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Primary Benefits of BIM

Primary Benefits of BIM | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it

This is the third part in a series about demystifying BIM. 

Jed Fisher's insight:

Love the concept of lonely BIM and social BIM, big BIM and little BIM.

Such a nice way of explaining the key BIM concepts, nice job @shoegnome. 

Not sure I 100% agree with the degrees of Integration, Design, Construction, FM, yes, but Augmented Reality is a technology not a vertical. I would instead have put here Owners. Owners and even downstream consumers of the building are to me one of the final frontiers for making BIM really really useful (AR is just a (good) technology to help it be useful to these people).

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Report: Apple AR Headset Coming In 2020 With Brand New OS

Report: Apple AR Headset Coming In 2020 With Brand New OS | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
A new report suggests that Apple's AR headset could start shipping in 2020 with brand new components and a new operating system,
Jed Fisher's insight:

Two Apple scoops in one day. Both super exciting.

If Apple does this my bet is on them over a Magic Leap. What Apple will bring almost automatically is the Platform (Apps + Developers) plus the Marketing and Sales arm. With these things Magic Leap on it's own has no chance, maybe they get bought by Google but even so Google doesnt have a great record with these things. Regardless, one day it will be nice to sit down on the beach and have the entire beach crowd look up at a giant whale flying in the sky (the image Magic Leap used in their marketing (which i think there is no way they will deliver on anytime soon) (i.e.  light glasses, compute power, web connected, ... ).

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Amazon adds an AR shopping feature to its iOS app

Amazon adds an AR shopping feature to its iOS app | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
Amazon today is introducing a new feature called AR View that lets customers visualize online products in their own living space, using their smartphone..
Jed Fisher's insight:

Are you in Retail? Manufacturing? AEC? 

Do you have a clear digital experience plan (that leverages Augmented Reality)? If not - you probably should be considering one.

We've seen IKEA, Target, and Amazon doing it. At 4D Pipeline we help global 1000s and fast growing startups do more with AR, VR, and realtime 3D. Our customers include some of the worlds best. Contact me to find out more how AR can help your company do more..

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Target's Mobile Website Gains Augmented Reality Feature for Previewing Furniture
IKEA's

 

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Find out why the best of the best choose 4D Pipeline

Find out why the best of the best choose 4D Pipeline | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
Need to develop a winning software product, App, or digital experience? 
 
My company, 4D Pipeline, is a strategy, design, and development firm. We help companies build great products people love. Specializing in 3D, VR, AR, Apps, and Web. 
 
Our Customers include some of the "best of the best" such as IKEA, VANS, AUDI, BMW Mini, AMD, NVIDIA, Intel, Xerox PARC, Unity Technologies, Dassault Systèmes, Simplygon, SolidWorks, Honeywell, Panasonic, and many other leading brands (both startups and Global 1000s). We've 225+ projects under our belt and over 70 satisfied customers around the world.
 
We've help build great Apps, VR/AR/3D experiences, CAD converters/importers/exporters, plugins, automation tools, and many more things. 
 
Let me know if you'd like to learn more and see our full portfolio.
 
Jed
jed (at) 4Dpipeline(dot)com
 
#Create Products People Love
Jed Fisher's insight:

Ping me if you'd like to learn more.

PS visiting Munich the week of October 15th if you'd like to meet F2F

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Ping me for a special 45% discount - AWE Europe 2017 - Munich October 19th/20th - see you there!

Ping me for a special 45% discount - AWE Europe 2017 - Munich October 19th/20th - see you there! | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
AWE, the world's largest AR+VR conference and expo, returns to Europe October 19-20, 2017 in its second year for AWE Europe. This year AWE EU is hosted at the MOC in Munich, Germany.

Join 1,500 professionals including a mix of CEOs, CTOs, designers, developers, producers, engineers, futurists, analysts, investors, and top press in a fantastic opportunity coming together to learn, inspire, partner, and experience first hand the most exciting industry of our times.
Jed Fisher's insight:

Ping me to arrange a meetup with 4D Pipeline and find out why the best of the best choose to work with us. Also ping me for a special (limited) 45% discount!!

