Looking for a playful way to connect your remote teams and family? In this time of social distancing, it's becoming more important to find fun ways to create shared experiences virtually. Mozilla Hubs enables your team to host VR/gameful meeting experiences complete with audio communication. For communities or families that have VR headsets, Mozilla Hubs works with Windows Mixed Reality, Oculus, and Vive. For developers, check out the links to help you instantiate your own Mozilla Hubs server. Learn more at InnovativeTeams.NET Links https://hubs.mozilla.com https://hubs.mozilla.com/docs/hubs-controls.html https://hubs.mozilla.com/spoke https://github.com/mozilla/hubs https://github.com/mozilla/hubs
Warning! In this video I demonstrate a conversion process using a Sketchfab Pro account. The Sketchfab process I show only works with a paid account. The free Sketchfab account will not convert your file to gltf. As an alternative, use a free Google Poly account. It will serve the same purpose as Sketchfab, but a free account will suffice. Note that the free Google Poly only accepts 100mb files, a reasonable file size considering that Mozilla Hubs only supports 126mb scenes.
A video introduction to some of the options/tools available in the VR + browser based social hangout service Mozilla Hubs! Made by BAGEL+BALLOON for the [Trust In Play] Nomadic Branch community.
There's no better time to explore a conference about VR... *in VR!* Watch the IEEE Virtual Reality Conf now on Twitch or Mozilla Hubs. Plus, hear what Alex learned from Hakim Si-Mohammed's talk about using brainwave tech for error detection in virtual reality! // http://ieeevr.org/2020/ // https://www.facebook.com/ieeevr // https://twitter.com/IEEEVR // https://twitter.com/hashtag/IEEEVR2020 // https://twitter.com/glowascii/status/1242880318006153218