Keynote: Robert Scoble (#Pubcon)

Good morning, everyone! We’re back for our second day of Pubcon Las Vegas 2016 coverage. Today, we’ll be mixing it up again – covering sessions on a variety of topics here and on Twitter. We’re kicking off the blog coverage today with Robert Scoble‘s keynote address. The room is packed for this talk, everyone armed with coffee (and Tylenol?) after last night’s networking shenanigans.Read the full article

Project Tango - Vision Summit 2016

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Tilt Brush: Painting from a new perspective

Tilt Brush lets you paint in 3D space with virtual reality. Unleash your creativity with three-dimensional brush strokes, stars, light, and even fire. Your room is your canvas. Your palette is your imagination. The possibilities are endless. Learn more at http://tiltbrush.com


Oculus Social VR Full Demo - Facebook F8 Conference 2016

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CCP Games - 'Project Arena' Mixed Reality Test

It isn’t all spaceships, more spaceships and yet more spaceships at EVE Fanfest, nor is it – despite a number of news updates and sessions relating to them so far today – all about EVE: Valkyrie and Gunjack. In fact for CCP Games it wasn’t all about VR today either, as there was a slight surprise in the form of a new mixed reality (MR) title called Project Arena. Subscribe to VRFocus for more virtual reality related videos: - http://vrfocus.com/ - http://twitter.com/vrfocus - http://facebook.com/vrfocus


Boeing’s CRVS: The Reality of Virtual Training

Boeing’s Constant Resolution Visual System, or CRVS, is a high-resolution, immersive training environment. The standard CRVS provides constant 20/40 visual acuity over the entire 360-degree field of view. That means more details are visible, translating to a more realistic flying experience. Tyndall Air Force Base is the first to install the high-resolution system on the F-22 Raptor simulator. Pilots training there are impressed at the image quality compared to older simulators.