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The VR and AR Markets Are Thriving

There’s no denying the fact that companies are still heavily vested in the world of VR and AR. Just this year alone we’ve seen large corporate entities acquire various VR and AR startup companies. According to Recode, Rothenberg Ventures, HTC/Vive X, and Facebook have acquired the most startup companies in the industry. On top of […]

Mark Zuckerberg Introduces Beta for First Augmented Reality Platform Today at F8

This morning marked the opening of Facebook’s F8 developer conference where Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, announced that they are making “the first mainstream augmented reality platform.” A closed beta version of this platform launches today for specific groups and individuals. According to Zuckerberg, people are moving away from text and embracing the camera’s benefit for social interaction. […]

Good News For VR eSports

Recently, Activate has released a report regarding the trajectory and growth in eSports and it’s looking bright. Real bright. According to the source, by year 2020 revenue levels in eSports will be in the billions. North America will reach around $1.6 Billion with Asia Pacific reaching around $1.7 Billion. All together the global revenue will […]

Facebook Recruits Executive Producer Rachel Franklin of ‘The Sims’ as Head of Social VR

Through the eye’s of Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook envisions to be the largest social VR platform in the future. With the tall task of achieving this goal, Facebook recently hired Rachel Rubin Franklin, former VP of ‘The Sims’ at EA. Rachel was highly visible throughout the Oculus Connect 3 conference that took place last week. She was a prominent […]