The International Mixed Reality Standards Association (IMRSA) is open to all organizations

IRVINE, Calif., August 9, 2022 /CNW/ – Established by leaders in XR industry and government, the International Mixed Reality Standards Association (IMRSA) is now making its corporate standards free and accessible to all businesses and individuals implementing implements Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR) and Virtual Reality (VR). Membership is free at Please register and register at Welcome to IMRSA: The Public Debut Webinar on Wednesday August 17.

IMRSA’s mission is to establish and share technical standards for extended reality. A grassroots organization created in 2014 by early adopters, IMRSA seeks to help businesses implement XR faster, more cost-effectively, and with reduced risk. IMRSA standards are based on actual enterprise XR implementations.

IMRSA standards address the XR project lifecycle, from acquisition to production, and in the context of Industry 4.0 and digital transformation. Advisory board members include the United States Coast Guard, Lockheed Martin, Arctos, AVATAR Partners, Vertice Medtech Group, and simpleAR.

Who is IMRSA for?

IMRSA is aimed at businesses implementing XR, government agencies adopting XR, educational institutions, software engineering firms, digital transformation and XR consulting firms, and industry standards associations.

Sectors supported

IMRSA supports aerospace, automotive, construction, education, government and public sector, healthcare, manufacturing, military and defense, energy, technology and transportation.

Webinar: Welcome to IMRSA – Public Beginnings

Join us on August 17, 2022at 12:00 PM PST for the public debut webinar, where we will cover the following:

  • Benefits of Membership
  • The IMRSA Feature Matrix
  • IMRSA Free Sample Project
  • The XR spectrum: what you need to know
  • The Benefits of IMRSA Compliance

To register:

To become an IMRSA member:

For more information, contact [email protected]

SOURCE International Mixed Reality Standards Association

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