Occipital's Bridge Engine is now available to all developers

With many tech announcements surrounding new applications for AR and VR implementation, it is no surprise that many companies are looking for ways to improve the industry with creative applications, hardware, and software. It's easy to look at big players like OculusSnap, and so forth, but there are many other smaller teams making big leaps, as well.

Take for example San Francisco-based company, Occipital. For years, the company has been working in the AR/VR field to provide better sensor and mapping tools for gauging space. They released a tool called the Structure Sensor that worked with an iPad to map out areas in a home so designers and DIYers could get a better grasp on the area they were working within.

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