Michael Ciuffo on 3 common pitfalls of VR hardware development at AWE 2018

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Michael Ciuffo on 3 common pitfalls of VR hardware development at AWE 2018

Recent News - Jul. 18, 2018

General Purpose? or Application Specific? Technical limitations still make VR hardware cost-prohibitive for many, so careful consideration of the application and market must be applied very early in the development process. Get insight on how to avoid common pitfalls made during product conceptualization and leave with a good understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of outside-in optical tracking technologies.

Watch the presentation here: https://youtu.be/LeiPrXjUeKo

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