Labeled as discuss in Niche Domain Discussion started by Elad n, Nov 12, 2017.
"Snapdragon 845, the company's latest premium mobile chipset, and will bring about new features like foveated rendering and room-scale tracking. According to Qualcomm, it'll also be 30 percent faster and use 30 percent less power than the Snapdragon 835 version...
the company said it has "supported customers in the launch of more than 20 XR (Xtended Reality) devices across standalone head-mounted displays and XR-capable smartphones."
own VRcasting. com
Qualcomm's new XR platform aims to bring room scale VR to mobile
Not mine lol but a company page.
THE REAL(ITY) TRANSFORMATION
YOUR XR CLOUD
Not many people posting their new names here.
This XR niche is a goer, so if anyone is still in doubt, better drink the coffee and wake up
did those recently
Enterprise XR’s Road to $39 Billion
CREATING AUTHENTIC LEARNING EXPERIENCES
XR Labs (Formerly known as Metarvrse) is a Products and Solutions Company operating in the domains of
frontier technologies such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, IoT and Ai.
With several Fortune 500s as clients, and solutions implemented across the globe,
XR labs is one of the fastest growing enterprise focused technology solutions company from India.
Seeing a lot of companies starting to re brand under xr . I think this is a very smart move position early in the game . Why would you have just a small piece of the technology pie when you can have the whole lot .
Whatever is missing, is on the way
Umbrella term meaning everything was taken so need a new term just my thoughts.
sorry ,can you clarify ? i dont understand.
Well if VRGAMES ARGAMES etc is taken time to make up a new term and cover them all bit of a tongue in cheek comment really.
Got it .
Tbh the more I think about it there is a very relevant need for an umbrella term.
I was skeptical at first but companies offering services/experiences in both the VR/AR field need a term that suggests they offer more than just the one reality service/product.
When you see some companies who were previously branding with just VR or AR switching their brand to XR it does make sense.
Individual VR and AR brands will still hold their value, but XR does offer certain companies a wider field of branding if the company in question plans to offer more than singular VR or AR moving forwards.
Yes it will have a long way to go to reach public adoption. But seeming some companies are already starting to switch, it is not an impossible scenario.
They are using the .co but really should try to get the .com.
.co is a good choice imo when the .com is gone, but you will always look second best and it will severly limit the global reach and perception of the brand.
Now I am not attacking .co for those of you who like it. But it never can replace a .com.
XRGlove(s) - com
Got only two so far:
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