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Capture Virtual Reality with your Smartphone, Matterport, and Google’s Project Tanjo.

Mobile VR, Yes Please, Matterport hiring Top-Notch Team

Mat­ter­port is a com­pa­ny that start­ed from the XBOX (jobs at Microsoft) Kinect Hack­er crowd back in 2010. Founder and CEO Matt Bell was amazed by the robust abil­i­ties of the $150 Kinect. He envi­sioned a cheap­er and equal device that could let any­one map out rooms to cre­ate 3D mod­els acces­si­ble straight from the web. Dur­ing this same time he was work­ing in a ges­ture recog­ni­tion com­pa­ny that uti­lized very expen­sive cam­eras and bloat­ed files that need­ed spe­cial­ized soft­ware to han­dle it. Mat­ter­port wants to make $50,000 cam­eras unnec­es­sary and have cre­at­ed a $4500 cam­era that can trans­form 2D images into 3D Vir­tu­al ones. Mat­ter­port is already a huge hit with the real estate crowd. A year ago, Mat­ter­port (jobs at Mat­ter­port) got seri­ous about the com­mer­cial mar­ket, and raised a $16 mil­lion Series B to chase the real estate ver­ti­cal. Mat­ter­port tar­get­ed the com­pa­nies that help real estate work­ers pho­to­graph prop­er­ties. The com­pa­ny has already sold thou­sands of cam­eras, but are now being refu­eled by a very new injec­tion of $30 mil­lion and will be hir­ing out a top-notch team to make mobile VR scan­ning a real­i­ty.  Mat­ter­port wants to be more than a cam­era com­pa­ny, with the…

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Oculus Rift acquires Surreal Vision and it leaves Microsoft in the dust.

Oculus Rift acquires Surreal Vision and is and leaves Microsoft in the dust.

This news comes straight from the Ocu­lus Rift blog page, “We’re thrilled to announce that the Sur­re­al Vision team has joined Ocu­lus Research”! Sur­re­al Vision is a State of the Art com­put­er vision team that is spear­head­ing into the realms of real-time 3D scene con­struc­tion which basi­cal­ly means map­ping the phys­i­cal world on the fly in the same way self-dri­v­ing cars use LIDAR to see and cre­ate their envi­ron­ments. The tech­nol­o­gy gen­er­ates a pre­cise rep­re­sen­ta­tion of the real world in the vir­tu­al envi­ron­ment Ocu­lus pro­duces to the extent that a user wouldn’t be able to dis­tin­guish between the two expe­ri­ences. By bring­ing onboard Sur­re­al, Ocu­lus (jobs at Ocu­lus Rift) gains the exper­tise of the three found­ing PhDs, Richard New­combe, Rena­to Salas-Moreno, and Steven Love­grove all from Andrew Davison’s pio­neer­ing lab at Impe­r­i­al Col­lege Lon­don, So here is the mag­ic, if Ocu­lus Rift has the abil­i­ty to repli­cate the world around you in real time, you could do some pret­ty out­landish things. Imag­ine sit­ting in your liv­ing room with your bud­dy who just hap­pens to be a vis­it­ing Mar­t­ian all while shar­ing chips from a bowl on your cof­fee table or vice ver­sa. This can cre­ate a whole new lev­el of…

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Is the next exodus of mass media in 3D Optics, Gestural Interfaces and Augmented Reality?

Is the next exodus of mass media in 3D optics, Gestural Interfaces and Augmented Reality?

I am going to tell you right here, right now, we are in for a com­plete par­a­digm shift of what con­tent and adver­tis­ing will mean. I don’t want to scare you and I don’t want to change sub­jects, but I just dis­cov­ered the word – Tech­no-telepa­thy, you see what I’m say­ing, get ready to be flipped upside down. So back on track, have you heard of Microsoft Hololens or Ocu­lus Rift, how about Daqri Smart Hel­met? So with the Microsoft Hololens they’ve cre­at­ed a per­son­al and work­place device, a head­set that ren­ders 3D con­tent only the wear­er can see. To the out­sider you will just be wear­ing bug­gy eyed glass­es. This AR (aug­ment­ed Real­i­ty) sys­tem is over­lay­ing images and objects onto your liv­ing rooms and offices. Don’t wor­ry, It affords you the mobil­i­ty to maneu­ver about the space with­out injury. The head­set tracks your move­ments, pays atten­tion to your gaze and reor­ga­nize what it is you see by pro­ject­ing light at your eyes with no ill effect. Since the device tracks where you are, you can use hand ges­tures; for now it’s lim­it­ed to midair clicks by rais­ing and low­er­ing your fin­ger to inter­act with the 3D images. The head­band…

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