 

Reasons to Attend Europe

  • 2nd annual AR+VR event in Germany, the largest of its kind
  • 1500 attendees incl. developers, creators, C-level executives, entrepreneurs, press, & investors
  • 100 speakers with a focus on enterprise, development & design, consumer & and startup pitches
  • 100 exhibitors showcasing the latest in AR+VR in work, life and play
  • 3,000 square meters AR+VR expo with highly immersive demos
  • 2nd Annual AWE Europe Auggie Awards for Best-in-Show, Best AR Solution & Best VR Solution
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Why Meta's AR vision of the future should excite you

Why Meta's AR vision of the future should excite you | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
There aren't many big players in AR right now, but Meta can count itself as one of them. It has the technology. It has the growing developer community.…
Jed Fisher's insight:

Here at 4D Pipeline we've been doing loads of HoloLens experiences and have accomplished some amazing things. That said, I've been really impressed with the Meta tech and am looking forward to doing more with it.

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CCI VAL D'OISE's curator insight, August 25, 2:35 PM

Here at 4D Pipeline we've been doing loads of HoloLens experiences and have accomplished some amazing things. That said, I've been really impressed with the Meta tech and am looking forward to doing more with it.

Jerome Kalifa's curator insight, November 14, 2:11 PM

Here at 4D Pipeline we've been doing loads of HoloLens experiences and have accomplished some amazing things. That said, I've been really impressed with the Meta tech and am looking forward to doing more with it.

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Comparing the Top Five Computer Vision APIs – Gaurav Oberoi

Comparing the Top Five Computer Vision APIs – Gaurav Oberoi | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
Over the last six months, Google, Microsoft, and IBM have all announced a suite of “intelligent APIs” that offer various types of image, video, speech, and text recognition. One can, for instance…
Jed Fisher's insight:

A particular excellent and helpful blog and more (test bed) for image recognition API testing and review. Big thanks to the great work by @goberoi

The great thing about these APIs are they are now reaching the point of being really useful for a variety of Apps. With Deep Learning improvements these are only going to get better!

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Lucasfilm and ILM announce open source release of MaterialX library

Lucasfilm and ILM announce open source release of MaterialX library | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
Lucasfilm and Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) have released the MaterialX Library for computer graphics. MaterialX is an open standard developed by Lucasfilm’s Advanced Development Group and ILM engineers to improve the transfer of rich materials and look-development content between applications and renderers.
Jed Fisher's insight:

This is pretty major really. The world of 3D graphics and downstream 3D has suffered greatly from the lack of open materials and raytracing software. Recently AMD has announced Radeon ProRender raytracer (to be open sourced) and now Lucas and ILM have opened sourced their material standard, MaterialX.

Good days ahead for the exchange of realistic and non realistic materials and shaders!

 

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McKinsey's State Of Machine Learning And AI, 2017

McKinsey's State Of Machine Learning And AI, 2017 | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
Tech giants including Baidu and Google spent between $20B to $30B on AI in 2016, with 90% of this spent on R&D and deployment, and 10% on AI acquisitions. AI investment has turned into a race for patents and intellectual property (IP) among the world’s leading tech companies.
Jed Fisher's insight:

Great summary

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AI Wars - Microsoft vs Google

AI Wars - Microsoft vs Google | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
A week ago, Microsoft held its Build developer conference in its backyard in Seattle. This week, Google did the same in an amphitheater right next to its..
Jed Fisher's insight:

It used to be "Mobile first" now it's "AI First"! 

But it is exciting! especially when being mixed with VR and AR and computer visions. All these things coming together makes the solution exponentially more valuable. 

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Facebook’s AR Studio blows the market wide open

Facebook’s AR Studio blows the market wide open | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it

Last week at Facebook’s F8 conference, Mark Zuckerberg went all in on augmented reality (AR). 

What’s (probably) in the box?

If we analyze for a moment what was introduced during the talk, the technologies that are inside this new platform are probably the following:

Cross platform monocular SLAM. This is what gives you the ability to walk around an object placed in the environment.

Monocular structure from motion. This builds a 3D representation locally of some portions of the real world inside the phone, allowing you to do things like occlusion  (putting virtual things behind real things).

Robust loop closure. When Mark talked about “leaving notes” for others, robust loop closure is what you need to enable that. Effectively it lets the system “remember” where these notes are left simply by looking at the environment.

Object recognition. Understanding what objects are in the real world and then allowing you to give contextual data around them.

Authoring and development tool. This is the biggest piece of the puzzle and would potentially allow anyone to create AR experiences with a very low bar of entry.

For any group of developers, any one of these tasks is monumental but tractable with the right team, funding, and partnerships. But rolling out all of these tasks in a seamless package that can work at scale is nearly impossible.

