Dell and Adobe Working Together to Bring VR Creation to the Masses
Here is a glimpse at some of the ways Dell and Adobe are working together to provide technology for VR creation. If you are going to Adobe MAX Conference, you'll want to check out their joint booth. Read on for details. And if you are looking for workstations specifically outfitted for video editing, please check out our Videoguys Tech Select guide.

Bringing VR Creation to the Masses

From Adobe blog Adobe VRThis post was written by Patrick Hannan, Media & Entertainment Industry Strategist, Dell Precision. Dell is a 2016 MAX partner. We’d like to thank all of our 2016 MAX partners who help make the conference possible. In the current “creation” industry, we’re moving quickly toward a tipping point with virtual and augmented reality. Expectations are high with VR and AR estimated to be a $45 billion hardware and $35 billion software business by 2025. However, the prevalence is becoming real today. More media and entertainment companies are introducing new video games, TV broadcasts and movies with a VR/AR element. Google even just announced an $80 headset called Daydream, making it more accessible to consumers. As more headsets fly off the shelves, there is a huge opportunity – and demand – for AR and VR creators. They just need technology providers to deliver the right tools for evolving their work into this new environment. At Dell, we’ve been talking with many of our customers and partners in this field who have amazing ideas and are more eager than ever for technical solutions that are both powerful and accessible. We’ve been focused on delivering immersive computing experiences for years. We feel the next generation of bringing these experiences to the masses...[continue reading]
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