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Content creation is a crucial question for enterprise customers

Quick read

VRWorldTech Magazine is diving into content creation solutions in the next issue, scheduled for release in print during the week of 16 August and as a digital magazine on 30 August
➨ Readers can expect to learn about low- and no-code platforms that aim to remove the fuss from 3D asset development and the digital tools of big-budget Hollywood productions that are now available to almost everyone
The Reality Wire is open for contributions, with a deadline of 6 August

The story

The rise of immersive technology as a solution to a range of enterprise problems has brought with it a whole host of others, including the best way to go about creating custom content.

Luckily, content creation solutions are making blockbuster movie-level 3D assets and experiences a question of what, not how.

Issue 9 is coming in August

VRWorldTech Magazine is diving into this area of software development in the next issue, scheduled for release in print during the week of 16 August and as a digital magazine on 30 August.

Content creation is a crucial question for enterprise customers working with and using immersive technology, because getting the experiences and assets right are arguably the most important aspects of any deployment. They must be customisable, cost effective and future-proof.

Readers can expect to learn about low- and no-code platforms that aim to remove the fuss from 3D asset development and the digital tools of big-budget Hollywood productions and AAA games that are now available to almost everyone.

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Get in touch via editor@vrworldtech.com to find out more

Get involved

The Reality Wire, the space within VRWorldTech Magazine reserved for any and all insights, new products and updates related to the issue’s core focus, is open for contributions.

The only provisos are space, so word count is limited to 500 words, and the issue’s focus. This means any contributions should relate to content creation solutions in some way, although this is a flexible requirement.

Get in touch via editor@vrworldtech.com to find out more. The deadline for issue 9 is 6 August, so be quick to avoid disappointment.

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