Alex Hern is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Tsunami VR as well as the Founder and Chairman of Mobile Incorporated and Mobile Work. For nearly 15 years, Alex has been an entrepreneur at the forefront of early spin off and incubation technology companies. Lately, he has been focused on the new mobile 5G technology set to roll out in select cities in 2018-2019. Just like 4G revolutionized the way we use our cell phones to browse the internet, 5G technology is set to revolutionize the internet of things.
The Internet Of Things
So far, every ‘G’ has provided users with a more sophisticated mobile browsing experience, but many experts in the telecommunications industry believe 5G will enable things past generations could not. Bold new applications that, at the present moment, are unimaginable are likely to roll out with the event of 5G technology. Although 5G’s focus is primarily concerned with increased speed and deliverability, it’s also focused on enabling what experts term, an Internet of Things. What was once impossible with 4G, will become possible with 5G; trillions of sensors communicating zettabytes of actionable data massively distributed on billions of mobile devices.
5G Will Focus On Virual and Augmented Reality
Another panel at the 5G summit focused on virtual and augmented reality. While attending the summit, Alex Hern made it known that his company, Tsunami VR, aims to “be at the intersection of art and science.” In order to get consumers to use different types of virtual reality platforms, it’s important to provide consumers with a visually appealing platform. One of the primary driving forces behind new virtual reality technology is the medical industry. Surgeons have noted an interest in the uses VR technology may have in surgical training. New VR technologies will make it possible for surgeons to broadcast live surgical training for would be surgeons to get hands on surgical training in way that would have been impossible just a decade ago.
Alex Hern plans to keep Tsunami VR at the forefront of new virtual and augmented reality technologies which, with the advent of 5G, are expected to become even more sophisticated.
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