Good news, everybody: We have a big update coming for the Vuframe App.
We now fully support ARKit on Apple devices (Android support is coming soon). On top of that we are fully supporting the GoogleVR and all associates devices. You’ll get great VR experiences on any device you use.
You can now augment life-size products into any environment – instantly.
This is a big update for our enterprise customers as well. All features will be available as a free update for any white label app currently deployed.
Additionally, we now fully integrate user management and roles in the Vuframe app.
If you are interested in our enterprise sales software and content management system, please contact, Andreas – our CEO – directly at [email protected]Read More
We are very excited to announce that we have recently partnered with Microsoft to bring the Vuframe app and platform to the Microsoft Mixed Reality ecosystem.
Our app will be available on the Windows Store before Christmas. You can very easily download and access VR content like products & configurations. It works with any headset and runs on Windows 10.
Andreas, our CEO, said:
“I think the ease of use of the inside out tracking and the lightweight nature of the headsets make these the perfect devices for companies to use in show rooms, at the office and at events.”
We will share more news as we move closer to our release.
Here’s a sneak peek in the meantime:
More glory for Vuframe!
We went to California in June to speak about Enterprise AR and VR as finalist at this year’s Augmented World Expos Auggie Awards as best business authoring tool our founder.
In July our founder and CEO, Andreas, has been named one of German’s Top Innovators under 35.
Andreas was surprised and is more than a bit emberassed than local news keeps calling him “Regensburg Zuckerberg”.
You can read more about the Innovators under 35 list here: http://www.innovatorsunder35.com/innovators-under-35-germany
This year, Andreas Zeitler, founder of Vuframe, was honored as one the top 10 German “Innovators under 35” of the year 2017 for his work with Vuframe in the field of Augmented and Virtual Reality for businesses. His endeavors to make these new technologies profitable for a wide range of companies in the everyday life has been acknowledged.
Andreas released his own AR framework in 2009 and has been working in AR & VR ever since. After spending a decade in the games industry he set out to create and launch Vuframe, a turn-key platform, which helps companies around the globe to adopt Augmented and Virtual Reality in a more democratic way.Read More
At its yearly developer conference WWDC held last week in Silicon Valley Apple announce iOS 11 which includes a couple of important updates with regards to AR (and VR).Read More
Vuframe is a Auggie Award 2017 finalist – learn more about our values and what drives us.Read More
Markerless tracking – like the one Wikitude announced with their new SDK early this year – is one of the most important features for AR applications in the past couple of years.Read More
We learned it the hard way: AR is not used by a large portion of the users. This post analyzes why that is and what we can do about it.Read More
Here’s a quick look at what Facebook just announced at their yearly conference. Including some thoughts on what it will mean for the virtuality market and for businesses currently adopting virtuality (i.e. software with augmented, virtual, or mixed reality components).Read More
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