Fabrizio Cardinali, CEO of Giunti Labs, will reveal the preliminary results of the Interactive Realtime Multimedia Applications on Service Oriented Infrastructures (IRMOS) Project at the 'Immersive Education Summit' - being held at the London School of Economics in London this week.
The IRMOS Project is a 36 month, 12.9m Euro project awarded by the European Commission to a Consortium of 13 leading European organisations. The project aims to develop 'real-time' interaction between people and applications over a service oriented infrastructure (SOI), where processing, storage and networking need to be combined and delivered with guaranteed levels of service.
Within the scope of the IRMOS Project, Giunti Labs is developing one of the user
scenarios for Interactive Real-time Location Based Learning, integrating its Harvestroad Hive Digital Repository and learn eXact Mobile Learning technologies with the Project Wonderland
and Project Darkstar
Worlds and collaboration platforms, running on top of the IRMOS
Very cool stuff and the beginning of our latest new strategic business partnership in Immersion