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E-on software, a leading global developer of software for the creation, animation, rendering, and integration of natural 3D environments in the computer graphics, VFX, architecture, and gaming industries, today announced the immediate availability of Release 2 (R2) of its VUE and PlantFactory 2016 software.
In the category of Serious Games, a CNN report today highlights a study that shows playing Tetris within hours of experiencing trauma can reduce the anxiety or distress that occurs in relation to a traumatic event, which can ultimately lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Qualcomm Developer Network has posted a guest blog from Martin Schubert, who is a VR Designer, Developer, and Evangelist at Leap Motion. In the blog post, Martin describes the possibilities of hand tracking technology, mobile VR, and how Leap Motion is building technology to enable natural interactions with your hands as the controller.
SMU Guildhall has risen to the top spot among the world’s best graduate game-design programs in The Princeton Review’s eighth annual report. At No. 1, SMU Guildhall ranks above the No. 2 Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy at UCF.
YoYo Games has released GameMaker Studio 2, which is now available from the YoYo Games website starting at $99.99. The global launch follows the successful open beta and gives developers game creation tools to take creative concepts to market quickly.
The Khronos Group recently setup a staging area for WebGL-Next proposals on Github, and this morning Mozilla submitted Obsidian as the first proposal. Obsidian is a low-level API intended to provide a maximum features set of the GPU to web applications.
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