Microsoft has this week announced the opening of its new Mixed Reality Capture Studios, based in San Francisco which includes a Mixed Reality Academy to provide community hub for creators and developers to learn, collaborate, and create in mixed reality, says Microsoft.
As well as opening the Mixed Reality Capture Studios, Microsoft also announced the official launch of the Microsoft Reactor in San Francisco. Check out the video below to learn more about what you can expect from the Microsoft Mixed Reality Capture Studios.
Microsoft explains more :
We are at the threshold of the next revolution in computing. Microsoft is passionately committed to mixed reality. The possibilities are limitless, and the future will unfold with the energy, ingenuity, and passion of the community. Together, we are on a once in a lifetime journey.
To help fuel this opportunity, we are expanding our investment in technologies that enable the broader ecosystem to create for mixed reality worldwide. Our goal is to reach and support partners, creative agencies, studios, application developers, and others to help them create the most immersive mixed reality content possible.
The Microsoft Reactor in San Francisco, located at 680 Folsom in SOMA, will serve as the flagship location for two very important initiatives – Mixed Reality Capture Studio and our Mixed Reality Academy. We want to help MR experts become even more expert. We want to bring together the vibrant and unique perspective of our Bay Area developers. We want to help creators invent cutting-edge experiences that dazzle us in imaginative new ways.
The San Francisco Mixed Reality Academy will offer a range of on-site courses and workshops, including:
– Discovery Program: Where you begin your journey. Introduction to building mixed reality experiences, and how to further engage with the Mixed Reality Academy.
– Expert Program: A multi-week course that kick-starts the ability for partners to join our Mixed Reality Partner Program (MRPP). Find out more about the MRPP here.
– Workshops: Tailored courses where developers can learn and get expert advice from our team on topics such as adding spectator view to their app, improving performance, adding shared experience, or supporting the latest hardware.
– Hackathons: We look forward to offering a robust calendar of hacking and porting events.
Source: MicrosoftFiled Under: Technology News, Top News