In a remarkable display of academic brilliance and entrepreneurial spirit, a group of Ivy-league engineers and innovators from MIT, Harvard, Stanford, and several other top-tier institutions has come together to create a technology company that’s shaking up the industry landscape. Founded by a MIT graduate and empowered by a team of like-minded trailblazers, OmniVoid is an AI/AR software development company on a mission to “Fill the Tech Void.” With their expertise in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Extended Reality (XR), they’re revolutionizing the way we interact with and perceive the world around us.
OmniVoid’s AI applications offer businesses and consumers the ability to leverage data analytics, process information at unprecedented speeds, and improve customer service. Their XR technology, which includes virtual, augmented, and mixed reality, blurs the line between the digital and physical worlds to provide immersive experiences that can transform industries like healthcare, education, entertainment, and business. With a dedicated focus on innovation, OmniVoid is also advancing cutting-edge technologies such as biotechnology and genetic engineering, advanced robotics, blockchain solutions, IoT, and sustainable energy solutions.
With an emphasis on delivering the best in-class products to their clients, OmniVoid has established itself as an industry leader in AI and XR. Their research and development is focused on making a significant impact in the lives of people by transforming industries through automation, machine learning, and intelligent systems. Their expertise in AI and XR is fueled by the company’s strong culture of excellence and a relentless drive for success.
OmniVoid’s Computer Vision (CV) technology allows machines to perform visual tasks, process data, optimize processes, and deliver enhanced capabilities for existing or new products. It is a subclass of AI that uses algorithms to identify and understand objects and their environment in real-time using a combination of sensors, cameras, and other devices.
The music on OmniVoid’s latest EP, Victim Mentality, embodies the same visceral intensity as their previous work. On the title track, the band’s prowling, predatory metal evokes a sense of terror and impending doom. The drumming is a pounding, percussive riot that sounds like leeches feeding in a blood-soaked frenzy and the riffing channels overpowering emotional intensity.
As a result, the EP is unnerving and hard to forget. But, don’t let its morbid lyricism fool you — this is some of the most creative, technical, and innovative death metal I’ve heard this year. It will appeal to old-school fans of bands like Incantation and Morbid Angel just as much as it will to newer followers who worship at the altars of Ulcerate and Altarage. It’s a must-listen.