SERVER VIRTUALIZATION

Developing Virtual Reality (VR) products

February 18, 2021

Extended Reality
Extended Reality (XR) technologies will be key trends to watch out for in 2021 and beyond. We are likely to see a landslide of innovative products, applications, and use-cases delivering ever more realistic immersive experiences.

Most of us have our first experiences of Virtual Reality (VR) in gaming and entertainment. However, research shows that the industries and enterprises are quickly becoming the most prominent users of XR, particularly Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) technologies.
Developing custom VR devices is exceptionally challenging. Virtual Reality devices are incredibly complicated and highly integrated products. Each component, every line of code, and all the materials, design, and development choices have a universal effect on the device and determine how well it functions and what kind of user experience it delivers.

We at Haltian have years of renowned product design and development experience with wearable devices, IoT solutions and successful VR devices. In this whitepaper, we describe ten crucial design considerations to help developers of VR devices succeed in their product development endeavour!

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