Where To Find Virtual Reality Developers

where to find virtual reality developers
Virtual and Augmented Reality are both so new in terms of broad consumer adoption that demand is only now becoming big enough for developers to focus solely on creating VR and AR content. The creators and entrepreneurs who cultivate the skills to become or network with the best augmented and virtual reality developers NOW are going to reap the most benefits in the next 3-5 years. Mobile VR/AR is going to be an Internet-sized market and very simplistic AR apps will continue to be the cherry poppe...
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What Is Google Daydream?

The Google Daydream Logo
Google Daydream is the second virtual reality developer platform Google has released. The first one is Google Cardboard. The main difference other than a more vivid and immersive experience for users is hardware. End users will have a controller capable of 3 degrees of freedom which also has a trackpad and they'll have a better HMD (head mounted display) than Cardboard. There still won't be head tracking yet though (at least not until phones come with the necessary hardware to carry it out)....
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Advice For Virtual Reality Developers From Unity, Crytek, and Epic Games CEO’s

Unity, Epic and Crytek CEOs on the future of VR
These videos are from the VRX USA Conference in San Francisco a few months ago. They're a good inside look for virtual reality creators to get inside information from the CEO's of the main three VR content development engines. Many thanks to Pete Carkeek and the rest of the VR Intelligence / The VRX Event Series team for making these available to virtual reality content creators and aspiring creators. I'll definitely be keeping track of Pete's website and I encourage you to sign up for updates f...
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Where To Learn How To Make A Google Cardboard App

How to make Google Cardboard Apps
The first part of this article will sound very similar to one from the other day about learning to create games in Unity 3D. And that's because it's the same concept. Here goes: It's a funny thing, but a lot of people including myself have a tendency to go looking for the perfect YouTube tutorial or article on how to do stuff like make Google Cardboard apps. However, where do the people creating those tutorials learn about it? Do they work for the company? Maybe sometimes, but definitely not ...
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Where To Learn How To Create Games In Unity 3D

Links to Unity learning resources.
It's a funny thing, but a lot of people including myself have a tendency to go looking for the perfect YouTube tutorial or article on how to do stuff like make video games. However, where do the people creating those tutorials learn about it? Do they work for the company? Maybe sometimes, but definitely not always. Do they have an inside source giving them the scoop? Doubtful. Did they go to school for years to learn these amazingly technical skills? *picking myself up from the floor* Bhahahaaha...
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Project Tango Apps: The Next Big Thing?

Will Google's Project Tango Become The Next Big App Store?
Yes, that article title is exaggerated, but it got you to click and so here we are. There are going to be a lot of opportunities for VR/AR content creators and no one really knows which platform is going to be the most profitable yet. Moving on. First, what is Project Tango? It's a technology from Google that enables mobile devices to detect their position relative to the world around them with computer vision instead of using GPS or external signals. When a smart phone or tablet can tell where ...
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The First All-In-One VR Camera (And It’s Only $1,800)

The Orah 4i Live VR Camera
Hello friends, This is a quick post to let you know about a product I just heard of. The company Video Stitch is releasing a new camera for live VR video. The video is in 4k and if you sign up before April 30th it only costs $1,800. It's supposed to ship this summer and could be a really low risk way to start creating VR content. If you want to find out more information check out their website: https://www.orah.co. -Justin
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Want To Get Involved With VR / AR? START HERE.

Vision Summit 2016 for VR/AR Content Creators.
“Vision Summit is an all-new (March 2016) cross industry event for artists, engineers, programmers, designers, musicians, directors and producers, hardware manufacturers and researchers. It will be a unique event focused on furthering the knowledge base of anyone developing virtual and/or augmented reality content.” For those of us who couldn't attend the first Vision Summit Conference here is a link to 50+ videos of the talks. The head of Playstation VR, the head of Unity, the head of Google...
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