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Road to VR’s Brian Hart will be live streaming the 11th gathering of the Silicon Valley Virtual Reality Meetup tonight, starting at 7:00pm PDT. The event will be broadcast online and in virtual reality through Riftmax.

SVVR, one of the oldest and largest events of its kind, is a monthly community gathering focused around VR. Road to VR’s Brian Hart will be at the event tonight live streaming it for all to enjoy, starting at 7:00pm PDT. The live stream can be viewed online through the player above and will also be broadcast in virtual reality through Riftmax.

If you have questions for the speakers, please submit them through the event page on Google Plus, where you can also find a chatroom for viewers of the stream. You may also tweet to @RtoVR_BHart.


SVVR Meetup #11 Presentations

GameFace Labs
Ed Mason will be showing the latest GameFace Mark 5 prototype of their untethered, Android-based VR headset with a 2560×1440 resolution.

RealSpace3D Audio – VisiSonics
RealSpace3D Audio is the virtual placement of sound anywhere in 3D space with pin-point accuracy, creating the perception of real source direction, distance, depth, and movement relative to the listener and heard through standard stereo headphones. VisiSonics’ founders developed the proprietary physics-based algorithms giving the listener the experience of actually being present in the scene! Commercial applications are far-ranging and touch any consumption of audio over headphones: in VR, gaming, movies and music.

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  • sponge101

    Next month’s meeting I expect will be very eventful. Hopefully some developers will have already got their dk2s and some early development of their games/projects will be shown.

    • Exactly. And with another month, I’m hoping to have some sort of 3D video streaming thing figured out, too. Things are moving very fast.

      • sponge101

        Awesome. Can’t wait.

      • snake0

        How about just a decent quality 2D stream for starters

        • Yeah, I’ll probably stop steaming them since it turns out so crappy. Take care.

  • ARCUS1200

    I just stepped into VR with the Oculus Rift Dev.1 and I am totally blown away because of the quality already (imagine when things get faster, lighter, better and cheaper in let’s say 3-4 years from now). Can’t wait for other HMD’s hit the market. 3D LED TV’s at home are a bit old fashioned already now imo, but real VR movies could motivate a whole new group of people. 3D sound could be done easy with Binaural Recordings (combined with VR it’s probably more realistic than 5.1/7.1 sound systems (i.e. headphones). Can’t wait till we have cordless VR systems with binaural sound and ultra sharp displays.