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November 19, 2019

HTC Vive Hand and Finger Tracking

While we wait for Oculus to release the Finger Tracking SDK for the Quest, I’m playing around with HTC Vive’s implementation of hand and finger tracking to get a feel for the new input method and what advantages it unlocks!

August 16, 2019

Introduction of iTRA’s App, “Tager”

iTRA are in the development stage of a new App named “Tager” which allows the user to electronically tag items (hence the name). Currently, development is targeting a process to support and enhance the electronic PTW system and also as a potential replacement of QR codes.

June 25, 2019

Porting to the Oculus Quest – Part 2

Just to give you some context to how amazing this is, this model is a to scale 3D model of my house. The reason I am so blown away by the demo is that I am actually walking around my house when I recorded this video. The Oculus Quest tracking did not drift even the slightest bit.

June 19, 2019

iTRA Spatial Mapping Tags

Place persistent AR markers in the real environment and share them across devices for collaboration. No ugly QR or AR stickers needed. The app recognises your environment and loads previously created tags from cloud.

June 4, 2019

Porting to the Oculus Quest – Part 1

The plan is to port all of our existing applications to the Quest, without giving up too much of the quality and complexity in our scenes. Given that we are essentially porting to a mobile processor, this is going to be a big challenge.

April 2, 2019

iTRA Virtual Reality Project – Use of Fire Extinguishers

Building upon the success of the VR Prestart Light Vehicle Check which rolled out late last year, we have been working with one of our clients to enhance their Fire Extinguisher training by creating 3 Virtual Reality scenarios for their employees to experience.

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November 3, 2020

The Johnson & Johnson Institute is Enhancing Surgical Training

Surgeons normally train by watching experienced surgeons working. There is a gap here where VR can help.

October 20, 2020

HP Reverb G2 Omnicept Edition Revealed

Due in 2021, HP is planning to release their Omnicept Edition of its Reverb G2 Virtual Reality headset. It’s packed with some brand new features, most interesting is the face tracking sensors and its ability to measure stress levels and cognitive load of the user.

October 13, 2020

Augmented Reality for the US Military Dogs

Military working dogs are currently directed by hand signals or laser pointers, which works well when there is line of sight. Equipping Augmented reality goggles to the worker dog makes sense doesn't it? This could offer special forces and their canines companions a new way to communicate.

October 6, 2020

Virtual Reality Training for Construction is Coming Fast

Many say that the best learning happens on the job, with this being very true as you get a practical sense of how you are going to perform your task. The best situation for someone who is starting their new job is to practice physically but without any risks. VR offers this and with the right software and devices it’s possible to simulate a students work environment with a great degree of accuracy.

September 30, 2020

The Oculus for Business Solution

Oculus for Business is a Virtual Reality platform for enterprises, providing software and a structure to manage VR deployment with a tailored experience. Most importantly, it gives organisations control over a fleet of headsets, including enterprise-grade customer support provided by Oculus.

September 22, 2020

Oculus Quest 2 is here

While the Oculus Quest 2 has kept a lot of the original features that have worked, like the stand alone design, there have been improvements made in other areas that were needed, like a reduction in weight, improved screen and as a whole feels more comfortable.


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