Circuit Stream Launches Scalable Platform to Build and Accelerate XR Applications for Enterprise Companies
Accelerating spatial computing accessibility and scalable virtual and augmented reality technology use, VR/AR (XR) educator and developer Circuit Stream created a platform that’s being implemented by manufacturing and aviation companies across North America.
Vantage Airport Group Uses VR – Meet Pascal Poudenx
Pascal Poudenx is the manager of Process Design and Sustainability at Vantage Airport Group. Vantage Airport Group designs, operates, and develops airports worldwide. He joined Circuit Stream in our second cohort of the VR Development with Unity course. Now, he’s creating a virtual reality app for the Oculus Rift.
Udemy VR Courses vs Circuit Stream: Comparing Expertise against Convenience
When searching for online VR courses, you’ll come across countless YouTube and other online tutorials that are often not relevant to your goals, are inaccurate, or out-of-date altogether. We’ll compare Udemy and Circuit Stream as education services, their expertise, price points, and support of students
Udacity VR vs Circuit Stream: Which VR Course is Better?
Finding a certified VR developer course isn’t easy. Udacity’s nanodegrees in VR foundations, immersive experiences, and 360 video are compelling, but they can take upwards of seven months to complete. Circuit Stream’s course is 10 weeks. But how does the content compare?
Coursera VR vs Circuit Stream: A Side-by-Side Comparison
There’s a reason online courses like Circuit Stream or Coursera are offered: it’s far easier (and enjoyable!) to learn information you don’t have to go searching for. Coursera and Circuit Stream both help you here; but which is best?