The 5 Biggest Virtual and Augmented Reality Trends in 2020
The augmented reality and virtual reality markets have grown significantly over the years. In 2017, the market was valued at $9.1 billion. But in just three years, the value of the market has more than doubled to $18.8 billion. Most importantly, there are no signs that the market will slow down in the near future. As the market continues to grow, companies will most likely find new and exciting ways to use augmented and virtual reality technologies. How are companies using these technologies this year? Here are some of the biggest virtual and augmented reality trends of 2020: #1: MORE WIDESPREAD USE ACROSS INDUSTRIES Many people associate both virtual reality and augmented reality technologies with the gaming industry. It’s true that these technologies are widely embraced by companies in the gaming industry, however, this is far from the only industry that can benefit from the use of augmented and virtual reality. Experts have known this all along, and in 2020, companies from a wide range of industries have finally realized it, too. In fact, it’s hard to find an industry that hasn’t started to incorporate augmented and virtual reality technologies into its products or services. For example, companies in the automotive industry have relied on augmented and virtual reality technologies to create virtual showrooms for consumers who want to shop for a new vehicle from the comfort of their own home. These technologies are also being used to enhance the patient experience in the healthcare industry. Some mental health professionals rely on virtual reality technology to safely treat patients who suffer from severe anxiety or phobias. There are even augmented reality apps that help nurses find veins in a patient’s arm to make the process of inserting an IV easier. In manufacturing, augmented and virtual reality is making it easier than ever before to assemble new products. Workers no longer need to consult a manual or ask for help if they need help figuring out how to assemble a product. Instead, they can use an augmented reality headset to project the instructions onto their surrounding environment. This allows them to reference the written step-by-step instructions or watch a how-to video while they assemble the product. Thanks to this widespread use of both technologies, augmented reality and virtual reality are no longer limited to the gaming world. #2: EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Augmented reality and virtual reality technologies have been used to provide a number of new exciting educational opportunities throughout 2020. Virtual reality can be used to transport students to other real-world environments that they would have never been able to experience without this technology. For example, students who are learning about the solar system may be able to use virtual reality technology to take a virtual visit to outer space. This gives the students the opportunity to virtually experience the living conditions on other planets for themselves. There’s no doubt that students can learn more from this type of experience than they would by simply reading about the solar system in a textbook. This isn’t the only way that augmented and virtual reality technologies are disrupting the education industry. These technologies can also be used to enhance the experience of distance learning. Using augmented and virtual reality technologies to teach distance learners ensures that every student can learn in a collaborative environment regardless of whether or not they are physically present in the classroom. Augmented and virtual reality technologies are creating educational opportunities in the workplace, too. In the past, workers may have been required to sit through hours of training sessions in order to learn how to perform certain job duties. But now, there are other on-the-job training options available thanks to virtual and augmented reality technologies. For example, MAN CEON TechGuide is an app available through mobile devices and augmented reality headsets. Using augmented reality technology, this app gives engineers the opportunity to choose how they want to receive on-the-job training materials. Engineers who are visual learners can choose between 3D models, animations, and videos. But engineers that are auditory learners may prefer having the information read aloud to them through their mobile device or headset. By giving engineers these options, this augmented reality product has made it easier than ever before for these workers to receive on-the-job training. [https://relaycars.gryffin.