Audio/Video, Breaking, Hardware, Mobile Computing, News, startups, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World, Wearables

Can Vuze Become the Next GoPro?

Just two years ago, betting on VR / AR was considered visionary, with scattered remnants of an ill-fated attempt to immerse us in a three dimensional world with quite frankly, a sub-par experience. 3D glasses would work if every household bought a 70-85″ TV, but the reality saw 32″ TVs being sold with 3D glasses. Virtual Reality transplants you from one world to another and the real money lies in finding the next YouTube, a website that redefined Internet as we know today. Numerous companies rode the coattails of small Silicon Valley startup that got swallowed up by Google. Red Bull and GoPro both based their marketing / business model around video content on YouTube,

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Breaking, Business, GPU Technology Conference, Hardware, News, startups, Virtual Reality (VR)

Camera Maker Lucid VR Receives $2 million Seed Round

Raising capital is never easy, even if the idea you have might be a revolutionary one. If your idea is a piece of hardware, raising capital in a software-driven industry is extremely hard, but not impossible. Case in point is Lucid VR, a tiny startup launched by a Berkeley and Stanford graduates. During the GPU Technology Conference, we met with Han Jin and Joe Hill from Lucid VR. Han is a co-founder and CEO of Lucid VR while Joe is a chief hustler, i.e. company evangelist. Described as “world’s only 3D 180-degree Virtual Reality camera”, LucidCam is a combination of innovative hardware design and software that enables instant watching of

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3D, Audio/Video, Augmented Reality (AR), Breaking, Business, Entertainment, Graphics, Hardware, News, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World

Nokia Launches a Surprising VR Device: Professional Camera

Without any doubt, Nokia is one of most versatile companies in the world. This company was founded in 1865, and the products the company made since its inception till today is almost deserves to name the company chameleon, not Nokia. After a lot of changes, the company is now consisted out of three business units (Nokia Networks, Nokia Here and Nokia Technologies), one of which is currently in the process of sale, probably to a joint German automotive maker effort (VAG AG represented by Audi, Daimler AG represented by Mercedes-Benz and BMW). Given that Nokia Technologies is tasked with the return to mobile space, we were caught off-guard

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