Wednesday, January 29, 2020
With Mozilla's free framework A-Frame, anyone who can write HTML can create a virtual reality app, and anyone who knows JavaScript can animate the scene. In this video, Benji walks through an example, starting from scratch. A-Frame: https://aframe.io/ Code: https://github.com/okaybenji/a-frame-... Demo: https://okaybenji.github.io/a-frame-d...
A London-based virtual reality firm has raised $500m (£388m) in one of the biggest investments in an early stage European technology business. Japan's Softbank is backing Improbable in a funding round that values the business at more than $1bn. The deal...
Microsoft previously let us know that a range of its OEM partners with familiar names from the PC world would be building headsets that offer mixed reality experiences on Windows 10 hardware. The first of those, from Acer, will begin...
This year Microsoft is running their Inspire conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. I am hoping there will be some novel applications of Hololens on show. Regardless for those in attendance it will be a fantastic opportunity to make meaningful connections...
Experiment #1: Animated Summoning The first experiment looked at creating an efficient way to select a single static distant object then summon it directly into the user’s hand. After inspecting or interacting with it, the object can be dismissed, sending...
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