This post curates resources shared via the backchannel of the Realities360 Conference being held June 26-28 in San Jose, CA.
I am a huge proponent of backchannel learning. There are many conferences I would love to be able to attend, but most people can only accommodate one or two each year. The backchannel is an excellent resource for learning from a conference or event, even if you are unable to attend in-person. I find curating and reviewing backchannel resources to be a valuable learning experience for me, even when I am attending a conference in person. Sharing these collections on this blog has shown that others find value in the collections as well.
Session Specific Resources
Rapid VR Simulations Prototyping with WebVR slides by Damon Hernandez
AR/VR Community Resources Google Spreadsheet
Google’s New VR Tours Let You Experience Imperiled Cultural Sites Around The World by Sean Captain
Walmart says virtual reality training is a hit with its staff by Jack Money
Augmented! Hands-On Rapid AR Development facebook LiveStream of session by Ann Rollins & Myra Roldan
Tiltbrush Tutorials (YouTube playlist)
5 easy, low-cost ways to do AR & VR in your classroom by Jaime Donally
Oculus Medium now lets you send VR art to your VR home by Adi Robertson
Niantic’s latest acquisition lets AR Pokémon hide behind the real world by Greg Kumparak
Enterprise AR Revenues To Reach $29.6 Billion by 2022 by Mike Boland
How to share 360 photos for viewing on Oculus Go or any other VR headset without installing an app
Clinical Virtual Reality tools to advance the prevention, assessment, and treatment of PTSD by Albert ‘Skip’ Rizzo and Russell Shilling
Google Glass 2.0 is a Startling Second Act by Steve Levy
VR helps us remember by John Biggs
Google’s free class teaches you how to create AR experiences by Jon Fingas
No, VR Doesn’t Create Empathy. Here’s Why. by Ainsley Sutherland
Oculus Venues tries to cram the stadium experience into a VR headset by Nicole Lee
Microsoft turns SharePoint into the simplest VR creation tool yet by Devindra Hardawar
Amazon Sumerian, a platform for building AR, VR and 3D apps, is now open to all by Ingrid Lunden
How AR And VR Could Help Get Humans To Mars by Mark Wallace
Tobii’s EyeCore will make next-gen VR experiences even more immersive by Andrew Tarantola
Why 2018 Will Be The Year Of VR 2.0 by Daniel Terdiman
I will be adding to this list as I continue to review the backchannel transcripts and find resources. I will tweet updates occasionally as additional links are added. If you know of a valued resource I should add to the list – or if something is inaccurate – please add it to the comments or tweet me a link to @LnDDave.
If you find these collections of value, I have posts that consolidate the backchannel resources from other conferences. An archive of all of these posts can be accessed by clicking the link below:
Click here to access the archive of backchannel resource posts.