#VR and AR

Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are two forms of computer-generated simulations that allow users to interact with a virtual environment. VR is an immersive experience where the user is completely surrounded by a 3D world, while AR overlays digital elements onto the real world. In terms of JavaScript, developers can create interactive experiences for both VR and AR using web technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
JS GameDev Summit 2022JS GameDev Summit 2022
33 min
Building Fun Experiments with WebXR & Babylon.js
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During this session, we’ll see a couple of demos of what you can do using WebXR, with Babylon.js. From VR audio experiments, to casual gaming in VR on an arcade machine up to more serious usage to create new ways of collaboration using either AR or VR, you should have a pretty good understanding of what you can do today.
Check the article as well to see the full content including code samples: article. 
DevOps.js Conf 2022DevOps.js Conf 2022
7 min
Gaming the System: How Video Games Can Help us Create More Effective Virtual Teams
What does Conway's Law have in common with the video game League of Legends? They can both teach us about how to organise development teams that achieve collective intelligence. When it comes to the art of software development, it's never a game of chance
JSNation Live 2021JSNation Live 2021
12 min
Let's Expand the Reality!
How long have we been watching movies about reality and how exciting it looks! You may not have noticed, but virtual reality is already in our lives, even in our browsers. There are more and more ways to apply these technologies. Let's take a look at VR and AR and see how they look in real life.