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The Case for Inflight Extended Reality (Metaverse)

Unleashing the capability to cater to billions of passengers through infrastructure XR technology.


Inflight VR: Top Experts in Travel XR (Extended Reality) with Key Intellectual Property


The global transition from Web 2.0 to the Metaverse/XR is underway.

Pivotal Technologies

Key technologies defining XR & Metaverse are currently in development.

Mission Critical

Enabling XR & the Metaverse in airplanes is crucial for big tech.

Specialized Aviation Rules

Airplane cabins operate under unique regulations.

Gatekeeper Technology

The Inflight VR intellectual property is key & readily available.

Usecase Ownership

Control one of the most important parts of the Metaverse that is not yet claimed.


Key IP & Gatekeeper Technology

The core technology/IP is based on years of research, collaborations, and unique aviation-specific knowledge.


Patent Family 1: Safeguards a VR system’s management of external notifications, providing adaptable control based on severity.

  • Management of External Notifications: The system efficiently manages notifications received from external sources, such as airplane cabin notifications, within a multi-application VR apparatus.

  • Adaptability to Various Notifications: The system is capable of adapting to a variety of notifications, suggesting flexibility in handling different types of alerts or messages.

  • Control of VR System: It allows for the control of the VR system based on the severity of the notification. This could involve different levels of response, such as displaying immersive warnings within the application or completely shutting down the system if necessary.

    Overall, the patent protects a system that integrates external notifications into a VR environment and provides mechanisms for managing and responding to these notifications effectively.


Patent Family 2: Safeguards VR users and nearby individuals in constrained spaces, maximizing immersion and comfort while ensuring safety.

  • Injury Protection in Constrained Spaces: The system safeguards VR users and nearby individuals from injuries in limited physical environments, suitable for crowded public settings or small rooms.

  • Dynamic Parameter Adaptation: The system dynamically adjusts to changing environmental parameters, enhancing user safety and comfort by adapting safety measures in real-time.

  • Maximization of Immersion and Comfort: The system aims to balance safety with maximizing user immersion and comfort, ensuring an engaging and enjoyable VR experience with safety measures intact.

    Overall, the patent protects a system designed to provide a safe and immersive VR experience in constrained physical spaces, with a focus on dynamically adjusting safety measures while prioritizing user comfort.


Battle Proven

Properly Tested

With 15.000+ passengers onboard narrow-body and wide-body aircraft, in airport lounges, on buses, in hotels, etc.


With aviation regulations in different geographical jurisdictions through approved risk assessments and participation in safety groups.

R&D Partnerships

IP/technology developed based on research and development partnerships with leading industry players (e.g., Airbus).

Beyond Aviation

The IP/technology is broadly protected for enclosed environments such as trains, buses, public libraries, etc.

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Selected Case Studies

“With the introduction of VR entertainment, we write the next chapter in our innovation story. Our collaboration with Inflight VR gives us a flexible, cost effective and logistically sound solution. We are proud to be offering our passengers this possibility to experience this incredibly immersive technology.”

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“Virtual Reality is one of the emerging technologies with the most potential at present. FlixBus has innovated in the world of transport from the moment it was born as a company, 6 years ago, and offering immersive virtual reality entertainment is another step in our desire to put technology at the service of our customers. Our collaboration with Inflight VR and its customized solution surprised our passengers and made them enjoy the trip even more.”

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“We learned about Inflight VR through Hangar 51, IAG’s start-up accelerator program. Since 2017, we’ve been working together to develop a VR solution that can offer a new experience to our customers. An important aspect of Iberia’s digital transformation push lies in the incorporation of new technologies and digital innovation during the entire travel experience, from the moment they think about buying a ticket to arrival at the destination.”

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“Our lounges are an important part of the passenger journey. Star Alliance passengers come here to relax, work, recharge and get inspired. Inflight VR’s product supports us in our effort to provide that. It’s an incredibly innovative and easy to use solution to enhance our guests travel experience with a technology most of them haven’t been exposed to before.”

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