PRESIDENT REUVEN RIVLIN, former president Shimon Peres, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu don virtual reality goggles at the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation in Jaffa.
(photo credit: REUTERS)
Senior figures from the technology software company EON Reality are arriving in Israel next week to examine new possibilities in tourism and antiquities conservation education.
EON Reality is the world leader in virtual and augmented reality-based knowledge transfer for industry, education, and "edutainment."
According to a company statement, EON Reality's guiding principle is that "knowledge is a human right," and their goal is "to make knowledge available, affordable, and accessible for every human on the planet."
To do this, EON Reality is "creating the next generation of virtual and augmented reality tools to increase the world’s knowledge transfer capabilities."
The company has development centers in several continents, with partnerships with over 50 different governments and 400 academic institutions worldwide.
EON also possesses one of the largest libraries of 3-D content in the world, with over 40 million viewers.
Members of the EON Reality team coming to visit Israel on April 3 and 4 include Chairmen Dan Lejerskar, President and CEO Mats Johansson, Vice President Rick Fray and Business Development Director for European Operations Pierre-Julien Barraud.
For additional information about the company, please visit their website here: https://www.eonreality.com/