 

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Jed Fisher's insight:

This is pretty phenomenal, probably the biggest boost to AR since AR started. It's got SLAM and 3D effects, it's got a lot. It means marketing solutions  are going to flock to this platform. Well done Facebook. Your move Apple! 

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Looking forward to speaking at the Convergence Event - Sydney, 3rd of May

Looking forward to speaking at the Convergence Event - Sydney, 3rd of May | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it

focuses on:

  • Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality (VR / AR)
  • Wearable Technology & Smart Devices
  • The Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Robotics & Machine Learning (Ai / M2M
Jed Fisher's insight:

Looking forward to speaking  at this VR (and more) event in Sydney on the 3rd of May. Keen to meetup - ping me if you'd like to - see you there!

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Microsoft's new VR headset could bridge HoloLens, Windows and Xbox (hands-on)

Microsoft's new VR headset could bridge HoloLens, Windows and Xbox (hands-on) | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
Acer may be the first to start shipping an inexpensive, quality headset for Windows developers -- but this $300 device is no HoloLens.
Jed Fisher's insight:

Real shame they do not have a transparent visor but great they are all the same software. Microsoft has always been about building platforms so i'm glad to see they are opening this up. Looking forward to giving it a play shortly.

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Microsoft Reportedly Skipping HoloLens V2 To Develop Groundbreaking V3 Augmented Reality Headset

Microsoft Reportedly Skipping HoloLens V2 To Develop Groundbreaking V3 Augmented Reality Headset | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it

Microsoft is taking a rather unusual path with its HoloLens augmented reality (AR) headset. The corporation is reportedly skipping the second version of the product and jumping right into development of what was to be the third generation model. The latest and greatest and HoloLens is expected to be available for consumers in 2019.
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Jed Fisher's insight:

I'm actually a big fan of this. I know everyone wants to see super crazy takeup and growth but this to me is a more sensible approach especially to a company like Microsoft that is not running on VC or investment dollars alone. They are working smart and making money and winning market share.

 

Microsoft was always good at v3.1's ;-)

At 4D Pipeline we are working on ground breaking projects using Hololens for our serious (non game) customers.

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Apple Working on Rear-Facing AR Sensor for 2019 iPhone, Report Says

Apple Working on Rear-Facing AR Sensor for 2019 iPhone, Report Says | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
Apple CEO Tim Cook told us that augmented reality would change everything, and now we have a better idea of exactly what he meant. A new report reveals that Apple is already hard at work on a rear-facing 3D sensor for the iPhone that would vastly expand the iPhone's AR capabilities by allowing it to interact with the rest of the world in AR beyond selfies and Animoji. Citing anonymous sources familiar with the development, Bloomberg claims that Apple's new rear-facing sensor would not use the same front-facing, TrueDepth camera system currently employed by the iPhone X. Rather, it would use
Jed Fisher's insight:

Pppppplllleassseeee please please!

This to me is the one big missing hardware piece for game changing Augmented Reality. Using this we get HoloLens AR quality and can match 3D to the realworld automatically for complex and integrated AR.

Very exciting. 

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My visit to the Augmented World Expo Europe AWEEU 2017

My visit to the Augmented World Expo Europe AWEEU 2017 | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it

AWE, the world's largest AR+VR conference and expo. Munich Europe October 19-20, 2017.

I had a great time attending the Augmented World Expo in Munich (www.aweeu.com). This is the first time AWE has been in Europe and Munich was a great choice. Munich is where Metaio was based (purchased by Apple) and is near to the headquarters of BMW, AUDI, Porsche, and others. Munich is also my former home so of course i’m very fond of it being there!

It was a two day event, day one was about AR technology, use cases and how to implement AR in your processes. Day 2 was more content and pitches (startups in the AR space).

Audi had a strong presense at the event with insights into how and where they use AR and VR. Also companies like Lockheed Martin and Coca-Cola.

All the tech providers were there, Vuforia of course, so too were Wikitudes, VisionLab, ViewAR, Bosch, and many others. For headsets, we saw many HoloLens, and booths by Meta, ODG, Vuzix, Epson, Daqri, and others.

The exciting Avegant https://www.avegant.com/video-headset was there. Everyone was super keen to see their light field technology (this allows the user to focus on different points of view - something far away and then something close (something AR has trouble with)). Avegant is special because i think it’s doing one of the things that Magic Leap might be working on.

Some fun highlights of the show: I liked the Massless pen! I think this is a really nice concept that not only lets people write in 3D but lets them manipulate the environment (like a mouse does in 2D). Another fun surprise was seeing Prezi AR - although i’m a avid Prezi fan i did not know they had an AR version! The Nvidia Holodeck is also great if you havent had a chance to try it.

