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Microsoft and Meta to ‘deepen partnership’ with ‘Windows Volumetric Apps’ on Quest

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At Microsoft’s Build developer conference the company announced it was bringing Windows Volumetric apps to Quest, which Microsoft calls a way to “extend Windows apps into 3D space.” Image courtesy Microsoft “We call these Volumetric apps,” Davuluri says in a blog post.

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Reality Bytes: Microsoft, Uber & Google

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This week on Reality Bytes, we go to court with Microsoft, embrace Uber’s takeover of everything, and build a whole new world with AI. This post appeared first on AR Insider.

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NVIDIA CloudXR is Launching on Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and AWS

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NVIDIA is continuing the rollout of its CloudXR technology on the three leading cloud computing platforms: AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud. The post NVIDIA CloudXR is Launching on Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and AWS appeared first on Road to VR.

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Spatial Beats: Microsoft, Apple & Google

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This week, we look at Microoft's big deal, Apple's Metaverse shun and Google jumps back into AR. Welcome back to Spatial Beats, AR Insider's weekly series that features observations and insights of author and futurist Charlie Fink. This post appeared first on AR Insider.

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Microsoft Releases Initial Azure Cloud Rendering Support for Quest 2 & Quest Pro

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Microsoft announced it’s released a public preview of Azure Remote Rendering support for Meta Quest 2 and Quest Pro, something that promises to allow devs to render complex 3D content in the cloud and stream it to those VR headsets in real-time. Image courtesy Microsoft, Fracture Reality The JoinXR model above was said to take 3.5

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HoloLens Optics Chief Joins Google Amid Reported Push for Upcoming Google AR Headset

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Bernard Kress, principal optical architect on Microsoft’s HoloLens team, has left the company to take on the role of Director of XR Engineering at the recently formed Google Labs. Now Kress is back at Mountain View working on Google’s next AR headset.

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Spatial Beats: Google, Microsoft & OpenAI

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Welcome back to Spatial Beats, AR Insider's weekly series that features observations and insights of author and futurist Charlie Fink. This week, we look at the continued collision of AI and XR. This post appeared first on AR Insider.

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