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The Podcast behind the Science and Design of Virtual Reality and Spatial Computing. By combining our background in Cognitive Science and VR Research, we break down important Neuroscience to extract Design principles. Each week, we feature the companies, founders, and researchers that are shapers of this Immersive Tech Industry. Join our Discord community for Episode discussions, guest suggestions, and listener-only meetups!: https://discord.gg/rrgnxEk
 
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In this episode of AllThingsXR podcast, we have a conversation with Sarah Hill, CEO of Healium. Healium is a clinically validated mental fitness channel that uses virtual and augmented reality apps for the self-management of stress and anxiety. You can reach Healium at https://www.tryhealium.com The post Episode 21 : Sarah Hill – The role of AR/VR …
 
Video version available with the link below:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZExpV4XMeM&feature=youtu.beWelcome to EnterVR !Excited to bring you an insightful conversation as part of the VR UX design series featuring Martin de Ronde from Force Field XR. Martin worked on the Anne Frank house VR experience, one of the most powerful pieces of VR media…
 
Video version available on youtube with the link below:https://youtu.be/YiQuDgafNa0Welcome to EnterVR !Excited to bring you an insightful conversation as part of the VR UX design series featuring the Andy Tsen from Zenith. Zenith is an upcoming VR MMO with a passionate team and immense potential! Topics discussed: Managing real world player fatigue…
 
Video version: https://youtu.be/2vCrOeqhWkwWelcome to EnterVR !Excited to bring you an insightful conversation as part of the VR UX design series featuring the Lucifer M Star, a prolific VRChat world creator with some of the most popular spaces in the metarverse! In this talk we tackle subjects like:VRChat SDK 2 vs. SDk 3 . Getting feedback from us…
 
In this episode of AllThingsXR podcast, we have a conversation with Hart Woolery, CEO of 2020CV. 2020CV builds augmented reality applications combining machine learning and computer vision. The company was founded in 2017 by Hart Woolery, and is backed by Dallas Mavericks owner and Shark Tank star Mark Cuban. 2020CV has built a wide range of mobile…
 
In this episode of AllThingsXR podcast, we have a conversation with Adam Debreczeni, Co-Founder of Primer.com Adam has been involved in many products on AR/VR and creative roles. He’s been the co-founder of “Form” (acquired by Google). He also co-founded FitnessAR, one of the first viral ARKit apps which got acquired by Mapbox. He is now working on…
 
Check out the video version: https://youtu.be/cX5X0yiaPUgWelcome to EnterVR !Excited to bring you an insightful conversation as part of the VR UX design series featuring Sonya Seddarasan, a product designer with experience in mobile, AR and VR design.In this talk we tackle questions like:How to 2D designers can prepare to tackle the challenges of t…
 
In this episode of AllThingsXR podcast, we have a conversation with Dr. Sana Farid CEO at Munfarid group. Pioneer in HealthTech, XR and Artificial Intelligence, Healthcare Futurist, an avid researcher determined to use future tech solutions for societal well-being. Her ongoing research with NGOs seeking to counter malnutrition and neonatal diseases…
 
Watch the video version of the talk here: https://youtu.be/hfGGWfhmTpYWelcome to EnterVR !Excited to bring you an insightful conversation as part of the VR UX design series featuring the team behind the Virtual Hand Physics Lab and Holoception; Dennys and Roger from Holonautic!Show Notes:Why add some VR interactions over others?How was audio integr…
 
Check out the EnterVR youtube channel to watch our talk: https://youtu.be/rkqEp0FqdLEWelcome to the EnterVR podcast!Excited to bring you an insightful conversation on VR UX design featuring Olivier JT, creator of Synthesis Universe! Huge thanks to Olivier for being a true scholar and gentleman of the metaverse! Stay in touch with Olivier with the l…
 
Fredrik chats with Sara Vieira about The Opinionated Guide to React - the guide to making all the choices React doesn’t make for you (plus hooks). We talk about the magic train ride from Prague which led to the creation of the book, what the writing and publication process was like, and of course about the surprising and horrific code Sara uses to …
 
The Science and Design behind Virtual Reality Shownotes Jeff Powers, Cofounder of Occipital and Arcturus Industries joins Azad to discuss active depth cameras. Topics discussed: The market for depth cameras in 2014 for consumers, developers. Why they focused on mobile-first with the Structure sensor. Google's Tango project not being adopted. Buildi…
 
