-Magic Leap has some major ‘splainin to do
-Here is our most recent Youtube Quora Q&A video
-Commercial Real Estate: adapt or perish
-The NY Times is creating 360-videos with Hollywood Actors, for Youtube
This week, at Evara VR
Check out the latest Quora Q&A video on our Youtube channel.
This week’s question: If immersive virtual art becomes increasingly realistic, will it become indistinguishable from real life?
Check out the latest on our blog from Developer, TJ:
Are you a Real Estate Agent, Real Estate Investor, a Commercial RE or Timeshare Developer? We would love to work with you! We are looking for more ways to provide 3D Home Tours for our software. Please visit our website to learn more about what we do with Virtual Reality.
Don’t be a stranger! We would love to hear from you.
Did you check out our new app on Steam?
Last week, Evara released their very first VR application to Steam. At the time of the release, we were even featured on the front page of Viveport. If you’ve got an HTC Vive, you can download Steam and play the app for yourself, by clicking here.
If you don’t have an HTC Vive set, no worries! You can watch the demo video by clicking here.
Let us know what you think of the demo, we would love to hear your feedback!
On December 12th, 2016, Facebook launched 360-Degree Live streaming video.
Facebook has long been pushing to get more of their users to utilize their Live Video option, and for it’s maiden voyage of 360-live-video, they teamed up with National Geographic, to promote their new TV series, ‘Mars’. You can read more about the collaboration, here.
Don’t forget to view the very first Facebook 360-Live-Video, here!
As it turns out, the world’s most mysterious and hyped-up Tech Giant, Magic Leap, could be just that: hype.
According to The Verge, Magic Leap may have stretched the truth (a lot) on how far along their AR technology actually was, including heavily exaggerating their technology in one of their youtube videos.
You can read more about all of the damage control Magic Leap currently is looking forward to, here.
Guess what! Netflix is coming to a Samsung VR near you.
We’re interested in seeing which TV shows get adapted for VR, or what a TV series created specifically for VR would look like. Are you ready?
Read more about the project, here, or watch RoadtoVR‘s demo video of the experience, below.
Not only has Brandon Iribe stepped down from his role as CEO at Oculus, but the company has also announced that it will have two separate PC and Mobile VR divisions. You can read more about it the change at Oculus, and what that might mean for the company, and VR, here.
This Week, in Real Estate
Get your family the latest and greatest in Tech this year, for Christmas.
Here’s a list of the coolest tech gift for all price ranges.
Have you been keeping up with Commercial Real Estate? Looks like the CRE industry has a major fork in its road: Adapt or perish.
As cost of living increases, more and more millennials consider communal living. As a RE Agent or Developer, should this concern you? Read more about it, here: Communal Living: Should Real Estate Developers Be Interested?
Looking to work in Real Estate? Check out Bozzuto: This Maryland home builder was No. 172 on BUILDER’s Next 100 list.
Read more about it, here
This just in, from Pinnacle: 2017 Lifestyle and Design Trends
“We are seeing more and more people migrate towards a convenient urban lifestyle – one that offers less commute time and easier access to amenities such as restaurants, shops, public transport hubs and more.”
Tech For Fun
The New York Times releases a series of 360-videos with top Hollywood actors. Watch an episode, below.
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