Episode 23: Know your realities: VR, AR, XR, MR [podcast]

Aug 16, 2018

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Host PJ Jacobowitz welcomes XR experts Hiren Bhinde, Director of Product Management, and Thao Le, Marketing Specialist at Qualcomm Technologies, who explain the terms and technology behind virtual, augmented, extended, and merged reality. Learn three things that are needed for these technologies to be successful, and why XR is one of the most taxing things you can do with a processor and mobile platform.

You’ll be happy to know that the VR teams here are working hard to make sure you don’t throw up. And you may also walk away understanding how shooting elves, melting butter, and saving lives are all connected.

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