• Oculus' Passthrough API will enable experiences that mix VR and the real world

    2 monthes ago - By The Verge

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    Facebook announced a new API that will let developers incorporate video from the Quest 2's sensors into their games and applications, creating a mixed reality experience. With the Passthrough API, developers will not only be able to mix the black-and-white images from the headset's sensors into their experiences, but they'll also be able to customize how it ends up looking to the player, apply effects, and even have the real world show up on specific surfaces.
    Facebook's announcement includes examples of how the API could improve productivity...
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  • Facebook's Oculus Quest 2 is experimenting with blending VR and the real world - CNET

    Facebook's Oculus Quest 2 is experimenting with blending VR and the real world - CNET

    2 monthes ago - By CNET

    Facebook's AR glasses are still not a reality yet, but the Oculus Quest 2 could be the stepping-stone
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  • Oculus Passthrough API puts VR user back in the “real” world

    Oculus Passthrough API puts VR user back in the “real” world

    2 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    This week Oculus Passthrough API Experimental was released, giving creators a way to build and test mixed reality experiences for VR and AR devices. Since this is made by Oculus, it's pretty safe to say that the software will be aimed at Oculus devices, but the implications of what we're seeing is far more important than one platform. The software...
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  • Oculus announces Passthrough API that will enable apps that blend the real and virtual worlds

    2 monthes ago - By WMPoweruser

    Oculus today announced the experimental version of Passthrough API which will enable developers to build apps that seamlessly blend the real and virtual worlds. For example, Passthrough API apps will enable users to collaborate with a remote person through virtual monitors, while accessing their physical keyboard and desk. Another example is user can stay engaged...
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