Supermedium launches its virtual reality web browser backed by Y Combinator Virtual reality’s content problem has been so frustrating for users because the medium’s promise has been that it can take users anywhere. As developers continue to build up these … Continue reading Browsing the web
How to Create Viral Content for Your VR Application: A Lesson You Should Learn The ideas of virtual reality implementation mature together with the technology. The future of enterprise mobile applications is inseparable from VR and AR technologies. And businesses … Continue reading How to make viral VR content
How WebVR will make virtual reality massively available If you haven’t heard of WebVR yet, it’s time to take notice. It’s a relatively new product that lets you access virtual reality through a browser, bypassing the need to download heavy … Continue reading The future of Internet
25 Years Later After The Crash, Web and VR Are Finally Converging For Real Twenty five years after the first consumer VR crash, virtual reality is poised to upend human-computer interaction, the Internet has disrupted every facet of life as … Continue reading Why people want to create VR for the Web
New Challenges AR will pose for the Web Web VR (Virtual Reality) has taken some strong strides thanks to the efforts of Google and Mozilla. The standards are evolving to be very solid. The current focus for Web VR is … Continue reading Web in AR
#179: Visualizing Stock Market Data & Bringing VR to Wall Street with QuantVR Eric Greenbaum was at a New York Virtual Reality Meetup when someone from the financial industry came up to him with some ideas for how to use … Continue reading VR for traders
Virtual reality a new frontier for religions Virtual reality technology is going to radically change what it means to attend church in the next fifty years — and maybe much sooner. While the technology is still in its infancy, however, virtual churches are limited experiments rather than significant outreach efforts – but this will change. “Numerous persons and groups have developed churches in the virtual world, mainly Second Life,” Rev. Christopher Benek told Hypergrid Business. “I would venture to say that most have been less concerned with true evangelical success and more focused on what their technological exploratory experience may … Continue reading Can virtual religion be a profitable business?