At this occasion, TIMESCOPE has distinguished itself one more time by winning the contest organized by Numa Paris! Among the finalist start-ups, at the forefront of virtual reality, TIMESCOPE seduced the jury because of its universalist dimension, and its potential in different sectors (tourism, culture, urbanism, real estate…).
“We were very sensitive to the societal aspect of Timescope, that allows the democratization of virtual reality” said Olivier Godest, the founder of Virtuality.
‘We see there a strong potential abroad” he added.
The jury was made of Cédric Pinson : CTO of Sketchfab, Valérie Senghor : deputy director of développement and innovation at the Centquatre (who didn’t take part of the vote at the end in fairness to the other – Timescope was then supported by 104factory), Alban Dumouilla, CTO of NUMA Paris, Olivier Godest : founder of the trade show Virtuality, Jérôme Ruskin : founder and director of the magazine Usbek & Rica.
Virtual reality at the reach of bystanders
TIMESCOPE proposed immersive experiences in self-service, accessible to everyone. Timescope terminals allow its users to discover a place as it was in the past and as it will be in the future.
During the 3 days of the trade show, a Timescope terminal was accessible in self-service, and totalized more than 2000 users, creating enthusiasm among professionals and publics.
Virtuality : a great prize after the SITEM’s one
Last month, for its first participation to the SITEM, the International trade show for Museums, cultural places and tourism, TIMESCOPE had already won the contest dedicated to cultural and touristic innovations. After the culture professionals, this is the turn of the virtual reality pro professionals to recognize Timescope pertinence to put virtual reality at the reach of everyone.