The Bleeding Edge of VR & Healthcare On June 1, the first Virtual Reality and Healthcare Symposium to focus on the impact of virtual reality on health and medicine will take place at George Washington University. VR Voice, a content … Continue reading Transforming medical education
Three use cases for virtual reality in enterprise Key takeaways. Virtual reality technology is maturing at an unprecedented rate. Well designed content is now required to drive adoption of the platform. The strongest use cases for virtual reality are creative … Continue reading Is it just waiting for content?
Oregon Project Uses Holograms To Transform The Classroom A virtual trip to the pyramids? An interactive hologram of the universe? Virtual and augmented reality has the potential to transform the classroom and how we learn everything from history to astronomy … Continue reading Expanding horizons
The empathy machine: can VR stop bad city developments before they happen? When I first meet him near Euston station in central London, the Norwegian architect Haavard Tveito is carrying a copy of Ernest Cline’s dystopian novel Ready Player One. … Continue reading Making people more human
Can the level of immersion in VR games become a problem? Most of us can agree that the quality of graphics and the representation of realistic textures are important selling points for video games. If you don’t agree, then think … Continue reading Near-complete immersion
Alejandro G. Inarritu Embraces Virtual Reality (But Don’t Call It Cinema) The inclusion of two movies produced by Netflix turned this year’s Cannes Film Festival competition into something of a referendum on what is cinema and what isn’t. Ironic then … Continue reading What it is to be a migrant
Air New Zealand Actually Considers Putting HoloLens on Flight Attendants Air New Zealand is exploring how the Microsoft HoloLens can enhance its in-flight service, becoming the first airline to openly consider equipping its cabin crew with the augmented reality headset. … Continue reading How to predict passengers’ needs