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/image-73.jpeg] #3: ENHANCED CONSUMER EXPERIENCES Many companies are using virtual and augmented reality technologies to enhance the consumer experience. These technologies are often used to create “virtual try-on” experiences for online shoppers. This has become increasingly popular in the cosmetics and beauty industry. For example, Garnier uses augmented reality technology to give consumers the opportunity to “try out” different hair colors before purchasing the company’s hair dye. L’Oreal Paris goes one step further by allowing its consumers to try out different hair colors in addition to shades of lipstick, blush, eyeshadow, and other cosmetic products. This gives consumers the chance to use L’Oreal products to give themselves a virtual makeover from the comfort of their own home. Beauty brands aren’t the only companies that have started to use augmented and virtual reality to enhance the shopping experience for consumers. This is also a major trend in the automotive industry. Several automotive manufacturers use these technologies to provide a “virtual showroom” experience to consumers. Using technology in this manner gives consumers the opportunity to tour and inspect vehicles without ever stepping foot in a dealership. As a result, consumers can gather the information they need on various vehicles to make purchase decisions without leaving home. Brands in the furniture and home goods industry have also embraced augmented and virtual reality technologies. Thanks to these technologies, consumers can see how specific furniture or décor pieces would look in their home. There’s no need to rely on their imagination to visualize how everything will look together—consumers can now see for themselves by projecting images of furniture or décor pieces onto their real world environment. These are some of the many ways that these technologies are being used to enhance the shopping experience for consumers. [https://relaycars.gryffin.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/image-74.jpeg] #4: BETTER HEADSETS In the past, the only way to experience virtual reality or augmented reality was to wear a bulky, restrictive headset. In addition, some of the earliest models needed to be plugged into a computer in order to work. These clunky, uncomfortable, and immobile headsets may have made virtual and augmented reality unappealing to consumers. But this shouldn’t be a problem for much longer since better virtual and augmented reality headsets are finally on the way in 2020. This year, augmented and virtual reality headsets are becoming smaller, more mobile, and far more powerful. For example, Facebook released a new Oculus virtual reality headset that no longer requires a connection to a PC. Because it no longer requires a PC connection, the new Oculus headset allows consumers to experience virtual reality wherever they go. There are also rumors that Apple will introduce augmented reality glasses in the near future. According to industry insiders, the Apple glasses will look just like optical glasses, which would make them one of the smallest and most mobile augmented reality products on the market. The emergence of better headsets could make augmented and virtual reality products more appealing to consumers around the world. As more consumers start to purchase these innovative headsets, the demand for new augmented reality and virtual reality experiences will also rise, which means the market for these technologies will continue to boom for years to come. [https://relaycars.gryffin.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/image-75.jpeg] #5: NAVIGATIONAL TOOL Another trend that emerged in 2020 is the use of augmented and virtual reality technologies as navigational tools. The Google Maps app, for instance, uses augmented reality technology to provide walking directions to its consumers. How does it work? The app is designed to use your camera and location information to determine exactly where you are and what steps you need to take to get to your final destination. As you start walking, arrows, signs, and other digital elements will be imposed onto your environment as shown through your smartphone. For example, the app may impose an arrow next to a street that you are approaching to tell you that you need to turn on that street. Using augmented reality technology in this manner makes it easier for pedestrians to figure out how to get to where they need to go. Google isn’t the only company that is using augmented reality to provide directions to consumers. A number of automotive manufacturers, including Mercedes, Cadillac, and Hyundai, also use augmented reality technology to provide directions to drivers. For example, the 2021 Cadillac Escalade is designed with an augmented reality navigation system. A live view of the street will be shown on the vehicle’s instrument panel, which makes it easy for the driver to see without taking their eyes off of the road. Using augmented reality, digital elements will be imposed on this live view of the street to provide drivers with navigational directions. This trend will most likely become increasingly popular in the years ahead. Experts believe that the next step will be using augmented reality to design apps that help consumers find their way around large venues. For example, augmented reality apps may help consumers find a specific store in a shopping mall or locate their departure gate in an airport. The opportunities are endless when it comes to using augmented and virtual reality technologies to create new or enhance existing navigational tools. These are some of the many ways that companies are using augmented and virtual reality technologies in 2020. It’s safe to assume that countless other augmented reality and virtual reality trends will emerge in the year ahead as a growing number of companies begin to use these technologies to attract new customers and stay competitive.
Should I Use My Trade-In As a Down Payment On A Lease?
