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Sensics delivers cutting-edge VR products for the world’s top organizations.
We build off-the-shelf VR products and also create unique products to meet special requirements.
We’ve delivered products for many markets: entertainment, military, medical, consumer and more.
With over a decade of VR/AR expertise, we have the people, experience,
IP, technology and supply-chain partners to deliver cutting-edge products.
We are the leader in open-source VR, and the creators of the OSVR software platform, providing
nearly-universal connectivity between devices, game engines and content. Using OSVR,
we help great products get to market faster, and connect their creators to a first-rate content.
Sensics Home for OSVR offers a unique VR commerce platform benefiting both users and merchants.

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My guest today is Dr. Daniel Laby, of Sports Vision. Dr Laby began his work in sports vision more than two decades ago with the MLB’s Los Angeles Dodgers. He has also been responsible for the visual performance of the New York Mets and St Louis Cardinals, and currently works with the Boston Red Sox, Cleveland […]\nThe post VRguy podcast Episode ...
My guest today Thomas Wagner, CEO of VR Coaster. VR Coaster’s technology helps park operators convert traditional roller coasters into VR Coasters. The interview transcript appears below the media player. This episode was recorded on Nov, 10th, 2017. Thomas and I discuss lessons learned from dozens of VR rides installed around the world.     […]\nThe post VRguy podcast Episode ...
The new headset increases attraction throughput, simplifies ride operations and delivers premium guest experience Orlando, FL, Nov 9 2017. VR Coaster and Sensics, leaders in VR on-ride attractions and location-based VR, today unveiled RideVR™, a new all-in-one VR Headset. The headset builds on years of experience to solve key operational issues in theme parks. VR roller coasters infused theme […]\nThe post VR Coaster and ...
I traveled a lot in the past few weeks. All the hotels I stayed in had something in common: they had clean towels and fresh bed sheets. But what if they didn’t? If the towels were dirty or the sheets looked like they were slept in, I would had complained. But what if the hotel […]\nThe post VR’s Dirty Secret ...
My guest today is David Oh, head of developer relations at Meta. Interview transcript appears below the media player. This episode was recorded on Sep 1st, 2017. David and I discuss the use cases for augmented reality in the office, input with augmented reality and much more.           Yuval Boger (VRguy):    […]\nThe post VRguy podcast Episode ...
I’m a VR professional. I’m also an amateur violinist. Not too shabby, and getting better with practice. Once a year, I take a week off to play with the wonderful musicians of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Alongside the pros and other amateurs, we practice and perform great classical music works. That week got me thinking about VR can […]\nThe post Mozart meets Virtual ...
My guest today is Kevin Williams of KWP Consulting. Interview transcript appears below the media player. This episode was recorded on Sep 5th, 2017. Kevin and I have spoken 18 months ago on the out-of-home VR industry and this is an opportunity to cover a lot of the new trends that have developed since.     […]\nThe post VRguy podcast Episode ...
Delivers premium image quality, hygiene, high throughput and durability for location-based VR attractions COLUMBIA, Md., Aug. 30 2017  — Sensics, the leader in special-purpose VR, announced a new headset for public VR experiences. It combines a “WOW”-level image quality with unique features for operators of VR attractions. Public VR attractions – VR arcades, amusement parks, cinemas   – need special VR solutions. Just like […]\nThe post Sensics releases next-generation ...
My guest today is Jason Jerald, Co-Founder and Principal Consultant at NextGen Interactions and author of The VR Book. This episode was recorded on Aug 18th, 2017. Jason and I talk about fine motor movements and pens in VR, motion sickness techniques and other aspects of human-computer interaction in VR.         Yuval […]\nThe post VRguy podcast Episode ...
Neil Trevett, VP Developer Ecosystem at NVIDIA and President of the Khronos Group collaborated with me on a VentureBeat article discussing the four myths blocking real, needed VR standards. The four myths we discuss are: It’s too early for standards. Standards stifle innovation. Consumers won’t be impacted if standards are not enacted. There are too […]\nThe post Four myths are ...
  • The new RideVR all-in-one. Built and optimized for theme parks by Sensics and VR Coaster https://t.co/whtqK6TUmg https://t.co/HVq0ILbp3a2 weeks ago
  • RT  @OSVRguy : Mozart meets virtual reality. How VR is and can be used for in classical music. https://t.co/GdYTs4auZ0 https://t.co/Lv2TEPb9c52 months ago
  • Good off-the-shelf HMDs become even better with special modifications. Happy to have helped. https://t.co/kJwOUhtIy1 via  @tomshardware 3 months ago