Huge thanks to Azad for being a true scholar and gentleman of the metaverse! Check out my impressions of Puzzling Places: https://youtu.be/84BE2qq8Mh4Stay in touch with Azad with the links below:https://twitter.com/Azaduxhttps://twitter.com/realities_iohttps://twitter.com/PuzzlingPlaceshttps://twitter.com/researchvrcastThanks for listening and than…
 
Welcome to the Enter VR podcast, featuring Jesse Filipko aka nomono. Excited to bring another conversation at the intersection of VR, business, design, technology, gaming and society. Join us on this wonderful adventure down the rabbit hole with topics spanning: -Half Life Alyx mods-Under rated VR cockpit games-VR and your mental health during the …
 
In this episode of AllThingsXR podcast, we have a conversation with David Johnston, lead producer and senior product manager of immersive technology (AR/VR) at BBC about the role of AR/VR in entertainment and media. David has been working in BBC and immersive technologies for the past 4 years and has been involved in AR/VR projects for TV. You can …
 
In this episode of AllThingsXR podcast we have a conversation with Robert Scoble, About his new book “The Infinite Retina” and spatial computing. Robert Scoble has been seeing the future ever since his dad, who was an engineer, moved him to Silicon Valley back in 1971 and has been studying the startups that bring the future since getting a tour of …
 
Paul Frazee returns to discuss the evolution of Beaker - the peer-to-peer browser for web hackers. Just released as a public beta, Beaker has gone through a lot of changes since October when we last chatted. Paul tells us about what Beaker is and some of the important concepts, such as feeds, the file system, and starting to create things on top of…
 
In this episode of AllThingsXR podcst we talk with Stefan Alexander, Vice President of Advanced R&D at North. Stefan Alexander, Vice President of Advanced R&D at North, has 16 years of experience building and leading engineering teams to develop new technology. At North, he built and leads the team behind Focals – the first all-day prescription sma…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Nate Ebel about special cases in programming - like the importance of performance when it comes to drawing. Then we discuss automation - also the topic of Nate’s talk at the conference. Code review should be an enjoyable thing! Nate discusses how to use tools to automate away all the little things you might…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Marianne Bellotti; keynote speaker, software anthropologist and frequent modernizer of legacy systems. We start our discussion talking about modernizing old yet mission critical systems, while they’re still being used, without breaking everything. “Legacy” might invoke ancient software, but even a young sys…
 
The Science and Design behind Virtual Reality Shownotes Petr Legkov, Krzysztof Izdebski, and Azad Balabanian, the three cofounders of the podcast come back together to discuss the last four years of VR, the podcast, and their lives. Topics discussed: Why/how the podcast started revisiting old arguments retrospection on VR industry over 4 years Retr…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Stephanie Gasche, who decided to use her skills from the agile software development world to make the larger world better. Stephanie started thinking about wanting to make a positivt impact, and how in many consulting jobs you can give a lot without getting to see a big-picture impact of your work. The refu…
 
The Science and Design behind Virtual Reality Shownotes Jessica Outlaw, a culture & behavior researcher and Rebecca Hyman, a mental health therapist to discuss human culture in-and-out of VR, VR marketing demographics, as well as representation in media. Topics discussed: Building non-violent cultures in VR VR's target demographics and identities T…
 
The Science and Design behind Virtual Reality Cofounder and CEO of Sketchfab, Alban Denoyel joins Azad to talk about all things 3D on the web. Topics discussed: Why sketchfab was created Why the large tech companies can't compete against Sketchfab's community The importance of having downloading/remixing functionality Why it’s difficult to be build…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Tomer Gabel. We start from Tomer’s talk about microservices, why the timing was right to do a microservices talk in the form of a retrospective, what is happening now, and how the answer to the question of whether you should go microservices has changed in the last few years. Tomer discusses how problems an…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Carmen Medina about affecting change in organizations. Carmen used to work at CIA, and talks about her work there as a heretic, working to affect changes at a theological level. How can you get your ideas implemented without being in a position of power? How can you sneak ideas through side doors? Why might…
 
Welcome to the Enter VR podcast! On this very special episode, I speak with my good friend Vasanth Mohan from Fused VR on a whole range of topics regarding the current and future state of the metaverse. Join us for a conversation full valuable VR industry knowledge! -Topics include:-Reselling the Quest for triple its price-Valve Index woes -Half Li…
 
