Newport Beach-based NextVR will start using its cameras to capture reality in such a way that viewers in VR will be able to move around the scene in any way.
Valve’s SteamVR motion tracking tech is getting a big upgrade in just a few months and developers are still finding new uses for it beyond VR. Take the Otus Tracker, [...]
Lucid VR announced this week that former Oculus chief engineer and co-founder Jack McCauley has joined the company. CEO Han Jin stated in a press release, “We are [...]
Matterport has positioned itself as one of the most prominent VR companies, growing the company on a foundation of a large library of real places scanned into 3D that are [...]
USC’s Institute for Creative Technologies works across graphics, learning sciences, medical VR, mixed reality, and much more, and the institute has played a major [...]
Most 360 content isn’t very good. Whether or not you consider this content to be “true” VR, the truth is much of it isn’t even worth debating. For every standout from [...]
Facebook is working with partners like OTOY, Adobe, Framestore, Foundry and others to build out a new kind of camera system, tools and workflows capable of volumetric [...]