Getting Started developing for Magic Leap: An overview guide and live demo of various features of the ML 1 live in Unity. See how to enable Controller tracking and input, enable spacial meshing and various objects and how to implement hand and eye tracking, all live with this session.
Due to their high efficiency and flexibility, web technologies are often the first choice when it comes to custom software development. Engaged communities and constantly improved open-source frameworks like React or Angular, facilitate the process even more.
We will show you how to create AR indoor navigation, establish remote assistance calls, display IoT data on machines, and configure a product in AR - all using the same platform.
Admix, a monetisation platform for Extended Reality (XR), recently announced the launch of the world’s first programmatic 3D ads for extended reality environments like VR and AR.
Join us to learn how to leverage the Admix SDK to start monetising your XR content today!
This session will cover Google's vision for immersive computing, bringing together its efforts in Lens and AR - all fueled by advances in computer vision and AI.
Audio augmented reality (AAR) is poised to become the new selling feature of headphones. Under the covers, AI and Machine Learning will propel new, sensor-driven audio augmented reality experiences. We’ll look at ways XR developers and Data Scientists can leverage AI and Machine Learning to enhance sensor driven experiences for a new breed of wearable audio devices.
Everyone is talking about data processing from 3D to augmented and virtual reality. But how safe are these data? Especially with larger construction projects, floor plans or machine data, many companies are afraid that their data can be stolen by competitors. In this tutorial, I'll explain how Vuframe makes your data safe by using our own data format.
Babble Rabbit is a mobile AR application built on the 6D.ai platform. It is a virtual pet experience in which the user interacts with a rabbit using spoken commands and by tossing virtual objects into the world. Babble Rabbit is a valuable testing ground for our studio, giving us a place to freely experiment as we seek solutions to the challenges of consumer-facing AR applications, while also collecting data from real users.
In this talk, we will share our findings from building and updating Babble Rabbit over the past year. We will talk through UX problems, the promise and challenge of speech recognition, and the current reality of AR Cloud-based applications. For each, we’ll discuss the solutions we arrived at through iteration, sharing video clips from work-in-progress builds, and actual user data.
While Babble Rabbit is a fun and whimsical application that can be enjoyed by a wide audience, the tech behind it and the learnings it has provided us have fueled our work for R&D departments at very large corporations in various industry verticals. Throughout this talk, we’ll connect our Babble Rabbit experience to more practical use cases.