With Pokémon GO becoming a new craze, @HereEast decided that it’s time to revisit a few makers, thinkers and inventors, who are looking at how virtual and augmented content can be developed.
Let’s take a look at four people who are in the process of making new technologies that capture our imagination in new ways…
Let’s rejig your memory. You may remember a few of these guys who @HereEast has spoken to in the past.
Joe Ryan is the founder of VRGO, a virtual reality chair which allows people to navigate in a game by simply using body movement. Want to find out more about his awesome project? Click here to read the full interview.
Hugh McDonaugh, Co-Founder and CEO of PropertyScape, is now making it possible for people to tour around their future (unbuilt) homes using virtual reality. Don’t fall for those wide-angled shots. Instead you can find out what he is doing for new home buyers and sellers by reading his story here.
Albert Kim, Founder of DoubleMe, is enabling users of his software to generate their own real time 3D content for augmented reality apps quickly and at a low cost. Read his full interview here.
Lastly, Caspar Thykier is CEO and Co-Founder of Zappar, and has been working on the game ‘Angry Birds’. He and his team are exploring augmented reality experiences with an aim to get everyone educated about how they can create their own VR and AR experiences. Click here to read what Caspar is up to.