XR for Media Newsfeed – July 18, 2020

Here are this week’s top stories on VR, AR, and MR in the Media industry:

UploadVR: Google Figured Out How To Stream 6DoF Video Over The Internet

VRScout: John Legend Performs On Wave To Raise Awareness Towards Mass Incarceration

VRScout: Mixed Reality App Immerses You In The Historic Battle Of Gettysburg

Skift: Pandemic May Revive Fortunes of Virtual Reality and 360-Degree Travel Content in a Few Niches

Rolling Stone: The New Reality for Concerts in COVID: Virtual Reality?

VRFocus: XR Platform Verizon Media Immersive To Provide Next-Gen Media Experiences

VRScout: Creators Of Pokémon GO & Sleep No More Partnering On AR Theater Experiences

Deadline: Moves By ‘Fortnite’, Discord, Amazon Point To “Much Grander” Aggregated Media Future – Analyst

UploadVR: The VOID Downtown Disney Location Receives Lease Termination Notice

UnrealEngine: The Weather Channel’s new studio brings immersive mixed reality to daily live broadcasts

Forbes: The Metaverse Is Coming And It’s A Very Big Deal

New York Times: Theater’s Next Act? A Show That’s All in Your Head

VRScout: ‘The Under Presents: Tempest’ Live VR Performance Is A Theater-Lover’s Dream

Variety: J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Games Taps Valve, Oculus Alum Anna Sweet as CEO

VRScout: Educational VR App ‘HistoryMaker VR’ Has Students Performing As Famous Figures From U.S. History


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