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Six Of The Best: 6th November

Six Of The Best: 6th November

Welcome to your Monday morning briefing of the most read stories on TheVirtualReport.biz:

 

Six Of The Best

These are the trending stories in the XR industry right now:

1) Every PS VR Game From PlayStation Paris Games Week

Reveals, updates and expansions for PS VR on show at Sony event, from indie devs to AAA blockbusters.

2) Bristol Virtual Reality Lab Gets £295,000 Funding

Opposable VR sets up space for South West SMEs to research XR, supported by the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England.

3) The London Heist Gets A Follow-Up. Kinda.

Sony London Studios shows first footage of the spiritual successor to hugely popular VR Worlds experience with Blood & Truth.

 

4) XR Indie Pitch Interview: Squidbeam Games On Robotic Mysteries In Twobit Odyssey

We speak to Laurent Kermel of Squidbeam Games, runner-up at The XR Indie Pitch at VR Connects San Francisco 2017.

 

5) XR Indie Pitch interview: SVRVIVE Studios On Miniature Horror In Kartong - Death by Cardboard!

We speak to Faviana von Heijne about coming third in the XR Indie Pitch at VR Connects San Francisco 2017.

 

6) Google Launches 3D Library, Poly

New online resource of downloadable objects and scenes aims to make content creation easier for everyone.

 

 

Six Of The Rest

These all-time all-star stories are some of our most popular articles ever:

  1. Feature: 25 VR Developers To Watch 
  2. Feature: The Size Of The VR Consumer Market (Updated, 3rd March) 
  3. Feature: Million Dollar Babies: The XR Studios That Are Smashing It! [UPDATE 6th Sept]
  4. Feature: The Best Apple ARKit Test Projects [UPDATE: 4th August] 
  5. Videos: VR University Sessions At VR Connects San Francisco 2017 
  6. News: VR Indie Pitch San Francisco Winners 

 

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