An Opinion On Virtual Reality By Someone Who Knows Absolutely Nothing About Virtual Reality I see a lot of posts about things like VR, and wearables and I actively avoid them. I could argue that I’m trying to be like … Continue reading VR on your face
Aardman on the challenges of telling stories in virtual reality Filmmakers are by nature control freaks and we like to be able to direct the precise way stories are told. Getting this right is what we spend our lives trying … Continue reading Experiments on VR storytelling
Waiting for a virtual reality revolution For those looking to overcome a fear of heights, the first step may now involve donning a virtual reality (VR) headset. The next step is a little scarier: a walk along the edge of … Continue reading The Korea’s VR market
Future Geriatricians ‘Become’ Alfred, a 74-Year-Old Patient, Using Virtual Reality Imagine sitting across from your doctor. He’s speaking to you, but you can’t hear him clearly. There’s a large black smudge where his face should be, so you’re unable to … Continue reading The perspective of a patient
Google Daydream: The Next Android Will Have Virtual Reality Baked Right In Clay Bavor, Google’s vice president of virtual reality, isn’t all that concerned with perfection. Sure, he’d love to create virtual worlds that look and feel like real ones, … Continue reading Google’s VR
Virtual reality will continue to disappoint, even when it’s awesome Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies may get a lot of love from venture capitalists and the tech community, but most people still don’t know what they are. … Continue reading Are expectations too high for VR?
Virtual Reality Owes a Lot to the Air Guitar Legend has it virtual reality started as a way to make a really good air guitar. “Absolutely. Hell yes. Hell yes. Exactly,” virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier told me with characteristic … Continue reading The pioneer of VR