Facebook just held their annual Oculus Connect presentation. In it, they revealed some new features and technology – most notably for the Oculus Quest. As supporters of the recently released headset, and XR as a whole, here are all the features that we think will be quite promising, and really challenge the future of XR.
If you haven’t watched it already, you can do so here.
Throughout history, the human race has always strived to innovate; and in the modern era, this is no different. We live in a world filled with technology, where people across the world can talk to each other at the touch of a button, and it’s possible to do groceries without leaving home. In today’s society, technology is developing at a faster rate than ever before – and so new innovations, previously thought to be out of arm’s reach, are opening themselves up to the average consumer.
One of these technologies, XR, has been around for a while now, but is just starting to reach the hands of the general public. By this point, some of you may be asking yourselves: “What exactly is XR, and how can it benefit me?”