Datavized Technologies, Inc. is a New York City-based startup focused on data-driven publishing for the 3D Web.
Leaders in WebVR, the company is building a platform to enable users to easily create and share immersive narratives using 3D content.
While designed primarily for VR and AR, Datavized’s software is built to run on any connected device from desktop to phone to tablet, so that the experience can be accessed and shared by a broad user base.
Our WebVR technology is built from the ground up to utilize VR as the first affordable 3D display.
Easily publish immersive VR as a Web page, share as a Tweet or embed as an iFrame.
Datavized is currently participating in the FirstGrowthVC Accelerator program (9th Vintage, 2016/2017).
Chief Executive Officer
- Innovator in imaging and technology (Yale nano-science residency)
- Previously ran award-winning production studio with creative and coding teams
Chief Strategy Officer
- Expert in Big Data and strategy (Lecturer at The New School)
- Previously ran marketing consultancy, helping clients like Vimeo launch products
Chief Technology Officer
- 24 years coding experience for web (Knight Foundation Technology Fellow)
- Recognized by developer community for WebVR Starter Kit and Seriously.js
The experience runs seamlessly with an internet connection and can be viewed in 2D & 360° on desktop, mobile and tablet or in fully immersive 3D environments in VR with head mounted displays like the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Samsung Gear VR, Google Daydream and Cardboard.
WebVR is the next frontier in 3D web graphics and immersive visualization, an advanced personal computing platform. Right now you can view any 3D model or 3D scene on the Web and in Virtual Reality using a WebVR-enabled browser and any VR headset.
How to Experience WebVR
- Open any WebGL-enabled browser
- Click the VR button (Cardboard Icon)
- Place your device in a mobile VR viewer
- To view in Gear VR, enable WebVR in Samsung Internet
- The WebVR API is currently available in experimental builds
- Use Firefox Nightly or Chromium
- Click the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift button to view in VR