An interesting new company i had not come across was Insidernavigation. It’s just that - navigation solution for inside buildings, delivering AR to mobile phones without special hardware. Another new one was Diota. It came recommended and they indeed had some good SLAM technology. Unfortunately entirely closed ecosystem and they actually say they do not intend to expose any SDK or API, they want everything done by them….

Here are some other good writeups about the event:
http://www.augmented.org/blog/2017/09/awe-conference-augmented-reality-coming-home/
<will add more as more are published>

All in all, it was a great event and definitely keep/put AWE on your radar for the US and Europe.

 

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GPS will be accurate within one foot in some phones next year - and that's great news for Augmented Reality

GPS will be accurate within one foot in some phones next year - and that's great news for Augmented Reality | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
Smartphones’ GPS systems are going to start getting a lot more accurate. According to IEEE Spectrum, Broadcom is starting to make a mass-market GPS chip that can pinpoint a device’s accurac
Jed Fisher's insight:

Great news for GPS but even better news for Augmented Reality. Having this allows us to walk around a construction site (and the like) and "see through walls" (seeing pipes/electricals/etc) of building that are work-in-progress and the like. When you know the person's exact location we can drive down the augmented building and graphics based on the users GPS location. Super excited about this!

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Magic Leap Researchers Reveal "Deep SLAM" Tracking Algorithm - and Jed's AR ramblings and predictions

Magic Leap Researchers Reveal "Deep SLAM" Tracking Algorithm - and Jed's AR ramblings and predictions | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
Magic Leap, the mysterious AR startup with a multiple-billion dollar valuation, still doesn’t have a headset to show the world, but in a recent paper published by Magic Leap researchers entitled Toward Geometric Deep SLAM, we get a peek into a novel machine vision technique that aims to bring the company closer to their goal of creating a …
Jed Fisher's insight:

Two predictions from me today :-)

1) My wish (and slight prediction (although i'm sure others are saying the same thing)) for today's Apple event is that the iPhoneX has a 3D camera which works like Google Tango. This combined with Apple's ARKit will allows for much much much better AR. Plus, indirectly, it allows for a host of new algorithms to be developed for things like "Deep SLAM" tracking. Regardless, tracking using the phone will soon reach the Hololens type level (pretty darn good). This then really does take AR prime time.

 

Now, if/when we have this. I'm really starting to feel that Magic Leap may end up being too late to the party... We've already got mixed reality headsets like Hololens, Meta, and soon others. The tracking of these is pretty good and getting better and better. Soon more phones will have similar level tracking with 3D cameras. What can Magic Leap still do that hasnt been done? Better tracking and automatic identification? (maybe), better hardware headset (maybe).

 

My second, "big" prediction for Magic Leap is it will do social augmented gaming (locational based) really well. for example - play tag (tip) (chasings) together (wearing headsets) with an augmented character in your real environment - things like this. This would be very cool.

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SIGGRAPH 2017 round-up and summary

SIGGRAPH 2017 round-up and summary | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it

Highlights include V-Ray announced for Unreal and more... 

Jed Fisher's insight:

Awesome SIGGRAPH 2017 news round-up by Carrie Mok at 3Dartistonline!

My only additions would include:

- AMD - releases of new cards, and Radeon ProRender their raytracer - now available for Solidworks, Blender, Maya, 3ds Max, C4D, and more. And now XRite support as well.

- VR last year was in the research papers but this year it was all over the expo but all the papers this were about #DeepLearning and it's usage for computer graphics, AI, and everything in between

- Epic/Unreal was super popular this year - the Epic team is really pushing it - expect to see more and more movies/tv-shows made in Unreal (with realtime editing).

- Lots of amazing HoloLens like AR headsets coming.

As always - great event. 

 

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AMD offers Radeon ProRender for Blender and SolidWorks

AMD offers Radeon ProRender for Blender and SolidWorks | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
AMD has announced its free ray-tracing engine ProRender will run within Blender, as well as Maya, 3ds Max, and SolidWorks. AMD says ProRender uses a physically-based workflow, which allows multiple materials to be expressed in a single, lighting-independent shader, making it easy to color objects and have them usable in any sensible environment.
Jed Fisher's insight:

Exciting to be in the theatre when AMD announced this at Siggraph. We've seen first hand the power and visual quality of Radeon ProRender and with plugins to SOLIDWORKS, Blender, Maya, and 3ds Max it is likely to make this a good choice for those seeking a new physical raytracing renderer. Great writeup and summary as always by GFXSpeak.