Shopping for a new car can be a big headache. The car options are endless and the decision to buy or lease has many pros and cons. Leasing a car can be a great option over buying because you can often get a new car, drive it for a few years then get the option to buy it or turn it back in and leave a brand new car again. Leasing is an especially great option for car enthusiasts who like to try the latest models or like to upgrade every few years. When it comes to financing a new lease, it can be a toss up between trading in a current vehicle versus putting a down payment. Most people would probably prefer to do the trade-in, but there are some negatives to this option. Yet, sometimes a down payment on a lease also might not give you the best bang for your buck. Let’s look at the pros and cons of trade-ins as a down payment on a lease. CAR LEASING 101 Leasing a car might not be an option that a lot of people are familiar with. Sure, you’ve probably heard the option to lease but what does it actually entail? Leasing is a great way to drive brand new cars every few years without the commitment of purchasing. A lease monthly payment is also usually lower than buying with an auto loan. However, leasing a car does mean you have some driving limitations as you can only drive your vehicle for a fixed number of miles and months. During the time of your lease agreement, you will need to take good care of the car and follow all recommended services. The goal is to be able to return a car that the dealer can resell as used or preowned. If the car is over the mileage or has any damage, you likely will end up paying more at the end. You can also choose to purchase your car at the end of the contract and continue to pay off the residual debt. Essentially leasing a car is very similar to renting a home or apartment. You have a contracted amount of time you are paying. At the end of the day, you do not really own the vehicle so that at the end of the lease you can choose to find a new vehicle or purchase the leased vehicle. Keep in mind that some dealerships have a vehicle turn-in fee if you choose not to lease a new car from the dealer. Leasing a car often has three-year or four-year contracts, and your monthly payments will cover the depreciation of the car in that time. You will also have to pay finance charges and just like a purchase with a loan, the better your credit score, the better your interest rate. Often to lower a monthly lease payment, buyers might opt to put down a down payment or use their old vehicle for a trade-in. [https://relaycars.gryffin.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/image-28.jpeg] TRADE IN Many buyers who opt for a lease might choose to use their current vehicle as a down payment for their lease. It can be an easy way to get rid of a car you no longer want and also be able to put some money down on your new vehicle. However, buyers should be aware of the pros and cons of this option. Pros: * Quick and Easy – Trading in your old vehicle and putting it towards your new lease means you are essentially selling your car to the dealership. The process begins with the car salesperson giving your car a test drive and then coming up with an appraisal value. This offer does not go to you as a direct cash payment. Instead, the value of the car will go towards the new car you are going to lease as a down payment on the vehicle. If you accept the offer, all you have to do is sign the car’s title over to the dealership. * A one stop shop – Another convenient part about doing a trade-in for a lease is that the process of trade-in and driving off with a new car typically is done in one transaction and one day. The dealer takes care of the process of the trade-in, securing a car loan if you need one, and the process of your new lease. This makes the car leasing process so much more seamless than taking care of each component yourself. However, make sure you are negotiating the best deal out of each process. Sometimes a dealership can be more costly than doing each process yourself. * Your existing loan gets paid off – When doing a trade-in, you can still trade-in a vehicle that you still owe money on. It’s quite common for dealers to take care of the old financing and will pay off the remaining loan balance on your trade-in and get the title directly from the lender. If you have any positive equity, it will be used as the down payment towards your new lease. This is often a common reason why buyers would opt for a trade-in for a new lease. If you know for sure that you have positive equity on your old vehicle, then using your trade-in as a down payment can be a very good way to get rid of your old vehicle and put some money down on your new vehicle. * Save on sales tax – Often your trade-in value will be subtracted from the new car’s price and thus you can receive a lower sales tax. For example, let’s say your new car will cost you about $35,000. The dealer offers you $15,000 for your trade in. The cost of your new car will then be $20,000. You do need to check your state’s sales tax laws, but this should mean that you will pay sales tax on the $20,000 instead of the overall value of $35,000. Cons: * You might not be getting the best deal – A trade-in with a dealer usually is only offering you the wholesale value of your old vehicle. You might be able to get more if you were to sell your car yourself to a private buyer. However, selling a vehicle yourself takes a lot more work and can take some significant time. * You could end up owing more – A trade-in option for a new lease can be a great way to transition into a new car. However, this might not be the best option if you owe more on the vehicle than it is worth. Negative equity can make the process a little more difficult and costly. You might need to have the money to pay off the remainder of your loan that the dealer’s trade-in value does not cover. If you do not have that amount, you do have the option of stacking that remainder of the loan on to your new lease. However, that can be a financial headache as you are essentially still paying for two cars but driving one. [https://relaycars.gryffin.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/image-29.jpeg] PREPARING TO TRADE-IN Getting the best price from a trade-in means making sure you prepare your car just like you would when you sell it privately. Here are some things to prepare before you trade-in your vehicle: * Prep your paperwork – While you don’t need to have your car repaired to trade-in your car, it is a good idea to bring in any records that show any maintenance you had done while you owned it. This can help increase the amount in your trade-in offer. * Clean it up – While you do not have to clean out a vehicle before trading it in, it can help make your car appear more taken care of. You also want to clear out any information in the car’s technology such as a navigation system or bluetooth connection. * Know your car’s value – It is always best to know beforehand what the estimated value of your car is before going to the dealership and accept any offers. This will help you gauge whether or not you are receiving a fair deal. * Pay parking tickets – Parking tickets do not just go away when you sell your vehicle. In fact, unpaid parking tickets can prevent the title from being transferred. Make sure to take care of any outstanding tickets before even going to the dealership to help make the process go smoother. THE BOTTOM LINE Ultimately, doing a trade-in can be a great option to get rid of an old vehicle and drive off with a new vehicle all in the same day. Really it will depend on how much you still owe on your old vehicle and how well taken care of it is. A trade-in for a lease can help make the car buying process go by much smoother and easier. However, keep in mind that what you trade for convenience might mean you are not getting the best deal or value for your old vehicle. It is always best to also shop around for your new vehicle before even heading to the dealership. It is important to do your research on a vehicle before you even go to a dealership in person. A great way to inspect a car before even heading to a showroom is to visit a virtual showroom. Many dealerships are partnering with AI companies such as RelayCars to help buyers get a better shopping experience. You can view the exterior and interior of your potential new ride before even going to the dealership. You can closely inspect in-car features and even choose the colors you want. Shopping for a new car whether you are looking to lease or actually buy does take quite a bit of research and homework. You want to make sure you are getting the best deal for both your trade-in and your new lease.
