TPO Roofing, a Denver-based company that makes VR-ready roofs, is unveiling a new product Thursday that it says can help people feel more comfortable when they’re in the dark, in extreme weather or in crowded environments.
In an effort to make their products more appealing to people who might not be familiar with VR headsets, TPO has teamed up with a Canadian firm called Oculus VR to create a new roofing product called TPO-VR.
“There’s been a lot of research around VR, and we wanted to build products that people can feel comfortable with,” said TPO founder and CEO Paul Gautier.
“We think people want to feel safer in the world.
And for the most part, we’re seeing the world getting a little bit safer, so we wanted a product that made that even more important.”
Gautier said the product has been developed using data from a number of studies on VR and has been approved for use in the U.S. as of Monday.
“The first thing you want to do is look at your surroundings.
And that’s something we’re doing right now with our VR experiences,” he said.
Gautiers company was founded in 2010 and now employs about 20 people in the Denver-area.
“I’m sure many of us who work here at TPO are very tech-savvy,” Gautiers said.
“Our team is focused on what we call ‘the real world,’ and what we are trying to do right now is to build experiences that make people feel safer.”TPO’s product will allow people to wear their own VR-equipped VR headset and use a camera to take a picture of their surroundings.
“A few years ago, I started doing research on VR, because I wanted to do a really big VR project, and so I decided I wanted a VR-capable roof, and that was the first thing I did,” Gauts said.
When asked how he felt about people saying they feel safer when wearing VR, Gauters said he was impressed.
“That’s great, because if it is that safe, then people will buy a lot more of these products,” he explained.
“And you know what?
It’s not just the people who are buying them.
There are a lot less of those people who can’t afford to buy one.
And they’re going to have to buy the others.”
A lot of people will probably buy more than one product.
And if they are not going to buy a product, they are going to need to buy more, and more expensive products.
“Tpo says its product, called the ‘Video Roof,’ is the first VR-compatible roof.
It’s available in two sizes, and the company says it can be used indoors or outdoors.”
Gaultier said his company has been working with Oculus VR since 2014, and they have been in touch with TPO since their first VR experience.””
You’re really looking at the world in the same way you would with any kind of other product, but this is a really good product.”
Gaultier said his company has been working with Oculus VR since 2014, and they have been in touch with TPO since their first VR experience.
“They’re very good partners, and really understanding how VR is going to play out in the future, and where they’re at with what they’re doing,” he added.TPO CEO Paul R. Gautero says the company is working with the U:S.
to make its VR roof product more accessible for the public.(CBC News: Josh Doyon)Gautero said he’s confident that the VR roof will be a hit with the public, even though it’s not an exact match for a real roof.
“It’s definitely a product we think is going do well.
It’s a product people will be able to wear and be comfortable with.
I’m very confident that it’s going to be a big hit with people,” he stated.”
This is a very exciting time for VR and it’s exciting that people are trying it.
And it’s a great product that people will like.”
Gauts co-founder and CEO said his team is now focused on making sure the product is ready to roll out nationwide.
“For us to be able bring that product to consumers, it’s just been very difficult because we were working on it for almost six years and we weren’t able to get it done.
But we’re going into a phase now where we’re able to make the product ready to go,” he revealed.
Gauts hopes to have the product on the market before the end of the year.TPo has been a leader in the space of VR roofing.
In 2017, the company launched its first VR roof that offered 360 degrees of virtual reality.
“In 2017 we built a product for the virtual reality environment