Lullaby: Google's New C++ Libraries For VR/AR
Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 10 June 2017 at 10:13 AM EDT. 10 Comments
Google's newest open-source project is called Lullaby.

Lullaby is a set of C++ libraries designed for developing VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality) games/applications. These libraries are designed for high-performance VR/AR, supports full 3D VR environments, provides a common set of widgets and a complete animation system, a Java-based API for integrating with Android apps, and is used by many teams in Google. Android, iOS, Linux, and Windows are fully-supported.

Among the teams at Google already using Lullaby are VR Home, the Play Store, YouTube, Play Movies, and Google Earth.

More details on Lullaby via GitHub.
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