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RSS Inside VR

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  • Calm over the horizon
    Many years ago, I worked for my parents who own a video production company. Because it is a family business, you inevitably end up wearing many hats and being the czar of many different jobs. I mainly managed projects and worked as a video editor. On production, there were times that I was called on […]
  • Inspired by clouds
    Last year I wrote about why booking too far in advance can be dangerous for your business, and this concept of margin so eloquently captures what I had recognized had been my problem: I was so booked up with clients that I wasn’t leaving any margin for error, growth, planning, or reflection.
  • Make it clean and simple
    Just the other day I happened to wake up early. That is unusual for an engineering student. After a long time I could witness the sunrise. I could feel the sun rays falling on my body. Usual morning is followed by hustle to make it to college on time. This morning was just another morning […]
  • When you are alone
    When you are alone for days or weeks at a time, you eventually become drawn to people. Talking to randos is the norm. I’ll never forget the conversation with the aquarium fisherman, forest ranger, and women at the Thai market. It’s refreshing to compare notes on life with people from vastly different backgrounds.
  • Real time design tools
    Just the other day I happened to wake up early. That is unusual for an engineering student. After a long time I could witness the sunrise. I could feel the sun rays falling on my body. Usual morning is followed by hustle to make it to college on time. This morning was just another morning […]
  • Stumbled the concept
    Last year I wrote about why booking too far in advance can be dangerous for your business, and this concept of margin so eloquently captures what I had recognized had been my problem: I was so booked up with clients that I wasn’t leaving any margin for error, growth, planning, or reflection.
  • Time is passing by
    Every selector has the potential to have unintended side effects by targeting unwanted elements or clashing with other selectors. More surprisingly, our selectors may even lose out in the global specificity war, ultimately having little or no effect on the page at all. Any time we make a change to a CSS file, we need […]
  • Hey DJ play that song
    Many years ago, I worked for my parents who own a video production company. Because it is a family business, you inevitably end up wearing many hats and being the czar of many different jobs. I mainly managed projects and worked as a video editor. On production, there were times that I was called on […]

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RSS YouTube de Ben Claremont

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  • SCAD Announces 4 New Schools
    Savannah College of Art and Design launches the School of Creative Technology, Animation and Motion, Film and Acting, and Visual Communication: courses in new technologies and STEM disciplines prepare students to lead companies, brands, and studios.
  • Hammering Out the VFX in ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’
    Production VFX supervisor and cat enthusiast Jake Morrison talks lighting breakthroughs, VR magic, how to differentiate your shadow creatures, and how to make a dumpling god – all in a day’s work on Marvel Studios’ fourth outing in the Norse god franchise, now playing in theaters.
  • AWS Showcases Content Production in the Cloud at SIGGRAPH 2022
    A fireside chat with ‘Love, Death + Robots’ creator Tim Miller and talks with Wētā Digital / Unity, Animal Logic, Framestore and other top studios about the latest in cloud-enabled content workflows and products highlight Amazon Web Services’ conference plans this coming August 8-11.
  • The Rookies Awards 2022 Winners Announced
    The prestigious, annual international contest garnered 4,400 entries from aspiring design and media entertainment artists; a panel of 150+ judges, including 80 women, selected winners based on criteria including creative, technical, and presentation skills as well as complexity and raw talent.
  • HBO Max Rolls Out ‘House of the Dragon: DracARys’ AR App
    With the new GoT franchise series premiering next month, the streamer decides to entrust its fanbase with the care and nurturing of young dragons; developed with The Mill, the augmented reality app is now available for download.
  • Territory Group Launches with Cantina Creative Acquisition
    New collective of creative studios, started by Territory Studio founders David Sheldon-Hicks and Nick Glover, adds LA and Vancouver locations to the groups existing operations.
  • Vicon Launches Valkyrie Motion Capture System
    Mocap tech specialists deliver a new cutting-edge flagship camera range with 4 models ideal for use in applications ranging from in-camera VFX to biomechanical modeling, responsive VR experiences, and sessions that utilize active markers.
  • NVIDIA to Present ‘Illuminating the Future of Graphics’ at SIGGRAPH 2022
    Leading computer graphics tech company will showcase cutting-edge AI and CG research driving innovations in simulation, collaboration, and design; Deep Learning Institute will provide hands-on in-person training in 3D Tools for NVIDIA Omniverse.
  • disguise Buys Immersive Entertainment Company Meptik
    The leading xR technology company's purchase of the Atlanta-based creative studio will help build the next generation of extended reality and metaverse experiences.

