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What Kind of Reality is This?

πŸ“Ί 027 - Aysegul Yonet πŸŽ™οΈ Frank Boucher


Did you know that there multiple types of virtual reality? In this episode of All Around Azure Aysegul join Frank to explains what are virtual reality, augmented reality, some other also known as XR.

After a few demonstrations from Aysegul, she will explain some of the challenges creators could encounter in this field. Fortunately, there are many different tools available to help to learn and creating solutions in XR.


Useful Links

πŸ”— Azure Free Account

πŸ”— HoloLens Unreal Development Overview

πŸ”— Mixed Reality UX Tools for Unreal

πŸ”— Unreal Performance Settings

πŸ”— 30 Days of Unreal Twitch Stream

πŸ”— Mixed Reality Unreal Samples

πŸ”— Mixed Reality Curriculum

Azure Spatial Anchors

πŸ”— ASADocumentation

πŸ”— Azure Spatial Anchors Releases

πŸ”— Azure Spatial Anchors Samples

πŸ”— Anchors Best Practices

πŸ”— Anchors Way Finding

Learn more about Ayşegül Yânet

πŸ”— Twitter: @AysSomething

πŸ”— Bio

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