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SolidWorks drives strong second quarter for Dassault Systemès

SolidWorks drives strong second quarter for Dassault Systemès | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
Boeing signs a new long-term deal that expands its use of current-generation software.
Jed Fisher's insight:

I've worked with Boeing and worked for Dassault Systemes. These two companies have grown and benefited each other greatly. Nice market sizing details here to Dassault and Solidworks.

Disclaimer: both Dassault Systemes and Solidworks are customers of 4D Pipeline. 

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Apple's ARKit - so what's it all about? (plus Metal VR support!)

Apple's ARKit - so what's it all about? (plus Metal VR support!) | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
Apple announced a new development platform , dubbed ARKit, that will let developers create AR experiences on the iPhone and iPad. ARKit will be incorporated deep into iOS 11 that will give help Apple to create the "largest AR platform in the world"
Jed Fisher's insight:

What an awesome month for AR - first Facebook's big announcements for AR and VR and now Apple's!

Apple we knew was working on AR (after they acquired Metaio) and all of Tim Cook's comments and the implications that glasses might be even coming. But we were not expecting to see an ARKit so soon!

So what's it all about:

- ARKit takes advantage of the iPhone’s camera, motion sensors and graphics processors

- there’s Visual Inertial Odometry, which will let ARKit track the world, and for this it will fuse camera sensor data with CoreMotion data   <Jed's comment - this totally makes sense and should also help finally make perfect 360 stitching>

- and then there is the “Scene Understanding and Lighting Estimation”, which Apple says will let the ARKit analyse the scene based on the camera view, and then find “horizontal planes like tables and floors, and can track and place objects on smaller feature points as well.”

<Jed's comment - faaaaaaawwwwkkkk me :-) super happy about this and what a nice surprise. This is going to serious help improve AR experiences for just about everyone who wants AR>

 

Yup, it's been a good month for Augmented Reality! (and all of those with Apple devices!)

 

NB - Apple also got some and gave some love to the VR industry with Metal support. http://gizmodo.com/macos-high-sierra-the-new-features-coming-to-your-comp-1795822627

 

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Mixed Reality Sydney

Real-world Mixed Reality project experience with Jed Fisher, 4D Pipeline

Monday, May 15, 2017, 5:00 PM

Haymarket HQ
Level 2, 63 Dixon St, Haymarket 2000 Sydney, AU

30 Members Attending

We are going to hold a special talk by Jed Fisher who has done a lot of real-world AR/VR projects.  Here is a bit of his Bio: Jed is a cofounder and Managing Partner of 4D Pipeline, a digital product design and strategy firm which helps startups and global 100's make great products people love. Specializing in Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, we...

Check out this Meetup →

We are going to hold a special talk by Jed Fisher who has done a lot of real-world AR/VR projects.  Here is a bit of his Bio:
Jed is a cofounder and Managi
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Sydney May 15th - see you there!

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These Are the Top Mixed Reality Companies in the World Today

These Are the Top Mixed Reality Companies in the World Today | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it
There are hundreds of companies in the mix. We highlight the best.
Jed Fisher's insight:

Sorry for the lack of insights - busy week!

Good solid overview on some of the interesting trends that interlace well with VR making it even more valuable.

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Focus is key to blending virtual objects with the real world

Avegant's Light Field adds a realistic depth-of-field effect to virtual objects.

Jed Fisher's insight:

Nice! 

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This Hololens Gate App Will Make You Experience Vertigo

This Hololens Gate App Will Make You Experience Vertigo | 4D Pipeline - trends & breaking news in Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D, Mobile, and CAD. | Scoop.it

You might have seen the very cool simulation of Portal in Hololens recently. White it demonstrated the ways in which Microsoft’s augmented reality device could replicate the video game’s mechanic of launching objects through portals, it didn’t allow the user to walk through the portals themselves. “HoleLenz Gate” does exactly that and it’s bad for people who are afraid of heights.

Developer Kei Voxel has been tinkering with this impressive experiment for a while now. You can see a compilation of his progress in the video below. But be warned, that it might cause a sinking feeling in your stomach. The holes in the floor certainly appear dangerous but when the user walks through the portal into a whole other location overlooking a mountain range, it becomes clear that this is some next level tech.

Jed Fisher's insight:

Very trippy, very clever, and i'm guessing very "magic leap" like. Nice to see people showing this stuff off in Hololens!

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