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Best Virtualrealityaugmentedrealityvrarxr podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
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Updated February 2020
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Virtuality Podcast is published twice a month featuring discussions with game developers, enthusiasts and technologists driving virtual reality and Augmented reality in Boston Massachusetts and around the world. It’s produced by Jason Parks (@jasonparksvr ) and hosted by Craig Herndon (@craigtherndon) and Neil Gupta (@MrNeilGupta). All three are thought leaders and organizers of the Boston VR and AR meetup chapters. We would like to keep sharing more about #VR & #AR with you so please consid ...
 
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Valentin Heun is a VP of Innovation Engineering at PTC where he is leading the PTC Reality Lab. His research focuses on new computer interaction methods for the physical space. His work was named by Fast Company as Boldest Ideas in User Interface Design, and has received global recognition. Powerful ideas are hidden in simple implementations 00’40”…
 
XR is changing how we learn. Lorenzo Vallone, from the Award winning studio Xennial Digital, sat down with us at VRX 2019 to share their thirteen STEM education experiences, A Magic leap climate change visualization, and their social impact work in Guatemala and Columbia. Xennial Digital won the award for the 2018 most innovative company by the La …
 
We sit down with Derek Belch, CEO of Strivr, to discuss enterprise VR training. Strivr is the leader and best known for their product delivered to Walmart installed in each store on over 17,000 Oculus Go's. The conversation begins around the origins of Strivr between Derek Belch and Jeremy Bailenson then moves into the details and challenges of onb…
 
After the reality virtually hackathon, we spoke with Brian Cohn from the winning team move2improve. Others on the team were Roghayeh (Leila) Barmak Betsy Skrip Cameron Peirce Chris Berry The reality virtually hackathon had 450 developers from 35 countries composing 105 teams competing for various prizes. 40% of participants were women/non-binary. T…
 
Charity Everett is an ARTiste who is working on a groundbreaking episodic storytelling project that utilizes AR while exploring the themes of humanity, and evolution of art, technology, and storytelling. Charity cut her teeth in XR while working on a VR musical experience as a part of the inaugural Oculus cohort. She has since completed multiple Ar…
 
Matthew Shifrin has been visually impaired his entire life and is working with Daniel Levine on Project Daredevil to make comics available in a more inclusive and accessible format than what currently exists. They are doing this with an experimental headset that allows for new sensations such as the feeling of flipping, falling through a portal and…
 
The automotive and manufacturing industries have huge incentives to simulate their parts and how the manufacturing process due to the high cost of the machinery. Another concern is for worker comfort and associated healthcare ergonomics involved in the manufacturing process. We speak with Andreas Werner of Advanced Realtime Tracking to learn how hi…
 
We try to understand how Virtual and Augmented Reality Visualizations are used to sell industrial products.We spoke with Joshua Smith from Kaon interactive at VRX 2018 in Boston to learn more. 0’00": Who is Kaon Interactive? 2’07": Using AR to show how medical equipment fits and works within a medical environment. 3’17”: Telling stories helps creat…
 
We chat with Ross Shain about his Sci-Tech Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts given to the Mocha team in 2013. Mocha has been used for the Harry Potter films, latest Marvel Movies such as Black Panther, and other known films such as Black Swan and Birdman. In short, In the Oscars for VFX the artist most likely used Mocha at some point in…
 
Welcome to part two of our Pax East Coverage! In this episode we talk with developers from Turin Italy and Melbourne Australia. In the first Interview we explored the VR experience "Blind" and speak with Matteo Lana from Tiny Bull studios to understand the inspiration and thought process behind the design choices. In the second interview(14'30") we…
 
Welcome to Part 1 of our Pax East Coverage. We talk with Montreal developer trebuchet about their second VR title "Jousting Time" and their original title prison boss VR. We then talk to Stuido about "The take" which is remincent of spy vs spy. It's a unique concept. Both Jousting time and the take make these vr experiences fun to watch and impleme…
 
We talk with Eric Vezzoli of gotouchvr and dig beyond haptics as a tool for increased immersion. We discuss how haptics is currently best used for training motor memory, the differences between U.S. and European start ups along with other uses for haptics outside of VR. Eric is the youngest awarded by the European Commission for outstanding researc…
 
Welcome to Season 2 of the Virtuality Podcast. We brought Kathy Bisbee on the show to talk about the Brookline Interactive Group and their Public VR Lab. Once a community broadcast group, Kathy has led the transformation into a media center with VR at it's focus. We talk about her projects locally and with the United Nations. 0'00" Brookline intera…
 
Join us as we reflect on 2017 and recap the big moments that stuck out for us this year! This is the first episode where we decided to just sit down and chat instead of an interview. Let us know what you think and may do more like this! 0'00" State of the industry: sales overview 2'00" AAA’s come in VR -Skyrim 4'00" Farpoint 5'25" Favorite VR exper…
 
We invited Hugh Hancock, founder of machinima.com and the person who coined the term of the art form “Machinima”. We discuss how Machinima’s early days relate closely to the VR medium today. Hugh’s background in film feature itself in the story and presentation of Strange Companies premiere VR title “Left-Hand Path” which released on steam November…
 
Lyron Bentovim is President and CEO of the Glimpse Group based out New York City. We cover the NYVR Expo, the challenges of being a startup, and how the Glimpse Group addreses those roadblocks. Later in the show we harp on the power of community and the importance of engaging your passion. Best part for us is when Lyron confirmed Boston is a potent…
 
We talk with Rachel Sibley from Leap Motion and discuss her background, the new Leap Motion interaction engine and their partnership with Qualcomm. Earmarked Sections 3’00”: Rachel's background 6’30”: embodied and active cognition 7’58”: episodic memory 11’52”: phantom pain and body transfer 14’55”: interaction engines and design 17’00”: deep prese…
 
The Virtuality Podcast is published twice a month featuring discussions with game developers, enthusiasts and technologists driving virtual reality and Augmented reality in Boston Massachusetts and around the world. It’s produced by Jason Parks (@jasonparksvr ) and hosted by Craig Herndon (@craigtherndon) and Neil Gupta (@MrNeilGupta). All three ar…
 
The Virtuality Podcast is published twice a month featuring discussions with game developers, enthusiasts and technologists driving virtual reality and Augmented reality in Boston Massachusetts and around the world. It’s produced by Jason Parks (@jasonparksvr ) and hosted by Craig Herndon (@craigtherndon) and Neil Gupta (@MrNeilGupta). All three ar…
 
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