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Hyper-Realistic 3D Puzzler ‘Puzzling Places’ Heading To PlayStation VR


Think of it as a VR jigsaw puzzle, only instead of connecting cardboard pieces to create a 2D image, you’re assembling 3D miniatures of historic locations such as Tsuruga Castle in Aizuwakamatsu, Japan; the Tavet Monastery in Tavet, Armenia; and the Devils Slide Bunker in Pacifica, CA, United States just to name a few.

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‘Puzzling Places’ Is A Can’t-Miss VR Puzzler On Oculus Quest


Cultural Heritage of Armenia – Five puzzles of Monasteries, Fortresses, and Temples from Armenia. As part of its official launch on Oculus Quest, each of the following puzzles are now available in 25, 50, 100, 200, and 400 pieces: City of Biarritz – Three puzzles of the picturesque French Atlantic coast.

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Puzzling Places Can Now Be Played In AR On The Quest


The game comes with 16 original puzzles to complete, including Kushi Yaki Restaurant in Japan, the Khor Virap Monestary in Armenia, the Coast of Basquez in France, and a Union Pacific Railroad Car in the United States. You can even lean into each puzzle and listen to audio recorded on-location. ’ Puzzling Places is available for $14.99

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Assemble 3D Puzzles In VR With Puzzling Places On Oculus Quest


Broken up into 98 individual pieces, players assemble a gorgeous 3D scan of the Tatev Monastery recorded on-location in Armenia. Scattered throughout the environment are a handful of reference images portraying the monastery from various angles.

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‘Puzzling Places’ to Bring its Engrossing 3D Jigsaw Puzzles to PSVR December 14th

Road to VR

Puzzling Places is set to release on PSVR with five main puzzle packs that span historical sites (and interesting gubbins) in Sweden, Armenia, France, the United States, and Japan.

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We should Volumetrically Capture the Important Ones until it's not late…


Its Armath Generation , kids that are learning robotics, programming, 3D printing in school age, and there are 250+ Armath’s around in Armenia that was created by the vision and daily hard-work of this Great man and his team. His life was dedicated to his work and vision to make Armenia advanced in Tech like Singapore or Japan.

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3 Ways Non-Profits Are Exploring Augmented Reality


WWF-Armenia “Take a picture with the Leopard” contest. WWF-Armenia also launched a similar campaign, for the conservation of the Caucasian leopard, called Take a Picture with the Leopard. The Ellen Fund helped develop the game to raise awareness of conservation efforts for the mountain gorillas.