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SpectreXR and Crunchfish Betting Big on Hand Interactions in AR
- 21 November 2022
How to Improve Hand Interactions in Virtual Reality
This blog post covers various techniques and best practices for enhancing hand interactions in virtual reality. The post highlights the importance of using high-quality hand tracking devices, optimizing hand models and animations, providing clear visual feedback, allowing for customization, and testing and iterating. By following these tips, businesses and developers can create more immersive and natural hand interactions in VR, which can improve the overall user experience.
- 02 November 2022
The Importance of Interactions in Virtual Reality: Enhancing User Experience
Interactions in VR are important because they allow users to interact with and manipulate virtual environments in a natural and intuitive way. This can enhance the sense of immersion and make the experience more engaging and realistic. Interactions also allow users to perform tasks and accomplish goals within the virtual world, which can be useful for education, training, and entertainment. Additionally, interactions in VR can provide opportunities for social interaction and communication, allowing users to collaborate and connect with others in a shared virtual space.
- 10 October 2022
The 5 Best Hand Tracking VR Games on Oculus Quest
The Oculus Quest is a virtual reality headset that allows users to experience immersive games and apps without the need for a PC or external sensors. Its hand tracking feature, released in December 2019, allows for a more intuitive and natural VR experience. In this article, we cover the 5 best hand tracking games on the Oculus Quest 2: Cubism, Hand Physics Lab, Unplugged: Air Guitar, Vacation Simulator, and Elixir. These games showcase the potential of hand tracking in VR and provide hours of entertainment and fun.
- 22 September 2022
The Benefits and Use Cases of VR Training with Hand Interactions
Virtual reality (VR) technology has made significant advancements in recent years, including the ability to track hand movements in real-time. This technology allows for realistic hand interactions in VR, which can improve the effectiveness of training programs and has a number of benefits for various use cases. Some examples include training surgeons, simulating industrial processes for workers, and training pilots on emergency procedures. In addition, big companies such as Walmart and Audi are using VR to train employees on customer service and new processes, respectively, in an effort to increase efficiency and reduce errors. Overall, the potential of VR training with hand interactions to improve employee training across industries is significant.