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Vologram Messages – 3D Holograms From 2D Video


Volograms, an artificial intelligence (AI) company, today announced Vologram Messages, a new system powered by AI that’s capable of converting standard video into interactive holograms. The company has also partnered with volumetric video editing and streaming company Arcturus to provide more powerful cloud streaming.

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Google 6DOF videos review: move inside VR videos!

The Ghost Howls

Around 40 days ago, I reported to you the news of Google presenting at SIGGRAPH 2020 a new algorithm for recording, encoding, and decoding 6DOF VR videos , that is movies inside which you can physically move. Today I managed to try its demo , so let me tell you how is it cool being able to move inside a video! 6DOF Videos.

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Canon Releases VR Video Starring An Adorable Cast Of Kittens


The popular multinational photography company Canon has published an immersive 180-degree VR video on its official YouTube channel featuring a painfully-cute assortment of loveable felines. Canon describes the video as a “guided meditation” and the “purrr-fect way to de-stress.” L Dual Fisheye Lens.

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iPhone 15 Pro is Apple’s First Smartphone With Spatial Video Capture, for Viewing on Vision Pro

Road to VR

Apple today announced its iPhone 15 lineup of smartphones, including the iPhone 15 Pro which will be the company’s first phone to capture spatial video for immersive viewing on Vision Pro. “We use the ultrawide and main cameras together to create a three-dimensional video,” the company said during its announcement.

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Everyone Wins! How Games Can Improve Learning Outcomes Across Multiple Generations

Speaker: Stephen Baer, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of The Game Agency

Nearly 70% of American adults play video games. Because games provide a fun, motivational, and risk-free medium to compete, collaborate, and conquer. More and more instructional designers are asking what games they should use to increase the effectiveness of their training and to engage their target audience.

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Could Facebook’s AR Video Calls Solve “Zoom Fatigue”?


Spice up your video calls with AR games and party hats. With the COVID pandemic forcing many of us to adhere to social distancing measures, video calls have become essential in the way we work, socialize, and learn. This new category will let you share interactive AR effects with anyone on a group video call through Messenger.

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VR vs. 360-Degree Video: What’s the Difference?


A lot of people don’t understand the difference between 360-degree video and virtual reality – and in some cases, the difference can be pretty subtle. Here, we’ll look at examples of VR and 360-degree videos, as well as some of the complicated environments in the space between. What Is 360-Degree Video?

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The Key to Getting the Best Out of Video-Based Practice & Coaching

Speaker: Micah Eppler, Account Executive for Rehearsal of eLearning Brothers

Did you know that companies such as Paychex, 3M, and Honeywell are getting better results by incorporating video-based practice and coaching within their L&D strategy? From sales pitches to soft skills, learners are becoming top performers by applying and validating knowledge transfer using the unique benefits of video.