Mike Boland, Founder and Chief Analyst at ARtillry discusses what Apple's ARKit means for all of us, and how developers, content creators, and brands should be looking to leverage it. We discuss the scale of ARKit being launched in iOS 11, the top industries that will be effected, monetization and potential new ad formats in AR, and the new AR ecosystem being created by Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Snap.
Rob Ogden, EVP of Strategic Planning and Corporate Development at Madison Wells Media discusses the emerging VR entertainment market. Rob discusses MWM’s work through its VR division, Reality One, with Wevr and Director Jon Favreau to produce Gnomes & Goblins, MWM’s work with Sony Pictures in creating the Passengers VR Experience, based on the movie Passengers, and offers insights into the future growth and monetization opportunities of VR in the entertainment industry.
Jeanne Kelly, the Director of Product Design and Experience at A+E Networks and TechLab in New York City joins Nathan to talk about how A+E is approaching VR & AR content.
Jeanne also shares her thoughts on some of the current challenges the industry faces as it continues to work on get more users to adopt the platform and much more.
This week Kevin talks with Steven Bambury who is the Head of Digital Learning and Innovation across the JESS Dubai schools in Dubai.
Steven shares all sorts of experiences as he has helped to introduce students to a variety of forms of virtual and augmented reality devices and software including Google Tilt Brush and the HTC Vive.
It is hard to believe but it has been over a year since the VRAR Association founder Nathan Pettyjohn has joined us on the Everything VR & AR Podcast, so we thought it would be a good time to catch up on what all has been going on with the VRARA along with getting Nathan's thoughts on how the industry has grown over the last 12+ months.
We also discuss what are some of the new goings on at his company, Aisle411.
This week, Yulio Founder, CEO and Managing Director Rob Kandel joins Kevin to talk about how Toronto based Yulio helps turn 3D content into immersive experiences.
We also discuss what Rob's first VR experience was like along with how he feels that Yulio stands out from others in the space.
Also, make sure to check out the Yulio blog as there is a lot of great posts from the company there, many of which have come from client feedback and perspectives.
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