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Spatial Beats: Gearing Up for AWE and WWDC

AR Insider

Welcome back to Spatial Beats, AR Insider's weekly series that features observations and insights of author and futurist Charlie Fink. This week, we "raise the curtain" for AWE USA and Apple's landmark WWDC. This post appeared first on AR Insider.

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Strivr Enhances Immersive Learning With Generative AI, Equips VR Training Platform With Mental Health and Well-Being Experiences


Strivr , a virtual reality training solutions startup, was founded as a VR training platform for professional sports leagues such as the NBA, NHL, and NFL. Today, Strivr has made its way to the job training scene with an innovative approach to employee training, leveraging generative AI (GenAI) to transform learning experiences. More Companies Lean Toward Immersive Learning Today’s business landscape is rapidly evolving.

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Quest 3 Features Confirmed in First Hands-on

Road to VR

It seems Meta is looking to stoke some hype for its next Quest headset just days before Apple is slated to unveil its own , as Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman released Quest 3’s first hands-on, confirming a number of features from previous leaks in the process. Gurman detailed a number of features in his hands-on with the upcoming mixed reality headset, saying that Quest 3 feels lighter and thinner than the Quest 2, featuring a stronger strap with fabric sides.

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Why are Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality the Perfect XR Pair?

XR Today - Virtual Reality

Artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR) are set to increase in popularity despite ongoing turbulent times for the Metaverse. Although the two emerging technologies differ, they work together to deepen connections between human beings and the digital world. Virtual reality combines hardware and software to immerse users in digital environments for numerous use cases, including learning, entertainment, therapy, and others.

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The Future of eLearning in 2022: A Sensitive Eye for Authentic Translation and Localization

Speaker: Chris Paxton McMillin, President of D3 Training Solutions

To avoid awkward and sometimes disastrous learning content, instructional designers must use authentic translation in the right context to get optimal results. For example, even a simple phrase like “got milk” translates to “are you lactating” in Mexico. Can you imagine what a straight translation might do to your course? With over 317 million people in the US and over 6.7 billion potential customers in the world, personalizing training seems logical.

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Google Leverages AI to Develop Project Starline

XR Today - Augmented Reality tag

AI is, without question, a powerful force within the technology industry. Emerging AI solutions appear as standalone or integrated tools for consumers and enterprises, the most notable being ChatGPT. OpenAI, the firm behind ChatGPT, now operates partially under Microsoft, bringing a mass wave of developmental resources to the conversational AI space – especially for enterprises with the rise of CoPilot.

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“Exploring Virtual Worlds with Tribe Greywolf VR on the Between Realities Podcast!”


This week on the Between Realities VR Podcast, Alex and Skeeva welcomed Tribe Greywolf for a unique discussion about streaming, content creation, and exploits within virtual reality games.

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Intel Discloses New Details On Meteor Lake VPU Block, Lays Out Vision For Client AI

Anand Tech

While the first systems based on Intel’s forthcoming Meteor Lake (14 th Gen Core) systems are still at least a few months out – and thus just a bit too far out to show off at Computex – Intel is already laying the groundwork for Meteor Lake’s forthcoming launch. For this year’s show, in what’s very quickly become an AI-centric event, Intel is using Computex to lay out their vision of client-side AI inference for the next generation of systems.