Interviews

Eliminating the guesswork in VR/AR apps with Observer Analytics
August 31st, 2018 | Interviews, Virtual Reality
Observer Analytics have a platform coming soon to help VR/AR devs improve their apps using aggregated data on how people are interacting with their experiences. Lucas Toohey, CEO and co-founder, gives the lowdown on analytics in VR/AR and how their platform works.
Sharing voxel art in AR with ShareVOX
August 22nd, 2018 | Augmented Reality, Interviews
I'm a fan of the blocky-style voxel art reminiscent of Minecraft and 8-bit games. The team at Phoria have taken it to a new level with shareVOX — a way to create voxel art together in AR, in real time, on your phone! Trent Clews-de Castella, co-founder of Phoria, was kind enough to share what they're up to with shareVOX and more in the lead up to Magnify World Melbourne.
Plattar CEO, Rupert Deans, on bringing WebXR to their platform
August 21st, 2018 | Augmented Reality, Interviews
Not only can the Plattar's AR platform create iOS and Android AR apps, they've now released a WebXR Device API that will start bringing AR to the web via their platform too! Rupert Deans, CEO and founder of Plattar, shared some details with Dev Diner on the exciting news ahead of Magnify World Melbourne.
Barry Sandrew on bringing colour to classic films, 3D to new feature films and the potential of VR/AR
August 1st, 2018 | Augmented Reality, Interviews
Barry Sandrew is a neuroscientist who invented a process for colorising B&W films and bringing 3D to 2D movies! He was kind enough to have a Q&A on his experiences and what he sees in the future for VR/AR. He'll be speaking about the journey of alternative realities at Magnify World in Melbourne this month.
How you can take advantage of the endless opportunities in AR
July 26th, 2018 | Augmented Reality, Interviews
Pat Hull is a serial entrepreneur on a panel at Magnify World in Melbourne next month to talk all about investing in the VR/AR space. He was kind enough to take some time out to talk about VR/AR's potential and give his advice for budding VR/AR entrepreneurs.
This team is building a new platform for moving around in VR
May 23rd, 2018 | Interviews, Virtual Reality
Puya Abolfathi and his Sydney-based team at Visospace are putting together smooth omnidirectional locomotion using a hoverboard-like device called the Alto100. It has reached 100% funding on Indiegogo this week and I wanted to get some more detail on their tech!