Startup AI Companies Stirring Up Business With Self-Driving Cars
Artificial Intelligence (AI) was not always a term associated with driving. Yet, today, it is an integral part of innovation in the automobile industry. More and more big-name auto companies are looking for startups that have the tools and creative ideas to help enhance their vehicles’ driving experience. The autonomous vehicle market is especially benefiting from the advancements made in AI. Auto companies are partnering with startup AI companies to make self-driving cars more accessible in the future. Major automakers are investing billions in these startups to be the top self-driving manufacturers in the field. PARTNERSHIP WITH AUTOMAKERS AND ARGO AI WORTH BILLIONS Two major automobile companies investing in AI are Ford and Volkswagen. Both companies have invested billions into autonomous vehicle technology startup Argo AI. Because of these major investors, Argo is now valued at $7.5 billion. Ford and Volkswagen take equal ownership stakes with Argo’s board of two VW seats, two Ford seats, and three Argo seats. Ford’s initial investment of $1 billion helped to bring the startup company into the forefront of the autonomous vehicle industry. The investment was a surprise as the company was only a few months old, but its founders are established leaders in the industry. Bryan Salesky was director of hardware development at the Google self-driving project and Peter Rander was the engineering lead at Uber Advanced Technologies Group. Since Ford’s investment, Argo worked on Ford’s self-driving vehicles to develop their virtual driver system. Now with Volkswagen’s investment, Argo will also be sharing and extending those developments to VW vehicles. The VW investment also opens up the European market and industry to Argo. Argo AI will be absorbing VW’s self-driving subsidiary Autonomous Intelligent Driving (AID). AID’s Munich offices will now become Argo’s European headquarters and its total workforce will now include over 1,000 employees worldwide. The support and investments from the two auto companies have made Argo a leader in the autonomous vehicle industry, and also puts Ford and Volkswagen at the top of the race in the self-driving auto business. However, this is not the only AI startup and automobile company partnership that is working to bring self-driving vehicles to the streets. [https://relaycars.gryffin.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/image-16.jpeg] WHICH AUTOMOTIVE COMPANIES ARE PARTNERING WITH STARTUPS? Autonomous vehicles are still a long way from being a common sight on neighborhood streets, but partnerships between tech startups and established automobile companies are bringing that vision closer and closer. Making vehicles is already a complex process and system, but incorporating AI technology is making the process even more difficult for automakers to tackle the project alone. With the exception of Tesla, few tech companies venture into manufacturing their own vehicles. Instead, many major automakers are partnering with tech companies to incorporate their systems into their vehicles or work on creating their own self-driving systems. Some partnerships include: * Hyundai and Aptiv * Jaguar and Waymo * General Motors and Cruise * Fiat-Chrysler and Voyage These partnerships help to create more cohesive vehicles as automakers can focus on the actual manufacturing of vehicles, while startups can focus on the software and computing systems within the vehicle. This helps both companies to focus on their strengths rather than having to integrate another sector into their companies. Self-driving cars are now the focus in incorporating AI to vehicles, especially as demand continues to rise for such vehicles. The demand for self-driving vehicles has increased as in-car safety features have become a primary concern for buyers. [https://relaycars.gryffin.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/image-17.jpeg] WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF SELF-DRIVING VEHICLES? Although some automobile companies such as Tesla have already incorporated self-driving features into their cars, the ability for a fully autonomous vehicle has still not entered the commercial market. It will take some time, but self-driving cars will completely revolutionize the way we drive and our streets. The potential of self-driving cars is clearly driving the demand for these autonomous vehicles. Here are five ways self-driving cars will improve our driving: * Safer roads – Buyers today are putting in-car safety features as a priority when they are shopping for a vehicle. They are often shopping for features that can help reduce and avoid potential car accidents. Many car accidents are caused by miscalculations, texting, phone usage, drunk driving, and speeding. Data shows that about 94 percent of serious crashes are because of human error. Fully autonomous vehicles can completely eliminate the factor of human error. They can make for more precise driving and will enhance the safety