Roman Kulikov from Moscow Russia joins the show to discuss such topics as human motion tracking for full immersion VR experiences. We also discuss his experience first attending and now teaching at the National Research University MPEI (Moscow Power Engineering Institute) in Moscow.
We discuss one of Studio Transcendent's previous releases called Rapid Fire: Brief History of Flight along with another project they have worked on with AppliedVR called Guided Relaxation which Aaron & John talk a bit more about.
Kevin is joined by Laura Hall who is the Atlanta Georgia Chapter President of the VR/AR Association and Daniel Sabio who is the Community Manager for TechSquare Labs, also based in Atlanta.
TechSquare Labs held an event on January 28, 2017 called Singularity which was Atlanta's first live virtual reality concert.
Learn why Leigh Garland and Shaun Dunne started Studio Zero along with why they feel that WebVR is looking to be one of the more desirable segments of the industry to get into.
Leigh also shares his thoughts from his experience with the Hololens along with what it was like attending a recent VR/AR Association meetup in London.
When the majority of people new to the VR & AR technologies think of video content they are most often introduced to regular 360 video content such as what you would find on YouTube or Facebook.
Dirk Gombos, Co-Founder of 3D Evolution Productions, stops by to talk about some of the differences, and challenges, between regular 360 video and 3D 360 video.
Dirk also goes into more detail about the importance of making sure video stitching is done right during post production so that it leaves viewers with less chance for distraction.
As the VR/AR/MR industry continues to grow and evolve, the ways that people learn to develop software for these experiences will take cues from other segments.
Learn more about what WebVR is, who the first organization is that is looking for a solution from this years Virtuleap and of course how you can get involved in either this years, or future Virtuleap hackathons.
Magic Leap. Two words that make up the name of the company that many consider to be the unicorn of the virtual, augmented and mixed reality industry. Karl Guttag knows quite a few things about patents and display technology and has been doing some research into the patents that Magic Leap has and has been sharing his findings on his personal blog which has been getting quite some attention as he tries to solve the puzzle that is Magic Leap.