D6 VR: The Future of Data Analysis, Visualization and Presentation

D6 VR takes data analysis to a new level, providing tools for multi-dimensional data visualization, while facilitating collaboration and presentation in Virtual and Augmented Reality.

 

D6 Visualizations: Multi Dimensional Data Visualization

Visualize and manipulate complex data in 3D space, deriving insights that are faster, more powerful, and more memorable. Instantly turn multi-variable data-sets into intuitive, immersive displays.

D6 Connection: Collaborate and Present in VR and AR

Collaborate and present in the virtual world. Share virtual workspaces with clients and colleagues around the globe, presenting multi-dimensional data visualizations in both Virtual and Augmented Reality.

D6 Hyperdesk: The Desktop of the Future

Free yourself from the limits of a physical workspace with D6 VR’s “HyperDesk”. Move between multiple customizable “Data Rooms”, with unlimited virtual monitor space, and integration of both traditional keyboard/mouse and hand gesture inputs.

D6 VR is Working With Universities

 

       Our Team

                   Andy Maggio

          Founder and General Manager

Andy Maggio is a former Morgan Stanley executive, with fifteen years of experience with data intensive capital markets analysis. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and has a Masters Degree in Economics. Andy graduated from Notre Dame in 2003.

               Brennan McTernan

            Founder and Technical Lead

Brennan has more than 30 years working with VR and AR software.  Brennan became involved in VR in the 90s, as an integral part of the team on an early exploration of VR by Disney for their “Ride the Comix”.  He has two Emmys for his work on NBC’s Olympics Coverage.

 

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