Category: Mixed Reality

Nreal AR glasses

The Affordable AR solution from Nreal

With the recent news of Unreal Engine providing early access support for HoloLens 2 it got us thinking at OSF why all the big name AR solutions cost £2,000+ and and what are the alternatives for individual or small teams looking to start developing in spatial application.  We found one that’s shipping soon – Nreal…
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Unreal Engine Announces Early Access Support for HoloLens 2

Unreal Engine Support for HoloLens 2 Unreal Engine announced early access support for HoloLens 2 late last week. The release was launched on the website GitHub, to start developing a login will be required but once your all sorted GitHub will provide API’s to get you started developing. The HoloLens 2 currently is supported to…
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Interactive Window

Transparent Video Brings Windows To Life

This blipped up on our radar this morning, its a demo of a transparent film that is applied to windows to display video and it’s amazing. Alvyn Long of ATL Lighting Systems who posted the video on linked in said “P6.5 Adhesive video film applied to glass panel, brightness is about 2000nits here in this…
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Microsoft Mixed Reality Studio Review

The Problem With Microsoft Mixed Reality Capture Studio

You wont be seeing armies of volumetric Orcs or legions of stormtroopers coming out of a Microsoft’s Mixed Reality Capture Studio, not yet anyway. Microsoft are on a push with their Mixed Reality platform and along with their Mixed Reality Capture Studio solutions, but there’s a funky problem, call it a pain-point if you like. It’s…
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intel realsense

Mixed Reality Tools Intel RealSense Depth Cameras

Deep compositing with no green screen requires a volumetric, depth view of the scene. The Intel Realsense range of cameras are a consumer level mass product that allows creators to combine VR sets with real world images based on depth, so that elements like background and foreground can be easily separated from the camera image,…
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