Breaking, Business, News, startups, Virtual Reality (VR)

Matterport joins Virtual Reality with CoreVR


Matterport, the company which got famous because their low-cost 3D Scanner that allows anyone to quickly and easily produce a realistic 3D model today announced the launch of CoreVR. This feature technology is a simple option to add VR support to any Matterport 3D Space, and that allows it to be one of the biggest, quickest, least expensive and easiest end-to-end system for delivering a VR experience of real-world space. With the launch of CoreVR, Matterport will enable CoreVR option for over 250,000 existing Matterport 3D Spaces free of charge and will continue to enable the CoreVR option for free for any 3D Space created through


Apple, Companies, Google, VR World

Google’s search engine crawler to stop identifying as an iPhone


While this change won’t really affect particular website users, it does mark a natural shift in Google Bot’s way of doing things. Until now, Google Bot identified itself as an iPhone running iOS 8.3, according to the company. This means that it fetches sites, crawls them and gathers important data – as Apple’s own browser. Now, after this update will make the agent identify as a Nexus 5X running Android 6.0.1 that will crawl the sites as Google’s own Chrome browsers it seems. “We’re updating the user-agent string so that our renderer can better understand pages that use newer web technologies. Our renderer evolves over time and the


Cloud Computing, Software Programs, VR World

Gmail Adds Seamless Photo Attachments from Smartphones


Google, the company behind the popular email app Gmail has released a new feature as part of the popular email program that allows images taken from your smartphone to be easily available in your email. This is Google’s way of easily resolving the problem that some users might have with trying to share their images from their smartphones with friends and family over email. Do keep in mind that this feature is designed to be used in Gmail’s web app and is designed to keep people’s phones in their pockets so that they don’t have to connect their phone to their computer to share images