Rene Schulte

Rene Schulte

René Schulte is Director of Global Innovation, Research & Incubation at Valorem Reply leading teams across the globe working on emerging technologies. His current focus is the revolutionary 3D volumetric video telepresence solution HoloBeam. He has more than 10 years experience with VR/AR/MR/XR technology and 3D programming, developing for the Microsoft HoloLens since 2015, was featured on Forbes and is listed as VR/AR/MR dev influencer. He also coded AI deep learning neural networks before it was cool and is leveraging modern AI to assist humans. He is a frequent (keynote) speaker and panelist at conferences like //build, Unite, Vision VR/AR Summit, VRDC (GDC), AWE, ESA and more. Blogs about many topics. He also created popular open source libraries like WriteableBitmapEx and the AR library SLARToolKit. He was honored several times for his dev community work with the Microsoft MVP award and recognized as Microsoft Regional Director. https://about.me/rschu

 

Advanced Mixed Reality Development and Best Practices

 

Is 2019 the year of the Mixed Reality revolution? Regardless if it is, it’s an amazing time to be a developer and to be part of the fourth industrial revolution where Mixed Reality is dramatically changing how humans interact with computers. Developing applications for this bleeding edge technology means learning new things every day while creating outstanding User Experiences. Often it also means facing challenges and running into pit falls while working in untouched territory. In this session Rene will demonstrate some of the HoloLens Mixed Reality projects he and his team worked on since 2015 and share how they were able to overcome challenges. His best practices and recommendations will help you avoid pit falls and might provide inspiration for your next AR/VR projects. He will also provide you with a future perspective of Mixed Reality combining AI + MR by leveraging on-device Machine Learning for adding intelligent edge capabilities. Is 2019 the year of the Mixed Reality revolution? Regardless if it is, it’s an amazing time to be a developer and to be part of the fourth industrial revolution where Mixed Reality is dramatically changing how humans interact with computers. Developing applications for this bleeding edge technology means learning new things every day while creating outstanding User Experiences. Often it also means facing challenges and running into pit falls while working in untouched territory. In this session Rene will demonstrate some of the HoloLens Mixed Reality projects he and his team worked on since 2015 and share how they were able to overcome challenges. His best practices and recommendations will help you avoid pit falls and might provide inspiration for your next AR/VR projects. He will also provide you with a future perspective of Mixed Reality combining AI + MR by leveraging on-device Machine Learning for adding intelligent edge capabilities.

Advanced Mixed Reality Development and Best Practices

Is 2019 the year of the Mixed Reality revolution? Regardless if it is, it’s an amazing time to be a developer and to be part of the fourth industrial revolution where Mixed Reality is dramatically changing how humans interact with computers. Developing applications for this bleeding edge technology means learning new things every day while […]

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