Brogent Technologies Inc. has created a 5G cloud computing-based dynamic simulation VR gaming system and set it up at the Kaohsiung Software Technology Park in southern Taiwan. The system was developed with help from a 5G cloud computing R&D team under the government-sponsored Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI).
Brogent has been committed to software and hardware R&D in the simulation technology industry for many years. The company has a global market share of over 85% in the flying theater market and has set up nearly 40 flying theaters in theme parks and sight-seeing venues around the world. Brogent is also in the process of setting up another 40 flying theaters as well as other amusement rides. The goal is to reach a total of 100 rides by 2023. Brogent has used its knowledge and expertise from its flying theater to miniaturize the ride into a personalized simulator. The company has created a personalized racing simulator, flight simulator, and VR cinema. Now through the application of 5G, mobility and content quality have been greatly improved. It is a brand new chapter for immersive simulation technology.
Brogent‘s racing simulators are on tour from now until January 31st, 2021. The first stop will be at Taroko Park in Kaohsiung on September 21st 2020. Also, to celebrate the opening of the Brogent 5G VR e-Sports Gaming Center, visitors who have purchased tickets for i-Ride Kaohsiung will have a special price for the gaming center experience. Everyone is welcome to enjoy a splendid futuristic experience with Brogent.