• Liam O'Malley

Tech and Hardware at MIT XR Reality Hack with Covalent's Thomas Jackson

Episode 012 of the XR Connections podcast presents an overview of leading-edge XR tech and hardware as seen at MIT Reality Hack 2020 in an interview with Thomas Jackson, founder of XR design and development firm Covalent Reality. A volunteer at this year's MIT XR Hackathon, Jackson discusses the Human Bionic Display of the Varjo VR headset, the open source AR platform Project North Star, his favorite Hackathon projects and who he follows to keep up with XR developments.

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