At the 2016 Intel Developer forum in San Francisco this August, Intel announced Project Alloy, an all-in-one virtual reality solution.
This month we introduce our newest VR newsletter deVR Beat; link to the keynotes from the Intel® HPC Developer Conference,meet the winners of the Intel® Modern Code Challenge and more.
This month we add persistent memory to our line-up. Read more about image classification, visualization and fly with the latest VR wingsuit!
Create a safe VR social environment and learn more about object detection specifically for drone videos.
Is that a ship or an iceberg? We find out this month along with applications to improve treatments for epilepsy and Alzheimer's disease.
Intel® Software Innovators Tim and Alex Porter Are Using Volumation Capture to Bridge the Gap Between Real and Virtual Worlds
Read about the future of the museum experience, an unwrapping app, parallel performance and more this month.
In the first post I spoke about the team and the project, while the second one has been all about the developer kit we are using, while I introduced also a few key aspects of Mixed Reality such as the Space Type. As soon as we received the devkit we started working and today I want to describe more key features of the Mixed Reality Toolkit and also suggest a few concepts on how to design your app...