As the ecosystem around Mixed Reality heats up it’s getting more and more difficult to keep up to date on all the latest news and changes. This weekly newsletter / link blog will include links to many Microsoft articles as well as other blogs and resources posted online by the community at large. This may also include links on occasion that are not related to Microsoft but have relevance on Mixed Reality, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and other related areas.
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Update: I originally posted this with the wrong date title… Sorry!! It’s fixed now. 🙂
Sessions from Build 2017
Here are some of the HoloLens and/or Mixed Reality sessions from Microsoft’s Build conference this past week:
- ByteCubed: Making the move to mixed reality
- Immersive technology at Merck: Using Microsoft HoloLens to reimagine the molecular R&D process
- Lessons learned developing for Mixed Reality
- Simplygon: All 3D assets, any platform
- Virtual and mixed reality apps with C#
- Unity and Windows holographic tooling and intro to mixed reality
These are just some highlighted sessions. You can view all the sessions from Build 2017 over on Channel 9.
Here’s a collection of some of the most noteworthy blog articles posted over the past week; both from Microsoft and the Community at large. Some links may not even be about Microsoft technologies, as the purpose of this list to cover the industry at a large.
- Developers Visualize the Future at Build 2017 via Microsoft HoloLens
- ScopeAR’s Mixed Reality Smart Instruction Development Platform Now Supports HoloLens by Jason Odom
- “A Thousand Wows!” at Build 2017 via Microsoft HoloLens
- Mixed Reality Developers Build Excitement Together via Microsoft HoloLens
- HoloLens, Kinect and Telepresence by Greg Duncan
Mixed Reality / Augmented Reality
- I tried Microsoft’s first Mixed Reality headset and it was just like VR by Tom Warren
- A closer look at Microsoft’s Windows Mixed Reality Motion Controllers (video) by Surur
- Microsoft’s mind-bending ‘Mixed Reality’ concept is totally out of reach by Matt Smith
- Here’s what your PC needs to run Windows 10’s Mixed Reality VR by Ian Paul
- Back Away from the Burger! Microsoft Combats Overeating with AR Patent by Fionnuala O’Leary
- Momentum Builds for Mixed Reality at Build 2017 via Microsoft HoloLens
- SwapBots Is the Type of Idea the Mixed Reality Future Needs by Jason Odom
- Brief Reality: Industries Take a Peek at the Future of Augmented Reality by Tommy Palladino
- Magic Leap Opens Up Applications for Early-Access Beta Developers by Fionnuala O’Leary
- Blippar Brings App-Free Augmented Reality to Web Display Ads by Tommy Palladino
- Industries Take a Peak at the Future of Augmented Reality by Tommy Palladino
- Market Reality: Fastdata.io, Ultrahaptics Secure Funding for Contributions to AR by Tommy Palladino
- uSens Achieves AR/VR Tracking Through Single Stereo Camera by Tommy Palladino
- NR50: Next Reality 50 People to Watch: Aileen McGraw by Jason Odom
- How recruiters are employing VR to impress candidates by Andrew Woodberry
- NR50: Next Reality’s 50 People to Watch in Augmented & Mixed Reality by Jason Odom
- 5 fantastic things VR can do for children by Frank Upadhyay
Video of the Week
Microsoft & Human Interact: Players control the narrative in Starship Commander
Here’s another from the community!!
HoloMages – Shared Concept Demo Using Azure Cloud
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