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ViroReact is a react based Augmented and Virtual Reality product, allowing for easy native development for both iOS and Android. This is a huge win for developers looking to deliver an experience without all of the bloat that can come from builds using a full......

We’ve written previously about the future of everyday AR wearables and the how integrating them aesthetically into societal norms is the key to adaptation; however, in the world of commercial applications, this constraint doesn’t necessarily exist. Instead high levels of functionality are demanded and with......

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is something of a lofty, tech buzzword. It’s easy to imagine it as a solution reserved for huge companies using supercomputers to sift through massive stores of data. For example, IBM’s Watson is often what comes to mind when people think about......

HTC’s new Vive Pro is officially available for preorder (ships April) and promises some exciting new features. This upgrade will really up the game in Virtual Reality headsets. At SeeSaw Labs, we’ve been using HTC’s Vive for more than two years now, and have been......

As a greater number of device manufacturers enter the Augmented and Virtual Reality space, some interesting questions and philosophies of adoption are raised. What can AR wearables do that my phone or watch can’t already do? Will the manufacturers develop the software or create a......

As with any emerging technology, successful early adopters are able to answer the question, “What can this technology do that was previously not possible?”. Virtual Reality is no exception, and successful initiatives deliver on this question. What is VR Best At? One of VR’s greatest......

Let’s Rock. We made a virtual rock show to test the boundaries of what your phone and Google Cardboard can handle. Our crew is equipped to bring your virtual experience to life—be it an immersive 360 video or full simulation. No Cardboard? Watch the 360......

For our latest Lab project, we’ve been working on creating a Virtual Park where we can experiment across multiple platforms. For HTC Vive and Oculus builds, we’ve been working at combining some more advanced interaction methods (like climbing, using objects while teleporting, etc.). For mobile......

When one says “Virtual Reality developer”, you might imagine a large open space, tracking units mounted to the ceiling, and a massive PC with cables strewn everywhere around it…and you’d have been right just a few years ago. Now, super-powerful laptops and compact systems like......

SeeSaw Labs is a 100% remote team, meaning its employees and contractors are distributed around the globe. It’s what allows us to find and hire the brightest minds, regardless of their geographic locations. However, obtaining bright minds is only a fraction of what it takes......