Hello again in this VR This Week [18Aug-25Aug] Series by BeThere.
In this week, you will find out about the long-rumored Snapchat glasses, Twitter and Virtual Reality, and more.
VR This Week #1
Snapchat Sunglasses with Camera Is Real
It’s been rumored that Snapchat is working on an augmented-reality glasses.
Well, a video about this glasses is leaked. Watch the Snapchat sunglasses called Spectacles below.
If you want to live the moment and share your stories on Snapchat at the same time—without getting interrupted by bringing up your phone—this is for you.
However, we haven’t found any augmented reality detail on this glasses.
We’ll see where it’s going and keep you updated.
VR This Week #2
360-degree Selfie Camera
Don’t make selfies mainstream anymore. With Allie Go, you can take a picture of your best moment in 360-degree. You know, what’s best about it? It can capture 4K video. It’s tiny. It has a removable battery pack.
Based on this source, Allie Go costs $500, meanwhile, the battery pack sells for $60.
VR This Week #3
Twitter Supports Virtual Reality?
— Sketchfab (@Sketchfab) September 19, 2016
The Sketchfab’s team announced on their blog, “We’re thrilled to announce that Twitter has added native Sketchfab support! You can now share and browse 3D & VR scenes directly from tweets without leaving your timeline.”
[By the way, it is AMAZING—yes, amazing with capslock.]
VR This Week #4
The Final Sample of BeThere Books Is Coming to Our Office!
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VR This Week #5
Watch Football in VR
Thank you, Fox Sports VR and LiveLike, for making it happen.
Despite some flaws, we can really see a big potential in this application. It can be one of the front-runners in virtual sports. Let’s see.
So, that’s all for this week. Which one are you excited the most?