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VR comes to NAB; Ozo grabs big mindshare

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Kathleen Maher

This year it seemed everyone at NAB has a VR story. Nokia Technologies has gotten out in front in the news with its Ozo VR camera, a large, flashy booth, and very slick content.

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Autodesk puts VR links into Stingray and Maya LT

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Randall Newton

HTC Vive and Oculus Rift are now supported in Stingray. Maya LT adds more flexibility to bipedal character rigs. Everybody ...

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JPR to host press at Laval Virtual

BY
Randall Newton

Europe’s largest conference on virtual reality has become an essential gathering of industry leaders. Jon Peddie Research will host a ...

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2015 was …

BY
Jon Peddie

Amazing developments, shocking corporate changes, and a slowly recovering economy— what’s not to like? By Jon Peddie It’s that time ...

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JPR names panel for annual Siggraph press luncheon

BY
GfxS staff

This year’s all-star panel will discuss how the real and the virtual are becoming one in computer graphics.    It ...

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Oculus makes new friends reveals new products

BY
Kathleen Maher

Oculus unveils new headset, prototype hand controls, and a relationship with Microsoft to get out ahead of the news onslaught coming with the E3 game conference.

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Virtalis building new business with Visionary Render Software

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Kathleen Maher

The pioneer in visualization/simulation has a new deal with ZSpace. Virtalis has been very busy over the past 90 days, ...

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Virtual Reality makes a comeback at Game Developers Conference

BY
Kathleen Maher

Sony demos prototype VR system called Project Morpheus.   By Kathleen Maher You didn’t ask for it, you didn’t know ...

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The coolest booth at Siggraph

BY
Randall Newton

Oculus is showing off the next version of its Rift virtual reality gaming goggles by appointment only. In a back ...

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Vuzix races to meet Google in wearable computing market

BY
Kathleen Maher

Vuzix is rapidly building products to meet a need the company believes will materialize in a short time -- heads up displays for wearable computing. The company is racing to complete development on its Smart Glasses line that are similar to the Google Glass idea.