RSS VRTifacts

  • Fuji Real 3D W1 – top or flop?
    The post Fuji Real 3D W1 – top or flop? appeared first on V-Rtifacts.
  • A VR Who’s Who From 1994 – uniVRsum
    1994 marks the peak of what many view as the first “Big Bubble” in VR popularity. There were literally hundreds of (mostly) entrepreneurial startups taking a wild fling and what seemed to be a game-changing technology. You could strike sparks anywhere! By 1997 most had either vanished or transformed themselves. If you stood in just […]
  • Oculus DK2 Lens – Characteristics
    The Oculus DK2 is a remarkable VR headset, producing a remarkably wide field of view with very inexpensive single element optics. VRtifacts was curious about the characteristics of the Oculus DK2 lens: what size, what material, and what focal length? The lenses themselves have quite a bit of chromatic aberration, giving the impression that they […]
  • The State Of Consumer VR
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  • Recent Job Posting: Seeking – Principal Teledildonics Integration Engineer
    According to several women writers, a hot hi-tech hiring wave will be seeking: Teledildonics Integration Engineers and Fleshlight API Programmers (FAPs.) While porn has been trying to edge into Virtual Reality Sex, and VR keeps trying to penetrate the porn market, maybe the moment for this market to explode has finally come. As with most provocative blogs, […]
  • Bookshelf: Sex, Drugs and Tessellation
    Hot off the press is Ben Delaney’s authoritative new book, Sex, Drugs, and Tessellation which collects 6 years of wisdom from Ben’s CyberEdge Journal, the go-to virtual reality publication from 1991 through 1996. Ben has always been both a proponent of, and realist about VR, offering insightful market insights and lucid explanations of ofttimes opaque technology. Both students […]
  • Why Sell Out? Oculus -> Facebook
    A lot of people are fuming over today’s announcement that Facebook would be buying Palmer Luckey’s Oculus. Palmer and company produced two mainstream marketed development kit head mounted displays which became darlings of the grassroots VR/Gamer community. Starting with Kickstarter, Oculus, channeled through Palmer’s and later John Carmack’s charisma and a hacker friendly attitude, built […]
  • W-Industries Unscripted
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  • Virtual Reality (1991) – “Many Believe It Will Revolutionize The Way We Live”
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RSS Jugón Virtual

