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Mixed Reality Update #2

Google open sources VR pre-rendering tool Seurat, which is Google's scene simplification technology for mobile VR devices is going open source. This would allow developers to build powerful hardware by drastically reducing the level of processing required by high-quality VR assets. It simply pre-calculates and processes required calculations and removes everything that is not in the viewer's line of sight. Thus, VR hardware can easily provide high-quality experiences with 6DoF with a lower price tag due to reduced hardware constraints.

Kopin launches $500 smart glasses for cyclists and joggers Kopin launches their latest Solos smart glasses focuses on triathletes, cyclists, and joggers. These AR glasses, compatible with both iOS and Android, have interchangeable lenses, and music and voice control. Users have used earlier versions for turn-by-turn route directions, critical assistance, and hands-free access to phone-calls and music while getting real-time performance data in fr…

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