of not just drivers, but also passengers and pedestrians. * Easier daily commutes – Daily traffic is often also caused because of human errors such as car accidents or not sticking to the speed limit. However, with fully autonomous vehicles, commutes could be reduced since accidents will likely reduce. Self-driving cars will also be programmed to follow traffic rules and regulations thus making our roads much more streamlined. A self-driving car also means more time for the drive to be productive. Instead of doing the actual operations of the car, a driver can mostly sit back and do something else during their daily commute. * Reduce emissions and fuel consumption – With self-driving vehicles, driving will reduce emissions and fuel consumption because of much more streamlined and orderly driving. With reduced traffic and more regulated speeds, vehicles will not have to use up as much fuel while on the road. Experts also predict that along with the demand for self-driving cars will come the demand for more electronic and eco-friendly vehicles. * Ease parking frustrations – Making parking easier is also a hopeful benefit of self-driving cars. In congested parking situations, self-driving cars can simply drop off passengers then move on and this can be especially helpful if there is an increase in automated ride-sharing or taxi vehicles. Many vehicles today already utilize a form of self-driving in this way. Some cars have self-parking features that parallel park for you or prevent you from hitting something when you are attempting to park. AI features such as measuring parking spaces and alignment are already common in commercial vehicles. * Increased mobility for those who can’t drive – Self-driving vehicles also have the potential to help those who would be immobile such as the disabled or elderly. Those who are not able to operate a car can simply use a self-driving vehicle as transportation. * Reduce emergency response time – Self-driving vehicles potentially can help reduce emergency response time which can save many lives. Some startup companies are also looking to incorporate a vehicle emergency response where the car will locate and drive to the nearest hospital if the driver suffers from a heart attack or other emergency while driving. WHAT IS THE ROLE OF AI IN THE AUTO INDUSTRY IN THE FUTURE? The potential benefits of self-driving cars are the reason why so many major automobile companies are investing billions into AI technology. However, this is just one way AI is being incorporated into the auto industry. AI is creating innovation and advancing technology in vehicles like never before. AI’s role in the automotive industry will change not just how we drive but also how vehicles are manufactured and sold. Today, much of the process in manufacturing vehicles still relies on manual labor. However, with more advancements in artificial intelligence, manufacturing and creating vehicles will become quicker, easier, and safer. Tesla is already working on systems that will help with streamlining the manufacturing process even more and make advancements in quality control. The AI program can check that assembly parts are put together correctly. AI is significantly changing the way buyers are shopping for cars. Traditionally, shopping for a car meant going to a dealership and going in blind. There was no other way to really see the interior of a car before going to the dealership. Now, prospective buyers can shop from the comfort of their own home and also see all the features in a vehicle. AI companies such as RelayCars are recreating the car shopping experience virtually. RelayCars allows shoppers to view any car they are interested in purchasing. They are able to view both the exterior and interior of the vehicle virtually. They are able to view the vehicle in various colors and see the vehicle from various angles. The interior view allows the shopper to view the vehicle as if they are actually sitting in the vehicle. They can view all the features of a car without even having to step into a showroom. This can help buyers make more thoughtful and informed decisions before going to the dealership so that by the time they do visit one they are ready to make a purchase. Virtual showrooms can be a great tool for dealerships and can help to increase sales since buyers are likely to be more committed to buying a vehicle before they even come in. AUTOMOTIVE AND STARTUP PARTNERSHIPS BRING INNOVATION AND PROFITS Startup AI companies partnering with major automakers are bridging the tech world with the automotive world. AI is the present and future of the automotive industry. AI companies like RelayCars are bringing innovation and advancements that can bring both consumers and automakers many benefits. The race to create commercial self-driving vehicles is relying heavily on the tech that these startups are developing. This is creating an industry worth billions where startup AI companies can gain capital and automakers can get ahead in the competition for safe self-driving cars.
