Soulvu is the closest thing to teleportation. Well, sort of - we're kidding. We Ensoul were at Google VR Workshop held in London on February 2016 and somebody pointed out a huge slide behind us: it was a photogram of “Arrival of a train at La Ciotat“, the first movie shot by Lumiére Brothers back in 1895 and he said “speaking of VR, today we’re here”. Soulvu is a simple, one-purpose product built with simple tasks in mind – as simple as the technology is used today to watch it.
Soulvu is built with large scale, popular market in mind. It is built for devices as cheap as 20$ in mind instead of expensive, nerd-exclusive VR market. It is made to build quick, realistic, browser-based sketches of 3D environments instead of overly realistic representations. It is made with smartphones in mind, for cheap 360 cameras, and made to live on the web. It is not really virtual reality as much as Virtual Reality ready stereoscopic content. This is what makes Soulvu kind of unique, as of now.