While I was writing in the past a couple of posts about enrolling and managing Virtual Reality (VR) devices like the Meta Quest 2, Pico Neo 3 Pro and HTC Vive Focus, there are other device types commonly used in the industry leveraging AR – Augmented or Assisted Reality. Thanks to a loaner device fromContinue reading “Enrolling a Realwear HMT-1 in Workspace ONE UEM”
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Meta Quest 2 – XR Hub 22.11 Beta – ConQuest 2.0 Fling
The Workspace ONE XR Hub is coming closer and closer to General Availability. Recently, Beta 22.11 was launched, which is also the first Release Candidate. The biggest and most exciting change is that deploying XR Hub is no longer requiring to deploy the XRHubClientConfig.json via a Provisioning Package. The App Settings can now easily beContinue reading “Meta Quest 2 – XR Hub 22.11 Beta – ConQuest 2.0 Fling”
Workspace ONE XR Hub – The Future of Work?
[UPDATE 29. June 2022] The Vive Focus 3 is now supporting Zero Touch QR Code Enrollment, take a look at this Support article. At the last VMworld (2021), VMware announced that it would support a range of VR/AR glasses in the future. A few days ago I had the opportunity to test HTC Vive FocusContinue reading “Workspace ONE XR Hub – The Future of Work?”
Workspace ONE XR Hub – Die Arbeitsweise der Zukunft?
[UPDATE 29. June 2022] The Vive Focus 3 is now supporting Zero Touch QR Code Enrollment, take a look at this Support article. Auf der letzten VMworld (2021) hat VMware angekündigt, zukünftig eine Reihe an VR/AR-Brillen zu unterstützen. Vor einigen Tagen hatte ich die Gelegenheit, eine HTC Vive Focus 3 VR Brille testen zu können.Continue reading “Workspace ONE XR Hub – Die Arbeitsweise der Zukunft?”
End-User Computing News Week 46
Calendar week 46 saw an unusually large number of enterprise updates in the context of the mobility and end-user computing industry. Here is a brief summary of the top topics: Older Android devices will be banned from a large number of websites in 2021Android 7.1 was released on December 5th, 2016, so it will soonContinue reading “End-User Computing News Week 46”