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February 9, 2022

Extended reality in the 1990s? | U-Pod 10: Louis Rosenberg

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This is part 1 of my talk with Louis. Part 3 is here, Part 2 is here

Louis Rosenberg has been in tech for decades. He’s worked for NASA and developed the world’s first augmented reality system after studying at Stanford.

He’s an expert on AI, AR, and HCI and has started several unique companies. His work helped create feature films like Shrek and Ice Age. We talk about his journey and how the VR industry has evolved through several hype cycles.

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0:00 - Introduction

1:15 - Stanford, NASA, HCI

2:27 - VR vs AR

3:44 - The VR winter

6:43 - Will we see another VR winter?

9:19 - Sci-fi's role in the tech industry

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