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Apple Vision Pro Review: A Portable But Heavy Cinema & Monitor With A Promising Spatial OS

Upload VR

Apple Vision Pro is a very impressive fusion of hardware and software, but it's by no means perfect. Apple Vision Pro Specs, Features & Details Apple officially revealed the full Vision Pro specs when opening preorders today. And Apple did not send UploadVR a review unit, we bought our own. But does it deliver?

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Intel to Buy Imagination Technologies or AMD’s RTG?

VRWorld

Back in August 2005, AMD moved to acquire ATI after a fallout between Hector J. By focusing and bringing new and returning the old talents into the fold, RTG is now a non-incorporated company inside AMD holding that is building new products for AMD, Microsoft, Nintendo, Samsung, Sony and potentially, for Intel.

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Creating Synthetic Photography, with ThreeKit’s Ben Houston

XR for Business Podcast

You've been in the space since, what, 2005, I believe? And it's great that Apple is pushing this pretty hard. There's a lot of rumors [that] Apple's working on that. But right now, reconfigurable AR technology already works both on Apple and on Android phones. Ben: Yes, it did start in Ottawa in 2005. It's awesome.

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Creating Synthetic Photography, with ThreeKit’s Ben Houston

XR for Business Podcast

You've been in the space since, what, 2005, I believe? And it's great that Apple is pushing this pretty hard. There's a lot of rumors [that] Apple's working on that. But right now, reconfigurable AR technology already works both on Apple and on Android phones. Ben: Yes, it did start in Ottawa in 2005. It's awesome.

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Creating Synthetic Photography, with ThreeKit’s Ben Houston

XR for Business Podcast

You've been in the space since, what, 2005, I believe? And it's great that Apple is pushing this pretty hard. There's a lot of rumors [that] Apple's working on that. But right now, reconfigurable AR technology already works both on Apple and on Android phones. Ben: Yes, it did start in Ottawa in 2005. It's awesome.

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What is the Spatial Web?

AR Insider

era, which has driven adoption from 1 billion Internet users in 2005 to nearly 4 billion in 2019. The screens of over 1 billion new smartphones became windows into the physical world because both Apple and Android added AR software to their operating systems. This has been the winning formula in the Web 2.0