The Powersimple team announced the second installment of the Polys, the WebXR awards show that highlights progressive people and projects in our community. Block out time on February 12th for a lovely celebration. (they're presenting an award to me but I hope that won't scare you away)
A volunteer coordinator, HandsOn Twin Cities, worked with XR studio REM5 to create 1 City, 2 Realities, an exhibition space highlighting racial inequalities in the US and their community. Participants were given access to the experience and then asked to participate in a series of debriefs and conversations.
The research and development wing of the New York Times released demonstrations of and source code for a new platform that dynamically loads and unloads detailed photos captured in 3D. It depends on Three.js, A-Frame, and data from Cesium in the OGC 3D Tiles format.
On January 21, our illustrious co-chair, Ada Rose Cannon, will present "The State of Augmented Reality in the Web Platform" at the Remixed conference. Tickets are free and available now.