose-built for industrial environment shows in many ways. The device itself as well as the software are designed from ground up to perform in demanding environments like construction sites, factory floors etc. It also shows in the numerous extra features that the helmet has. DAQRI has mixed reality technology cameras for spatial awareness and holographic displays. Thermal vision, in turn, allows the user to capture infrared pictures and video. In an environment where heat is potential danger – to workers as well as to equipment – it certainly is an important feature.

The remote expert –application in DAQRI allows new kind of communication between the worker on site and a remotely located colleague. Real time video communication through WiFi with helmet user and remotely located colleague allow information to be sent directly to helmet’s view. This way the worker on site with the helmet can get precise assistance to the task at hand.

Stereoscape is the official partner of DAQRI in Finland. There is a lot of new things expected from DAQRI in 2017. So stay tuned to hear the latest, come and meet us at Arrow IoT Summit in Vantaa on 18.5. or just book a visit to our showroom to testdrive DAQRI yourself.

Jani Leskinen,

Key Account Manager

“I want to be part of Arlanda” – Stereoscape’s design sprint workshop in Arlanda

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Stereoscape’s Key Account Manager Jani Leskinen and Producer Rami Salle recently spent a day in Arlanda, Sweden. Commissioned by Swedavia, the Swedish state owned company owning, operating, and developing airports in Sweden, Jani and Rami were leading a one-day design sprint workshop. The mission of the workshop was to define ways to make future development of Arlanda area interesting and visible in a showroom.

Arlanda area will undergo massive development in the coming decades. How to make visible the long-term development that can only be seen after a long time, e.g. how will the area look like in 2020, 2030 or 2050? And yet, how to show the pulse of something new and big happening every day? Together with the participants Jani and Rami were looking into different solutions on how to show it and wow! it to different kinds of visitors. And solutions they found. Good data visualisation can show the everyday happenings in an interesting way. Augmented reality, in turn, can make the long-term development feel and look real in the current environment not just on paper.

“I want to be part of Arlanda”, was defined as the slogan for the showroom. We are looking forward to seeing the slogan come true in a showroom that makes everybody part of the development by making the future of Arlanda visible.

Interested in hearing more about design sprint workshops? Contact us or read more about our design sprint workshops.

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