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May 3, 2017
Here’s how to use your controller with SPIN Play, which currently supports playback on Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
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Aug 14, 2019
At our core, we’re a group of tech lovers who are invested in the way XR can change the world. While we’re plugged into how XR is shaking up the world of Learning and Development, we’re well aware of the shockwaves it’s making in consumer tech, entertainment, and beyond. Let’s take some ti...
Aug 13, 2019
Say Goodbye to Role Play : VR Is Reinventing Practice In The Workplace An effective training program relies on two basic components: great content and authentic practice opportunities. Learning + Doing = Remembering. The most comprehensive, well-written training program isn’t complete until traine...
What is SPINXR? And Why Should You Use It? While playing 360° videos using SPIN Play on an XR headset is ideal, sometimes we need to watch the experience on our computer, tablet, or phone. With Pixvana’s spinxr.com it only takes one-click to stream your immersive experiences on whatever devic...
Aug 2, 2019
Scott Lynch is the Head of VR Development at Chicago-based VOYRE, a VR video production company. Tywen Kelly, our resident XR evangelist, sat down with him to discuss his experience as a leading VR video producer and how he leverages SPIN Studio Pro to bring his experiences to life. Scott has worked...
Jul 26, 2019
Virtual Reality (VR) experiences that are made in VR are becoming more abundant, more robust, and more popular. Yet, still, there is no easy way to talk about these experiences. I could say “this experience was made in a VR headset”, but that’s a mouthful. I could get fancy and call it a “...
Jul 17, 2019
As virtual and extended realities have evolved from a far-off possibility to a present-day industry, the language surrounding the media is due for some clarification. Terms like “AR,” “VR,” “MR,” and “XR” have been used interchangeably — and often incorrectly — to describe everyt...