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Possible Reality can take a 2D picture of your face and turn it into a 3D avatar inside a video game or virtual world. It’s for people who want to identify with video game characters in a much more personal way.
Lots of companies have tried to do this before, with varying degrees of success. But Possible Reality believes the time has come for its Intract technology because of the company’s unique approach to the problem.
The Los Angeles company was started in 2018 by Ryan Isbell and he was later joined by lead developer Levon Ravel. They described themselves as passionate developers and dedicated themselves to the mission of putting gamers in the game. Not just by playing as a video game character. But by being a video game character. The tech is now available for alpha testing. The company is offering trials to developers so they can easily integrate it into their games via an application programming interface (API).
“Our goal was to make it easy for both developers and gamers to add their faces inside of video games,” Isbell said in an interview with GamesBeat. “There is competition, but they focus on proprietary avatar models and …
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