Oculus chief scientist Mike Abrash still sees the rosy future through AR/VR glasses

At the Oculus Connect 5 event in San Jose, California, Mike Abrash said that the company's researchers have made progress on delivering cool new technology for both virtual reality and augmented reality glasses in a lightweight format. [Read More]

Summary… * Machine-Made


Oculus #VR chief scientist Mike Abrash has been one of Facebook’s best advocates for motivating developers to commit themselves to virtual reality.
At his keynotes, he tries to inspire people to do the hard work necessary to bring about the future.
That’s going to take a long time to become a reality, but Abrash pointed out the paths for technology to make it happen.
Today at the Oculus Connect 5 event in San Jose, California, Abrash said that the company’s researchers have made progress on delivering cool new technology for both virtual reality and augmented reality glasses in a lightweight format.
“In short, as far as I can see — and I can see pretty far — the future of #VR couldn’t be brighter,” Abrash concluded.

Opinion… * Man-Made


In future a single product will do both virtual reality (where you are fully immersed in a 3D world) and augmented reality (where you can see the world around you, with animations overlaid on top of it) using the same glasses product. #VR #AR #MR #Trend

Source: Venturebeat