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Geodesic Games started out, as you might have gathered from the name, with the intention of making games. A grand plan that was pushed aside for the same reason many less committed developers fall to the wayside: making money. However, Geodesic didn’t simply walk away. Instead, the team pivoted and carved a niche for themselves, making tools for the latest AR and VR hardware to facilitate other developers finding problems within the space.


Since video games became a thing more than 50 years ago we have seen various styles of graphics designed and evolve. While we love all elements of these there’s something running in tandem with the character and world designs of each game that worth bringing to the forefront; UI Components.


3D models are used for a variety of mediums including movies, video games, engineering, commercial advertising, etc. In this article, you will find some of the websites that offer 3D models that you can get for free.    Want to download the whole list as a downloadable spreadsheet? CLICK HERE and get the resource for FREE.   3DExport 3DExport is a marketplace where you can buy and sell 3D models, 3D print models, and textures...


Upon the launch of the Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition way back in 2015 there was a clear definition of how, for the next few years at least, virtual reality (VR) could be defined. Creators from traditional media were making the jump across to VR and bringing their established conventions with them; filmmakers looked to 360 video as a way to innovate whilst game designers would use the same hardware for immersive gameplay experiences. The...


This year’s VRCORE Awards ceremony has just wrapped-up in Shanghai, China, presenting 14 virtual reality (VR) applications with a total of 15 awards. The contest provides great opportunities for all developers and teams who are interested in China market, with the winners offered the chance to establish cooperative relationships with Chinese partners and to enter China market.


The home computer game industry exploded on to the scene in the early seventies, then mysteriously died a death and didn’t return until the advent of SEGA and Nintendo consoles a decade later. I was a kid back then and I remember. In much the same way, for those of us old enough to recall (me again), Virtual Reality (VR) was suddenly the next big thing in the early nineties and I remember having a...


  Want to download the whole list as a downloadable spreadsheet? CLICK HERE and get the resource for FREE.   Toolkits, SDK, CMS   Amazon Sumerian Amazon Sumerian lets you create and run virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and 3D applications quickly and easily without requiring any specialized programming or 3D graphics expertise. Amazon Sumerian makes it easy to create engaging 3D front-end experiences and is integrated with AWS services to provide easy access...