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XR For Safety & Training

2019 saw a huge amount of innovation and exciting projects in the world of VR, AR, training, and safety. I had the opportunity to work on some really exciting projects with clients who were willing to take risks on exciting new technology and saw some great return on their investments. XR allows us to add […]

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Using XR to Ensure a Safe Work Environment

Access to the Internet can be spotty in Northern Canada. But heavy industry happens up there all the same, and Bit Space Development’s Daniel Blair wants to bring those workers the same access to XR-driven training and remote expert assistance as anywhere else enjoys. He chats with Alan about how he hopes to bring that […]

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Featured on Ace Burpee’s Fascinating Manitobans

In 2019 I was added to Ace Burpee’s list of fascinating Manitobans which can be found here: https://www.iheartradio.ca/virginradio/winnipeg/more/ace-burpee-s-fascinating-manitobans-2019-manitoba-150-edition-1.10357218?fbclid=IwAR08kTqk1wRmNO3QNXk3wxOFzDmFDLIZMWzOnTLF3YWM-lHrem-MQPpNNFo Daniel Blair: He is the founder of Bit Space Development and has grown his virtual reality technology company into one of the highest-ranking in the world. With massive breakthroughs in industrial-training solutions thanks to partnerships with Safework Manitoba […]

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BSD Recognized as a Global Leader by Clutch

With AR/VR usage rapidly increasing, any business is primed to take a bold step forward in their technology. Since 2015, Bit Space Development has strived to deliver practical and useful immersive experiences to our customers and their feedback tells us we’re doing something right! Some of our customers have left reviews on Clutch.co, a platform that […]

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Bit by Bit Space finds its VR niche

Originally posted by Martin Cash at the Winnipeg Free Press Back when Facebook acquired the virtual-reality (VR) headset maker Oculus for US$2 billion in 2014, the buzz around VR was nearly deafening. The hype has definitely died down — some say that deal was one of Facebook’s rare mistakes — but there is no denying […]

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BSD Named Top AR & VR Company by Clutch

Over the years we have watched virtual and augmented reality grow from simple ideas to full-fledged solutions for our clients. Our early adopters stuck by while the technology evolved and our latest clients are working with us to develop some really exciting new experiences. With the market for virtual & augmented reality growing every year, it’s […]

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Measuring Technology In The North

One of the themes that has been developing for some time at BSD with our clients is how can we take the technology we’ve been working on for so long and really measure how well it works & make the biggest impact.

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Level Up Manitoba

One of the most exciting projects we worked on this year was Level Up for the Safe Workers of Tomorrow. Level Up brings you to a world where workplace hazards are all around and it’s your job to fix them. The virtual experience helps you see how quickly a small thing, like an overstocked cupboard, […]

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PechaKucha Presentation – Business Sucks

Entrepreneur and developer Daniel Blair has been in tech running his company, Bit Space Development, for some time, and as such, he’s had first-hand experience in the joys and pains of the process of building a business. Listen to Dan talk about trying to reach your ambitions, what he’s learned so far as a business owner in […]

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The Quest For The (Free) VR PC

This is a project that I have been working on for nearly a year. For a long time I have been building computers, since before it was cool to own your own gaming rig. The first PC that I owned that I could call my own I had to put together myself, before that I had to time share with my family.. which for young Dan was not always the easiest task. While I was in highschool I took system building to an obsessive level and at one point had 30 computers in my basement, which  I later donated to local schools.