Varjo is launching Reality Cloud, and with it a new type of interaction for the Metaverse: the ability to teleport to another physical world location, which is scanned and distributed in real-time.
The engine sputtered to a stop in the middle of the St. Lawrence River. The current here was fast and the river was wide and there were no obvious places to shelter while we fixed it. My heart sank. It happened after a nearly catastrophic two weeks involving an underwater
Innovative XR designs for privacy can be embedded in the glasses themselves. How these issues play out will give the Multiverse/Metaverse different "flavours" depending whose device you own.
THE AWE conference [https://www.awexr.com] comes at a good time. We’ve been working in our bubbles for too long. It’s hard to get a sense of where things are headed, a thousand Zoom calls notwithstanding. And while it has had its fair of panels and talks
The Internet was left gasping for breath after a preview of Unreal 5. As a peek at what will be possible with the next generation of consoles, it was stunning. But it isn’t just consoles that matter. Epic has other ambitions. And Unreal 5 also provides some intriguing insights
Apple has a tough hill to climb if it wants to win the war for the most valuable real estate there may ever be: your nose. Your glasses won’t just help you to see, they’ll be your gateway into the largest paradigm shift in computing since the mobile
Magic Leap has secured [https://techcrunch.com/2020/05/21/magic-leap-has-apparently-raised-another-350-million-in-spite-of-itself/] a lifeline. With $350M in new funding secured through ‘existing and new investors’ the company has been able to withdraw its notices of potential termination to employees not laid off during the last wave. The announcement has been met
Apple Glass is coming, with famed leaker Jon Prosser saying that, pending how Covid plays out, they may launch as soon as the last quarter of this year [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SfjSy6T4iE4]. The wearable devices won’t, however, be available for purchase until the last part of
Sketchfab makes it easy to publish 3D content on the web. Now, the company has launched Sketchfab Teams to help groups work together to create and distribute that content. The result is an accessible platform that boosts the ability to create augmented reality (AR) experiences. The company recently announced support
Apple Glasses could take photos. But they might not have a camera. The ‘design brief’ for the new wearable device ISN’T to create augmented reality glasses [https://shodu.net/apple-doesnt-care-about-augmented-reality-heres-why/] , but to a) disrupt EYE GLASSES (a $138B market) and b) simply create a pair of glasses that are