See how far Pokémon Go creator Niantic’s AR gaming ambitions have come

11/17/2022 1:38:00 PM

New hardware, new software, new AR experiences.

See how far Pokémon Go creator Niantic’s AR gaming ambitions have come

New hardware, new software, new AR experiences.

during Qualcomm’s presentation. The new headset can be seen in use alongside older headset designs in Niantic’s new trailer. Qualcomm says other manufacturers looking to use the chip include Lenovo, LG, Nreal, Oppo, TCL, and Xiaomi.Finally there’s the news that Niantic’s Lightship Visual Positioning System (VPS), its software platform that forms the basis of its worldwide augmented reality titles like Pokémon Go, will be integrating with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Spaces VR and AR developer platform from next year. Lightship VPS is what allows virtual items in Niantic’s games to be placed by one player, and remain persistent for another player to encounter. Although it’s currently only available on mobile phones, integrating with Snapdragon Spaces will allow Lightship VPS to run on headsets, Niantic’s Maryam Sabour confirmed onstage.

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Pretty laggy AR is like, “oh that’s cool!… ok, I’m bored.” Second image on the right, is that a neck strap? Chin strap? Lol I can see ppl walking into traffic 😆 What will this AR feature In recession with highest criminal level ever?:)) this nice people farming pokemons will be targeted... All this shit working only on growing economy..

AR will be a common product for daily life use, compared to VR where you can only wear it at home and escape into a virtual world, AR is a much better bet. Really excited to see where this goes, I feel a lot of people are sleeping on AR for gaming as most of the focus seems to be on VR! Exciting times ahead!

… until someone walks into traffic… First

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Maryam Sabour confirmed onstage during Qualcomm’s presentation.The Pokémon Company has announced that the official Pokémon Squishmallows are coming to Pokémon Centers soon.: Enrico Punsalang Peddle is a new U.Celebrities often pop in for a visit.

The new headset can be seen in use alongside older headset designs in Niantic’s new trailer. Qualcomm says other manufacturers looking to use the chip include Lenovo, LG, Nreal, Oppo, TCL, and Xiaomi. The Pokémon series is no stranger to plushes, with all of its 925 Pokémon (and their associated forms) being recreated as soft toys at some point in time. Finally there’s the news that Niantic’s Lightship Visual Positioning System (VPS), its software platform that forms the basis of its worldwide augmented reality titles like Pokémon Go, will be integrating with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Spaces VR and AR developer platform from next year. The company recently released four new models that are designed primarily for all-around city use, and a tinge of off-road exploration. Lightship VPS is what allows virtual items in Niantic’s games to be placed by one player, and remain persistent for another player to encounter. There was no release date given at SDCC 2022, but it seems that fans won't be waiting much longer to find out more. Although it’s currently only available on mobile phones, integrating with Snapdragon Spaces will allow Lightship VPS to run on headsets, Niantic’s Maryam Sabour confirmed onstage.” The Associated Press recently spoke with Cole about her business, her new cookbook and how she’s preparing for a potential economic downturn.

It’s now been over six years since Niantic’s Pokémon Go took the world by storm, but despite releasing lots of flashy tech demos, none of its other titles have managed to have the same impact. SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY Related: Pokémon Scarlet & Violet Includes Cool Rotom Reward Save Bonus Pikachu & Gengar Pokémon Squishmallows Are On The Way Pikachu's presence among the Pokémon Squishmallows is a given, considering it's the mascot of the franchise and is beloved all over the world. For example, they get a Yale security lock, handlebar cover, multi-tool, and emergency mini-pump. Hopefully sleeker AR glasses could help recapture some of that magic if these designs actually make it into consumer-focused devices. Join the conversation . The most likely reason Gengar is here is that Gengar is the U.