Virtual Reality May Reveal New Clues about Autism Social Difficulties You’re walking down a narrow corridor. Someone is walking toward you, so you step to one side. But in that moment, they step to the same side. You make eye … Continue reading The challenge of virtual interaction
New Virtual Reality Tool for Architects to Track User Behavior in a Building Not a very long time ago, Virtual Reality as we know it was science fiction, but now you and anyone can purchase VR headsets which can be … Continue reading User behavior in space
Guardian launches new virtual reality project – First Impressions The Guardian is pleased to announce the launch of First Impressions, its third virtual reality project available on Daydream View, Google’s platform for high quality, mobile VR. Using state-of-the-art VR technology, … Continue reading How babies colour in the world
The future of fighting sports concussions could be virtual reality The National Football League kickoff game in September was the first time in nearly 40 years that the same teams who played each other for the previous Super Bowl championship … Continue reading How to reduce injuries in football
Eye-tracking Glasses Give Glimpse into Professional Pianist’s Perception For immersive technologies like AR and VR to be effective, they need to understand not only about our world, but also about us. But we don’t even understand us all that well … Continue reading Recording viewpoints
Which New Areas of Virtual Reality Will Use Eye-Tracking? This question originally appeared on Quora, the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. You can follow Quora on Twitter, Facebook, … Continue reading Does eye-tracking work?
VR eye tracking could shape your relationships with virtual people Well over a year ago, I tried a Kickstarter-funded virtual reality headset that could track not just your head, but your pupils. It was called Fove, and it’s now open … Continue reading You can’t trick the computer