  • The Perfect Sniper
    The Perfect Sniper es el titulo que nos traen los chico de Sinn Studio en el que tomaremos el papel de un franco tirador. Este juego utiliza un estilo de gráficos poligonales al estilo, dijéramos, cómic pero con una jugabilidad tremenda. Lo que parecía ser un simple juego de oleadas, vamos, un clásico PJO da […]
  • ShadowTracker
    ShadowTracker es un título creado por el equipo desarrollador Tencent Games que ya nos presentó este juego allá por Mayo de este año que estamos a punto de acabar. La novedad es que recién acaban de comunicar que nos llega a la tienda oficial Oculus con lo que conlleva que los usuarios de estas gafas […]
  • LA Noire: The VR Case Files
    LA Noire: The VR Case Files el mítico juego de RockStar hace su flamante aparición en el mundo de la VR y lo hace por la puerta grande. Con el único inconveniente de su exclusividad para HTC Vive, este juego es un claro ejemplo de que cuando las cosas se hacen bien se refleja sobre […]
  • Fallout 4 VR
    Menudas fiestas nos esperan este años, si hace poco teniamos la llegada de Doom VFR, ahora nos cae del cielo el esperado Fallout 4 VR. Total que tenemos todos los ingredientes como para que en casa ni se acuerden de nosotros en estos días tan indicados. Bethesda por fin después de mucho hype acumulado nos […]
  • Marble Land
    Marble Land es el juego desarrollado y distribuido por Devious technologies en el que estaremos delante del clásico juego de puzles con bolas de acero. Cuantas veces nos hemos quedado embobados mirando los típicos recorridos de obstáculos mientras una bola de aceros los va sorteando y al mismo tiempo accionando todo tipo de resortes hasta […]
  • Doom VFR
    Por fin llegó el día de poder tener en nuestras manos el gran clásico en VR. Doom de los desarrolladores Id Studios y editado por Bethesda, nos llegó en el día de ayer para los dispositivos PSVR y para HTC VIVE y Oculus, este último con algún problemilla  que se comprometieron a arreglar a lo […]
  • Cow Simulator
    A veces nos pasamos horas buscando el mejor juego, la mejor inmersión, los mejores gráficos y cuando menos te lo esperas…aparece Cow Simulator. Si eres de los que tienen este juego o espera tenerlo ya te advertimos que no esperes maravillas ni lo mas último, solo puedes esperar pasar un buen rato y reírte mucho, […]
  • The Exorcist: Legion VR
    The Exorcist: Legion VR es el título que nos trae el equipo de Wolf & Wood, los creadores de, ni mas ni menos, «A Chair in A Room: Greenwater» una de las mejores experiencias que disponemos en VR. En esta ocasión nos trae una historia por capítulos creada por el maestro de Terror William Peter […]
  • Pay Day 2 VR
    Después de mucho rumores y filtraciones, esta semana se lanzo en Steam la beta para disfrutar de Pay Day 2 en VR. Los desarrolladores de Overkill han cumplido su promesa y nos han lanzado la versión VR de su juego de trepidante acción Pay Day 2 y lo ha hecho a lo grande. Nos traen […]

RSS Realmente Virtual

  • El visor independiente Oculus Go ya está disponible en España
    El nuevo visor independiente Oculus Go ya está disponible en España, pudiéndose comprar desde la tienda oficial o en Amazon. La entrada El visor independiente Oculus Go ya está disponible en España aparece primero en Realmente Virtual.
  • Rebajas de primavera en Steam con un montón de juegos VR en oferta
    Durante unos días y para celebrar la llegada de la primavera, podemos encontrar en Steam un montón de juegos para Realidad Virtual en oferta. La entrada Rebajas de primavera en Steam con un montón de juegos VR en oferta aparece primero en Realmente Virtual.
  • Island Time VR nos retará a sobrevivir en una isla desierta
    Si os gustan los juegos de supervivencia, Island Time VR nos propondrá hacerlo en una isla desierta, rodeados de cocos, cangrejos, tiburones y gaviotas. Llegará en primavera de este año. La entrada Island Time VR nos retará a sobrevivir en una isla desierta aparece primero en Realmente Virtual.
  • Anunciadas las ediciones físicas de Superhot VR y Arizona Sunshine para PS VR
    Superhot VR y Arizona Sunshine tendrán ediciones físicas en PS4 para el visor PlayStation VR. El primero de ellos llegará el 28 de febrero y el segundo el 21 de marzo. La entrada Anunciadas las ediciones físicas de Superhot VR y Arizona Sunshine para PS VR aparece primero en Realmente Virtual.
  • Toda la Realidad Virtual del MWC 2018 en video
    Este año, el MWC 2018 se ha vuelto a llenar de visores de Realidad Virtual, así que hemos creado un video con las mejores experiencias que hemos enoncontrado en la feria. La entrada Toda la Realidad Virtual del MWC 2018 en video aparece primero en Realmente Virtual.

