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Being tethered to a PC breaks immersion and limits mobility – it’s not an issue anymore with Air Link. Users with strong WiFi can choose wireless connectivity over cables and still get a robust experience.
Dysonics has previously built a motion tracker for headphones with spatial awareness and a 3D audio authoring tool for VR content creators.
NVIDIA Deep Learning Super Sampling technology will be supported in Unity. DLSS uses AI rendering to produce image of high quality even comparable to native resolution.
In this salon in London, the customers will be able to try new hair styles and colors virtually.
This year, there will be 58.9 million VR users and 93.3 AR users monthly in the US.
Cases and Best Practices:
A case study on one of our projects. PICTOFiT provides accurate 3D models from photos of clothes and vivid avatars of humans. WIth this, retailers can offer customers to try on clothes virtually.
This app allows you to literally see through the globe – with the help of AR, of course. Just use this app on your floor and see what’s on the other side of your planet.
A fusion of digital and material art pieces: augmented drawings, VR experiences, and other art by Claire Bardainne and Adrien Mondot.
With the help of iPhone 12 and AT&T 5G network Delta Air Lines takes advantage of AR to perform immersive training of flight attendants, from safety checks to passenger assistance.
Cool homemade project by a SenseGlove CV engineer based on Computer Vision and Augmented Reality. You’d better see this!
Tools & devices:
A project that brings a more available haptic glove to the market of expensive devices.
DecaMove is a movement tracker that users can place on their hips. As a result, head and hands are free and available for interaction and movement.
A cheaper, smaller, and more convenient body movement tracker comes in bundles of 1, 3, 5 and 7 devices. Early bird backers will receive their trackers in July.
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