It’s been another busy week in AR+VR! In addition to keeping you up-to-date on the top AR+VR news, funding activity, and launch announcements, here are the three stories you need to know: Stanford AR study, HoloLens surgery findings, and Tilt Five Sneak Peek
Stanford researchers find that people's interactions with a virtual person in augmented reality influenced how they behaved and acted in the physical world.
Meanwhile, a new study by IEEE suggests Microsoft's HoloLens is not fit for AR-assisted surgery.
Finally, Jeri Ellsworth, formerly of CastAR, is back with a sneak peek of Tilt Five, an AR system for tabletop gaming.
Vive Pro Eye Now Available in Europe, Starting at €1,700 (Road to VR)
Google is launching YouTube on the Oculus Quest (The Verge)
Google Is Shutting Down Its Jump VR Video Program (Variety)
TPCAST Air for Oculus Go Begins Shipping to EMEA Markets (VR Focus)
Oculus Quest will have Bigscreen's VR theater on launch (Engadget)
North's Focals get updated with conversation mode (Slashgear)
Arm unveils Mali-D77 display processor aimed at VR head-mounted displays (ZDNET)
Nomadic rolls out new mixed reality arcade in Las Vegas with Area15 (VentureBeat)
Tactical Haptics will launch dev kit preorders for 'haptic controllers' on May 29 (VentureBeat)
The Statue of Liberty gets an AR app (TechCrunch)
Unity Beta 2019.2 Adds Face, 2D & 3D Image Tracking to AR Foundation (Next Reality)
Microsoft announces Minecraft AR (Windows Central)
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