Driven by fundamental shifts in the types of devices available and their corresponding capabilities, the VR hardware market has undergone numerous changes in consumer and enterprise use cases. In this post, we explore the trends in consumer and enterprise virtual reality.
Clay AIR hand tracking and gesture recognition technology, which is already optimized for Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and 865, is now compatible with the latest Intel’s on-chip neural accelerator Movidius Myriad X. Hand tracking and gesture recognition integration made easier OEMs will be able to add basic gesture recognition features on top of devices equipped with […]
Clay AIR is offering a hand tracking and gesture recognition software development kit to select partners to enable hand tracking and gesture recognition on embedded cameras of virtual reality Pico and HTC devices. An Offering Available to Select Partners Using Pico & HTC Devices The beta version can be shared with key select partners who […]
Optimized hand tracking and gesture recognition technology creates seamless interactions with digital environments such as Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. The key focus of this technology is to optimize the end-user experience, and enhance the level of immersion, and intuitiveness in new virtual spaces for high-performance augmented reality and virtual reality use cases. Previously on our Blog: Clay […]
Facebook’s announcement about its AR glasses (Aria) and VR HMD (Quest 2) is proof that big tech players are still investing and believing that AR/VR HMDs are the future of computing. Project Aria It is exciting that this will launch as early as 2021, but it likely won’t have a display, so it’s definitely unclear […]