Huffington Post Acquires RYOT Technologies Virtual Reality




Huffington Post HuffingtonPost company announced Wednesday the acquisition of RYOT specialized in the field of virtual reality company, in an effort to use the latest interactive tools to provide content to the public.

The company also announced the creation of a new company will be charged Havbust Reut HuffPost RYOT name, which will provide video clips of new experiences completely default Kallowaqa, full movies and videos in 360 degrees.

On this occasion, Arianna Huffington said, the global website for news and blogs Foundation: “Since the first day of the site, we committed ourselves in the Huffington Post using all the tools available to us to publish the most important and interesting news of our time.”

She said Huffington, who founded the site in 2005: “Over the years, during which time we used the latest technology and technological platforms available, innovative new ways to connect with the growing audience all over the world, and the most important was to attract a new audience.

Huffington confirmed in a publication on the site that the virtual reality and video clips 360 is very effective techniques, “This is what will tell him of any person has the experience of these techniques before.”

Huffington noted that the RYOT company, founded in 2012, has all the necessary for the manufacture of these technologies and technical expertise. She said that the real reason behind the merger with RYOT not desire to have the latest technology for entertainment, but their commitment to using the most advanced technology for the purpose of more importance.

Under the acquisition, Moser said Brin, co-founder RYOT’s, said the company will continue making documentaries, and it will default to reality and augmented reality what is known as mixed reality and beyond to serve the press and video journalism.

He added: “We will work to arm citizens, activists and journalists with iPhone and GoPro cameras for them to pave the way towards a new generation of content industry where every thought to make the difference.”


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