Three Things You Needed to Know in August

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Lytro Releases First Footage Shot By VR Light Field Camera  Lytro publicly released its first footage from its light field camera, Immerge. Light field cameras capture images with a sensor similar to video or photography cameras, but can reconstruct the image captured in 3D through measuring light rays hitting the sensor. This reconstruction process allows for the adjustment of focus after the video or photo is taken. Visby CEO Ryan Damm said the new videos released are a good sign of what is to come. Visby is developing holographic light field technology for VR/AR. Damm believes that “holographic light fields are the … Read More

Top Insights from the 2016 Virtual Reality Analytics Web Summit

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Greenlight VR_2016 Virtual Reality Analytics Web Summit

  Day 1 of the 2016 Virtual Reality Analytics Web Summit started with a lively presentation from Jesse Schell of Schell Games and the energy level never let up. Day 2 was a full 8-hour online conference featured a full day of conversation about the current and future state of analytics and big data for the virtual reality industry. Here are four top insights from the conference:   1. User tracking practices represent the next frontier for VR   Object telemetry, biometrics, heat maps, optical tracking, as well as the evolving understanding of best practices for and understanding of user … Read More