iSee VC Pty Limited has its origins in the joint Industry/Australian Government funded Smart Services Cooperative Research Centre. The Smart Services CRC was tasked with developing new and innovative technologies for the global professional services sector. A key focus was improving the ability for people to collaborate, learn, create and develop trusted networks across the world.
As part of the CRC a research group under Prof. Farzad Safaei investigated how advances in the multiplayer game sector could be used to overcome the limitations of conventional video conferencing for solve the 'many to many' problem in video communication. The 'many to many' problem is the limitation of conventional video conferencing to a occurs when more than one person wdeveloped a range of new ways to use positional information in 3D games to control the distribution and quality of video streams. This became the basis of a new scalable Augmented Virtuality technology or 'spatial video' that brings advances in multiplayer game tech to the world of productivity and collaboration.
In 2014 iSee VC Pty Limited was created to bring the ground breaking technology developed in the Smart Services CRC to the world. iSee VC Pty Limited owns all of the intellectual property developed by the CRC for spatial video and is focused on the task of bringing the next generation of real time collaboration products to the enterprise customers.