RSS Road to VR

  • Valve Adds Bugs in Latest SteamVR 1.23 Update
    Valve this week released the SteamVR 1.23 update which brings with it a new set of bugs. Dead bugs, that is. The latest update to SteamVR includes a curious addition… a new SteamVR Home destination that includes CT scans of dead bugs “found lying on the ground” outside of Valve’s office. The company explains: A […]
  • Top 20 Best Oculus Quest 2 Games & Apps – August 2022
    While Oculus doesn’t offer much publicly in the way of understanding how well individual games & apps are performing across its Quest 2 storefront, it’s possible to glean some insight by looking at apps relative to each other. Here’s a snapshot of the 20 best rated Oculus Quest games and apps as of August 2022. […]
  • PSVR vs. PSVR 2 – Specs Comparison & New Features
    Comparing PSVR vs. PSVR 2 specs side-by-side shows us how much has changed since Sony's first consumer headset released in 2016.
  • This $145 VR Manga App on Quest 2 is a Better Deal Than it Seems
    As I was perusing Quest App Lab for interesting games, a VR manga app priced at a whopping $145 caught my eye. Surely it must have been a mistake… or a scam? While we’ve seen pricey apps on Quest’s official unlisted ‘App Lab’ store before, almost all of them are some sort of medical or […]
  • VR Surgical Training Platform FundamentalVR Raises $20M Investment
    VR surgical training platform FundamentalVR today announced it has raised a $20 million Series B investment to further expand its VR surgical training platform. The company is among a growing list of companies taking root in what appears to be a prime use-case for VR. FundamentalVR today announced it has raised a $20 million Series […]

RSS 360 Rumors

  • Insta360 Outdoor Sale guide – which one should you buy? Bonus accessories
    Insta360 has an Outdoor sale from August 8 to 18.  Which one should you buy?  Plus: how to get bonus accessories. Cutting edge: Insta360 One RS 1-inch 360 Edition ($799 + free accessories) If you want a 360 camera with the best image quality under $2000, then check out the 1-inch 360 Edition, which has […]
  • Insta360 Link Review: 4K livestreaming camera with auto tracking
    Insta360 Link is a new 4K webcam with a gimbal and AI auto-tracking.  In this review, I discuss whether it could be useful for livestreaming, remote work, and video calls with family. Insta360 Link is Insta360’s first foray into cameras for business use: a non-360 webcam on a gimbal.  It uses 1/2 inch sensors that […]
  • Insta360 next camera August 2, 2022 is NOT for you
    Insta360 has a new camera on August 2, 2022, but it’s probably not for you. Here’s my analysis: Insta360 released a trailer that shows that they are releasing a new camera on August 2, 2022.  This was a complete surprise because they had just had a major release — the 1-inch 360 (reviewed here) on […]
  • PS5 in stock!!! (Yes, I was able to buy one)!
    I can’t believe it but I was finally able to buy a PS5 console!   And as of the time of this writing, it’s still in stock here and also here! I’ve been trying to get a PS5 for the longest time, in part because I’m looking forward to PSVR 2.  But unless you’ve been living […]
  • Qoocam Ego captures 19K 3D 360 photos (see samples)
    Can you use the Qoocam Ego to capture a 3D 360 photo?  With the right panoramic head, you can, and the stitched resolution is 19k, which is DSLR/mirrorless territory. Qoocam Ego (reviewed here) is a 3D camera that captures 1080p 3D videos and 3D photos (12mp per eye) and has a removable 3D viewer.  Because […]
  • Meta Quest 2 $100 price increase on August 1; how to get a discount
    The price of Meta Quest 2 (formerly known as Oculus Quest 2) will go up $100 on August 1, to $399 (128GB) and $499 (256GB).  For now, you can still get a discount by using my link to get $30 store credit with your purchase. Or you can purchase from Amazon at $299 (128GB) and […]
  • Theta X firmware update adds 8K mode; Theta Z1 gets new AE Bracket mode
    Ricoh updated the firmware of the Theta X and Theta Z1 to add new features, namely 8K 2fps and 10fps modes for the Theta X and the promised AE bracket mode for the Theta Z1.  Here’s how you can use these features. Theta X 8K mode Ricoh Theta X (reviewed here) is the first 360 […]
  • Amazon Prime Day 2022 deals guide: VR and 360 cameras (UPDATE! Quest 2 and more)
    Amazon Prime Day 2022 officially starts tomorrow but there are already some Prime Day sales not just at Amazon but at other retailers who don’t want to be undersold by Amazon.  Here are the best deals I’ve found so far for 360 cameras, VR, and related accessories, and which ones I recommend.  I’m going to […]
  • 360 camera deals: Trisio Lite 2 with FREE 6 months of GoThru for Google Street View
    For a limited time, you can get Trisio Lite 2 with 6 months of GoThru Pro subscription free. Trisio Lite 2 (reviewed here) is an affordable 360 camera that captures 360 photos with excellent detail, color, and stitching.  At its regular price of $399, it can hold its own against more expensive 360 cameras such […]

