The free-to-attend hybrid conference takes place this month and brings together experts in AR/VR policy and experiences. Here’s how and why to participate.
It is humanly impossible to see all that there is to see at AWE. Here, we learn that it is also impossible to write about all that we want to see.
WebXR insights and analysis from Amy Peck, Alan Smithson, and others, all hosted by Samantha Mathews and produced by the team that brought you the Polys.
We check out Zappar’s two-day AR Pioneers event, explore hardware and software announcements, and see recent experiences with Angry Birds and LEGO.
The Immersive Learning Research Network (iLRN) held its seventh conference consisting of over 100 sessions and over 37 hours of presentations.
Representatives of Unity, 8th Wall, Holo-Light, Media Monks, and Sunrise International share their insights and predictions on changing XR markets.
This year’s VR/AR Association Global Summit included exciting announcements and premiers and discussions about tech convergence and the metaverse.
ONX Studio is launching its inaugural virtual reality showcase as a creative collaborator of the Tribeca Festival. It will run from June 9 to 20.
ARPost looks at remote events from the last year and talks with event organizers and platform providers about what the future looks like from here.
Focus 3 and Pro 2 headsets, Reality System 2, Sync coming out of beta, a new partner program, and more announced at an enterprise-focused VIVECON.
Insights and announcements from VR gaming giants including Facebook and Oculus, Cloudhead Games, Skydance Interactive, BigBox VR, and Unity.
This Year’s Enterprise Forum included announcements from ThinkReality and Qualcomm, as well as insights from industry experts including Cathy Hackl.
For the second year in a row, the seven-year-old FIVARS come to you in a headset or browser-based virtual reality, with a second showcase coming in October.
Microsoft Ignite included loads of mixed reality content, including the announcement of Microsoft Mesh during a keynote that featured the CEO of Niantic.
The Polys WebXR Awards celebrated VR journalist Kent Bye, Three.js founder “Mr. Doob,” and the best immersive browser experiences and producers of 2020.
The Polys Awards celebrate the WebXR medium as well as some of the contributors and experiences that made the medium so special in 2020 through 11 awards.
Over the past year, Snapchat lenses have helped us mask up, express concern, and experience joy. Lens fest looked back at 2020 and forward to the future.