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Jahshaka Studio 0.7.3 Alpha Release

Jahshaka Studio 0.7.3 Alpha Release

The industry leading open source VR authoring toolkit, Jahshaka, has released version 0.7.3 alpha for windows, OsX and Linux. This release is the final in the 0.7 branch and builds on the new foundation laid out in 0.6.0 for powerful dynamic assets and materials. It...

Vancouver’s VR/AR Global Summit Puts Content First

Every day last year, the average North American consumed over 10 hours of digital media. On-demand streaming and the internet have transformed how individuals interact with screens, with most spending more time in front of a monitor than any other activity – including...

HP Partnership Expands Advanced VR Training

From utilities companies to first responders, more industries are adopting rich virtual training experiences for training purposes. There is a growing plethora of Industry 4.0 use cases for immersive technologies, and companies like Microsoft have partnered with...

NVIDIA Turing Propels VR Toward Full Immersion

Over the last few decades, VR experiences have gone from science fiction to research labs to inside homes and offices. But even today’s best VR experiences have yet to achieve full immersion. NVIDIA’s new Turing GPUs are poised to take VR a big step closer to that...

Magic Leap ships out AR headsets to developers, report says

Magic Leap has begun to ship out its AR headset, the highly anticipated Magic Leap One, to software developers, Bloomberg reported Friday. "We have an early access developers program, and those partners have hardware," a Maigc Leap representative told CNET. "All...

Jahshaka 0.6.0 Alpha Release

The industry leading VR authoring toolkit, Jahshaka, has released version 0.6.0 alpha which includes a major overhaul of its asset and material frameworks. It sets a solid foundation for the way we store and share models moving ahead, and brings support for a wide...

Apple’s working on a powerful, wireless headset for both AR, VR

The headset, which would straddle the two technologies and tap into Apple’s own chips, is slated for 2020. It’s the biggest sign of Apple’s interest in virtual reality. Apple CEO Tim Cook has nothing but praise for augmented reality, saying it's a technology that's...