For decades, VR has been a dream for video gamers. Despite infamous disappointments like Nintendo’s Virtual Boy, the goal of creating fully-realized VR experiences for immersive gameplay has remained. After countless iterations of vaporware, VR is finally becoming a reality. VR is far from perfect, but hardware like PSVR, Oculus Rift, and the HTC Vive have made it far more appealing for developers and consumers alike. Investing in VR no longer requires thousands of dollars and state-of-the-art machinery. Free software and affordable VR headsets present an opportunity for relatively low-cost investment for new developers. Here are 5 tools to jumpstart your VR project:
We are barreling toward a future of automation. A great proportion of the six million US manufacturing jobs that have disappeared over the last few decades were lost as a direct result of automation’s slow absorption of physical labor and factory work. Now the pace is quickening. Because of the rapid development of artificial intelligence, the reach of automation is expanding, too.
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