We’ve built a real-time streaming platform that enables prediction based on user behavior, with events occurring in virtual and augmented reality environments. The solution enables organizations to train people in an extended reality environment, where real-life training may be costly and dangerous. Kafka Streams enables analyzing spatial and event data to detect gestural feature and analyze user behavior in real-time to be able to predict any future mistake the user might make. Kafka is the backbone of our real-time analytics and extended reality communication platform with our cluster and applications being deployed on Kubernetes.
In this talk, we will mainly focus on the following: 1. Why Extended Reality with Kafka is a step in the right direction. 2. Architecture & Power of Schema Registry in building a generic platform for pluggable XR apps and analytics models 3. How KSQL and Kafka Streams fits in Kafka Ecosystem to help analyze human motion data and detect features for real-time prediction. 4. Demo of a VR application with real-time analytics feedback, which assists people to be trained in how to work with chemical laboratory equipment.