Just a few days ago Volkswagen announced its plan to train 10,000 employees in VR in production and logistics, making it one of the largest such programs to be undertaken ever. This is on top of releasing the VW Digital Reality Hub last year for teams to collaborate across its companies. This clearly shows the importance VR has played in VW. Read More
Over the past few months we have seen a tremendous adoption of WebVR standard in developing VR content. Major browsers like Firefox and Chrome are rushing towards providing support for WebVR. Web frameworks such as AFrame and ReactVR abstract out all the complex implementation details from WebVR. They provide a simple development environment so that developers can totally focus on making awesome VR applications.
At VadR we are continously working to help VR content developers create quality content. We recently added support for 360 degree Video and Image analytics along with a lot of interesting changes to our platform. We have also launched a new version of our Unity SDK. With these changes, we hope VR content creators can get even better insights into their users’ behaviour.
Analytics without derivable insights is not useful. Insights tell us what to do with the data that we have and how to improve the content at hand. However, a lot of times without the correct data, getting the right insights is not easy. VadR has recently introduced the movement maps. This tells us where and how the users are moving in the VR environment. Read More
In a true VR application, user is cut off from his surroundings. In such a case along with user gaze (where he/she is looking in the content) his movement also becomes important in understanding his behaviour. Using heatmaps are a good choice to visualize movement data.
Analytics for any industry plays an important role in every aspect of their operations. Similar is the case with VR. Analytics in VR will let developers improve their content, marketers increase reach, companies sell better and everyone else make data backed decisions.
Data is necessary to fuel the growth of VR. Because VR is so immersive and revolutionary in its applications, any design decision that is made by its developers can have both great and devastating effects. VR development is a time consuming and complex process. Any lapses on that front can be costly and lead to a bad taste for the users. That is why it necessitates the use of data to allow its developers to make data backed decisions.