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HDMI 2.1 specs and features: Everything you need to know

HDMI 2.1 specs and features: Everything you need to know | TechConnect

HDMI 2.1 specs and features: Everything you need to know | TechConnecthttps://www.techconnect.com/article/3239084/smart-tv/hdmi-21-has-arrived-heres-everything-you-need-to-know.html?idg_eid=412374c121fe539738655f52ae490f8f&email_SHA1_lc=f6d5fe2a378ea202f8af35117edcb06be2465c6d&cid=tcon_nlt_techconnect_daily_2017-12-04Higher resolution audio and video, faster refresh rates, and more bandwidth will enable better experiences with movies, games, VR, and more.

How to design for Virtual Reality

How to design for Virtual Reality – Inborn Experience – Medium

How to design for Virtual Reality – Inborn Experience – Mediumhttps://medium.com/inborn-experience/how-to-design-for-virtual-reality-66d62e88791?ref=donvy.comToday we’re going to talk about Virtual Reality, yes, the trendy thing everyone is talking about. Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Samsung Gear, all that kind of stuff. But we’re going to talk more specifically about User Experience and User Interface in VR, and for everyone’s concern, User Experience and User Interface in VR are completely different than in normal web interfaces.

Pixar Makes Its Virtual Reality Debut With ‘Coco VR’

Pixar Makes Its Virtual Reality Debut With ‘Coco VR’ – Variety

Pixar Makes Its Virtual Reality Debut With ‘Coco VR’ – Varietyhttp://variety.com/2017/digital/news/pixar-coco-vr-1202587504/The Pixar of virtual reality (VR)  may just be Pixar, after all: The iconic studio announced its first-ever VR experience at Facebook’s fourth Oculus Connect virtual reality (VR) developer conferen…

How to experience VR on your iPhone with Google Cardboard

Cardboard has been available for iPhone for a shorter span than Android (and didn’t start on iOS), so it’s not surprising that there are fewer overall apps available. Still, many of the most interesting options are available on the App Store, and nearly everything is free.

Stanford built a ‘4D’ camera for cars, robots and VR

Stanford built a ‘4D’ camera for cars, robots and VRhttps://www.engadget.com/2017/07/25/stanford-4d-camera-robots/A team of Stanford scientists have created what could be the perfect “eye” for autonomous vehicles and delivery drones thus far. It’s a 4D camera that can capture nearly 140 degrees of information, allowing it to gather more information than conventional cameras in a single image. The researchers call their design the “first-ever single-lens, wide field of view, light field camera.”