Welcome to the Enter VR podcast! On this episode we'll be exploring the intersection of adult entertainment and virtual reality with special guest Ela Darling, the marketing director at ViRo club! (Virtual Romance Club). Join us for an awesome conversation at the edge of knowledge! Show Notes 1:00 Intro to Ela Darling3:00 Top 3 things Ela has learn…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Azad Balabanian about virtual and augmented worlds. Azad works with photogrammetry - a process of capturing environments and objects for, among onther possibilities, use in VR and AR. He also hosts the Research VR podcast and dives deep into all aspects of virtual realities. We start with discussing photogr…
 
Welcome to the Enter VR podcast! Join us for an amazing episode featuring my friend Yui Araki. Come learn about Yui's journey in the industry and catch a quick glimpse into the landscape of the VR community in Japan. Show notes:45: Yui's past life before VR.2:00 Yui's journey into the industry.4:00 Why Hatsune Miku makes so much sense in VR6:30 Hat…
 
Welcome to the Enter VR podcast! Join us for a special episode featuring my friends Jesse Filipko and Evan Young, with a short appearance by Bella, (spent the whole episode inside the Valve Index). Come learn about the latest VR use cases, how there's more to VRchat than just memes plus combining AR/VR in one seamless experience and more! Show note…
 
Welcome to the Enter VR podcast! Join us for an insightful episode featuring my friend Nobuyuki Tomiuga. Come learn about Nobu's journey through the VR industry! 1:00 How Nobu got introduced to the idea of VR.2:30 How Nobu first got involved with the VR community.7:00 SVVR did something special for the VR community.11:00 Google Cardboard was a doub…
 
Welcome to the Enter VR podcast! Join us for an awesome episode featuring Kent Kajitani, the CEO at Meson AR. Come learn about the AR industry landscape in Japan and much more! Show notes: 45: What is Meson AR?1:30 Kent's journey through the industry.4:00 Strategies and challenges Kent faces when selling to corporate partners. 6:00 Communicating th…
 
Fredrik talks to Paul Frazee about Beaker browser and making the web more peer-to-peer rather than client-server. Beaker also aims to make it radically easier to create and publish your own content rather Paul explains what Beaker browser is and the technologies it builds on. The central piece of technology is the distributed file system Hyperdrive…
 
The Science and Design behind Virtual Reality Google Earth, Hololens, and Disney VR pioneer Avi Bar-Zeev joins Azad to share his perspective of the 3D/VR industry over the last few decades and make predictions of the near future. Topics discussed & showlinks: working on early Disney's Aladdin’s Magic Carpet Ride VR experience (Road To VR article), …
 
In this episode of AllThingsXR podcast, we talk with Blair MacIntyre about WebXR and the implementation of AR/VR on the web. Blair MacIntyre is Principal Research Scientist at Mozilla, and a Professor in the School of Interactive Computing in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. At Mozilla, he leads Augmented Reality res…
 
The Science and Design behind Virtual Reality Jesslyn Tannady joins us to talk about CTRL-Labs's advancements in BCI's, finger tracking, and input methods for games and VR/AR. Topics discussed / showlinks: Holo-SEXTANT: an Augmented Reality Planetary EVA Navigation Interface CTRL-Kit, hand tracking and intent tracking Interesting use cases: Control…
 
Fredrik talks to Nolan Lawson - web performance expert, Mastodon instance maintainer, creator of a highly accessible Mastodon web client, and more. We discuss, among other things, the joys of distributed social media, where unlike centralized places like Twitter nobody can stop innovation when it comes to clients and interfaces and ways of use. Nol…
 
In this episode of AllThingsXR podcast we talk with Andrew Hart, CEO of Dent Reality. Andrew pioneered location-based AR and AR navigation, developing the most popular ARKit library on GitHub. His demonstrations of use cases from Point of Interest to Retail have become some of the most viral and well-regarded in the AR space. Last year he started D…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2018, Fredrik talks to Steve Klabnik about Rust and Webassembly. We talk a lot about error messages, based on Steve’s talk on how Rust handles and displays error messages. We discuss Rust’s error messages thinking an handling, but also error messages more in general, such how to think in order to produce error messages both devel…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2018, Fredrik talks to Judy Rees. We start from Judy’s presentation Getting them to get it and discuss the challenges of really listening, communication, and the how the clean language technique can help you both understand others better, and get your own ideas across better as well. Thank you Cloudnet for sponsoring our VPS! Com…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2018, Fredrik talks to Lisette Sutherland about making remote teams work, and working in remote teams. Lisette works remotely, manages remote teams, does extensive research, podcasts and has written a book on the subject. We cover topics from good tools to handling manager worries about remote work. And when Lisette talks tools i…
 
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