ALL THE OCULUS GO & GEAR VR APPS COMPATIBLE WITH OCULUS QUEST
By Peter Graham As always Oculus Connect last week was a flurry of information with the sixth event featuring some rather tasty announcements, especially where Oculus Quest was concerned. One of those was the reveal that both Oculus Go and Gear VR videogames and apps would be coming to Quest, over 50 in total. The feature is due to arrive this week said Oculus Technical Program Manager Stephanie Lue on stage, with the first compatible apps now listed. To start with 66 apps will make their way onto Oculus Quest, with more being added in time. Once the feature goes live all you’ll need to do to access your Oculus Go or Gear VR content is select the Library tab on the bottom toolbar. Then select Go/Gear VR from the device drop-down menu, chose ‘Not-Installed’ and then install the relevant content. If you don’t own any Oculus Go or Gear VR content then head to the Oculus store online, or through the Oculus mobile app. Browse the Oculus Go or Gear VR sections of the Oculus store and find compatible titles. Once downloaded you’ll be able to access the app on Oculus Quest. The full rundown of compatible titles is as follows: * A Night Sky – Coatsink * 3C Wonderland Coaster – Ojas VR Studios * ACE PHANTOM – VANGUARD CO LTD * Air Combat (WW2) – BabaVR * Angest – Black River Studios * Art Plunge – Space Plunge * Athens in VR – Lithodomos VR * Bathroom Shooting Games – ME-ZZ * Battle of Kings VR: Mobile – Wenkly Studio Sp. z o.o. * Coaster – Monster Paw * CubeRun.VR – MirrorVR * DRIFT – SharpSense * Daedalus – Vertical Robot * Darknet – E McNeill * Dead Body Falls – Black River Studios * Death Horizon – Dream Dev Studio LLP * Deepak Chopra Finding Your True Self – WEVR * Don’t Look Away – Made in Brooklyn Games * Escape Now: The Icons – Captivision * FREE FLIGHTER – FancyTechVR * Fear Incarnate – Miles Godspeed * Fears Nightmare Roller Coaster – NetDinamica * Forest of Serenity – St Giles Hospice * Gamers Generations – 360Vision * Hidden Fortune – Archiact Interactive * House of Terror – Lakento * Human Anatomy VR – Virtual Medicine * In Our Boots – Army Game Studio * Innocent Forest: The Bird of Light – MyDearest Inc. * Introduction to Virtual Reality – Felix and Paul Studios * Land’s End – ustwo games * MEL Chemistry VR Lessons – MEL Science * MasterWorks: Journey Through History – CyArk * MetaTable Poker – Tinycontent * My Virtual Pet VR – Immersive Magic * Our Solar System – Crenovator Lab Corporation * PAINT VR – Coskami * Pirate Shooter – Florian Bernard * Play With Me – C6H8O7 * Power Hitter – Zgame Studios * Pyramids Roller Coaster – AZAMOKA * RelayCars – RelayCars * Rilix VR – Rilix * RollerCoaster Legends – WarDucks LTD * SONAR – Sonar360 * Salvo GO – Focus VR Ltd * Sea Hero Quest – Glitchers Ltd * Sisters: A VR Ghost Story – Otherworld Interactive * Sky Fighter: Training Day – 3D Scenica * Solar System – Fuero Games Sp. z o.o. * Space Dodge2 – Chesstar Studios * Sphere Toon – VR Comic – Studio HORANG * Tactera – E McNeill * The Missed Spaceflight – Samsung Electronics Polska Sp. z o.o. * They Suspect Nothing – Coatsink * Thrill Rollercoasters – VDimension * Toy Clash – 5minlab Co., Ltd. * Track Slash – Inverse Games * Turkey Hunt – Lucid Sight, Inc. * USAF Special Ops – GSD&M Idea City LLC * Underworld Overlord – OtherSide Entertainment * VR Basketball – CygnisMedia * VR Rally – FIBRUM * Welcome to Virtual Reality – TREYTECH SOFTWARE LLC * Wheel Rush – 3DiVi Company * Wonders of the World – MATTERvr, LLC. SOURCE: https://www.vrfocus.com/2019/10/all-the-oculus-go-gear-vr-apps-compatible-with-oculus-quest/