VR Links - Issue #27

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Hi again and thanks for reading this week's edition of VR Links! Getting ready for October, which is
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September 30 - Issue #27

VR Links

Handpicked links about virtual reality, curated by Peter Rojas.

Hi again and thanks for reading this week’s edition of VR Links! Getting ready for October, which is shaping up to be a very big – if not the biggest month ever – for VR. 
As always, please get in touch if you have a link I should add to next week’s email. I’m going to be in LA the week of 10/10 and would love to hear from you if you’re based there and working on something I should check out.
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Highlights
HTC launches Viveport, its VR app store
A-Painter: Paint in VR in Your Browser
Because of course you have a VR playroom...
Setting Up a Virtual-Reality Playroom? Avoid These Pitfalls
VR Randomness
Virtual Reality Lets Legally Blind Man See Clearly For The First Time
Roam the Valve HQ reception in VR and find the cake already
Introducing the VR Developer Nanodegree program | Udacity
Thread Studio on Steam
Google Daydream
Only Select Developers Can Publish Google Daydream Apps Until 2017
Next-gen Hardware
Occipital brings room-scale VR to iPhone with $500 dev kit headset
Samsung waiting to see where VR hype cycle lands before moving on standalone headsets, next-gen 10K displays
VR & Sports
This NBA Finals documentary is the first VR sports film worth watching
VR & Storytelling
Storytelling in the Virtual Age at FoST Fest
A look inside how Here Be Dragons is pioneering VR storytelling
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