At the 2016 Intel Developer forum in San Francisco this August, Intel announced Project Alloy, an all-in-one virtual reality solution. Since then game devs have been asking me what I know and how they can get involved. Quite transparently, what I know is limited – I probably know only as much as you do, but I’ll share what I do know.
The Alloy platform delivers a set of new and immersive experiences – dubbed merged reality – by using Intel’s RealSense technologies that are optimized for VR usages. Right now it’s being worked on internally and will likely be opened up in 2017 for use by developers.
Here’s the official press announcement: https://newsroom.intel.com/chip-shots/intel-unveils-project-alloy/
I will update this blog post as more information becomes available for sharing.
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