RSS VR First

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RSS Skarred Ghost

  • Learn how to write an article about the metaverse in 9 minutes
    Your boss has told you to write an article about the metaverse today and you don’t know how to do it? You don’t know anything about the metaverse but you want to do like all the best marketers around and write something on the web about it? Don’t worry, Tony is here for you and […]
  • The XR Week Peek (2022.08.15): NVIDIA makes many announcements at SIGGRAPH, new leaks on Apple and Pico, and more!
    As you’ve read in my other article written today, this is a special day for this blog… but it is also Monday, so I won’t skip writing a new amazing roundup of AR/VR news 😉  So, wishing you a happy Ferragosto (the name of today’s holiday in Italy), I leave you to the best XR news of […]
  • The Ghost Howls turns 6!
    Ladies and gentlemen, I don’t know how I reached this point, but today my blog becomes 6 years old! The Ghost Howls started as a way to promote my startup Immotionar, and I had no idea someone could be interested in reading what I had to write. 6 years later, I’m still unsure why people […]
  • My experience at Dreamscape
    Some months ago, when I was in Los Angeles to attend AWE, I had the opportunity of trying one of the experiences offered by Dreamscape, one of the leading companies for LBVR (Location-based VR) entertainment. It has been my first time at Dreamscape, so let me tell you how it was! (And by the way, […]
  • The XR Week Peek (2022.08.08): Xiaomi unveils its smartglasses, Improbable and RP1 want to create the networking for the metaverse, and much more!
    I guess that during these days of hot summer many people are on vacation, so I wish you all to take some days of rest. Probably also the big guys of XR are on vacation because this week we have very little interesting news about things happened in our ecosystem. So… don’t expect this to […]
  • RP1 may have created the networking layer of the metaverse
    We all know that these days the metaverse, the infamous M-word, is one of the hot topics in the tech world. We also know that this dream is very far away, and the estimates talk about between 5 and 15 years from now. There are many problems to be solved, technological and social to begin […]
  • The XR Week Peek (2022.08.01): Quest 2 price raise, PSVR 2 passthrough, Pico 4 leaks, and more!
    I hope you are having a good summer! Before starting with the XR news of the week, let me propose to you an interesting opportunity.  This year I have partnered again with NVIDIA for the promotion of the GTC, and doing that I obtained again the possibility of having one RTX3080 Ti graphics card to gift […]
  • EXCLUSIVE leaked images of Pico 4 Controllers!
    Last week, we were able to discover more info about the upcoming Pico headset thanks to the FCC filings of the “Pico 4” spotted by Janko Roettgers. Since I’m pretty interested in what Pico is doing, when I reported the news on my weekly roundup, I asked for any one of you in the community […]
  • Hands-on Quest 2 hands tracking v2 (and comparison with Ultraleap)
    Finally, after waiting for it for weeks, I have received the update to Hands Tracking v2 on my Quest. Do you remember that update of some months ago that improved dramatically the performance of hand tracking on Quest? Well… that one. Better late than never, I guess. Since I was very curious to try it […]