This talk will be a quick run-through of the Mixed Reality (MR) concepts, i.e both Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), but specifically from a web developer’s perspective. Even though MR is graphics-heavy, modern libraries like WebVR, AFrame VR and Web XR make it really easy for a web developer working with HTML and JavaScript, to follow through and use existing tools to start building useful Mixed Reality applications that can be accessed on the web. We’ll close the talk with a demo and behind-the-scenes of how it’s built. Bonus: Tools and resources to use in your MR apps.


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M_a_s_s_i at 10:05 on 10 May 2019

Clear overview of the "mixed reality" spectrum!

Stefano at 01:46 on 11 May 2019

Good talk, good speaker, fluent talk... but there have been few examples, and 25min. is very few compared to the 60min. of the schedule

@Stefano the issue was with the rendering of the schedule on the website, so it's the conference's fault (i.e. mine - Cesare); I had hoped that the "25 min" in the title would have made it clear enough that this would have been a 25-minute talk. I put a 50-min and 25-min talks side by side in the same 1-hour slot to ease access to lunch for all attendees - this way the big group was split in 2, with no long queues. Sorry for the misunderstanding, I'll try my best to make things clearer next time.

Stefano at 18:58 on 11 May 2019

Hi @Cesare, absolutely it was not a criticism but an observation on the correlation between importance and 'greatness' of the topics of the talk and the time spent in it.
The presentation was great, also the speaker and as always you, of the Grusp, who do a great job!

Anubi Gattone at 08:41 on 16 May 2019

Interesting, probably more time was needed