We have always said that how much ever time it may take but we have in the future of the virtual reality market and now HP has proved the same with its latest announcement. HP recently announced workstations and a pro-grade Windows Mixed Reality Headset for content creators and industrial uses. The company already has its Windows Mixed Reality headset, which resembles a cross between … Continue reading HP goes VR heavy!
Not so long ago, we wrote about living the life of a detective in 1940’s Los Angeles and now comes the opportunity of being a part of the FBI Task Force, in charge of investigating one of the most challenging domestic terrorist cases in US history. We are talking about “Unabomber: The Virtual Reality Experience”. To give you a brief, Ted Kaczynski, or “The Unabomber,” … Continue reading Step into Unabomber’s cabin, in VR
The concept of VR has been here for decades but it was in mid-2014 that the modern consumer VR era was kickstarted with the launch of Google Cardboard. The onslaught really began in November 2015 with the release of Samsung Gear VR. A year later, substantial growth was recorded in the industry with the launch of high-end Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. In every case, … Continue reading Sneak peak into the VR world of 2018
IKEA, the world’s largest furniture retailer, is constantly trying new things—from rethinking co-living to launching pop-up restaurants. IKEA has already done some early work to embrace augmented reality in its brick-and-mortar stores with the launch of an AR app that lets users pick and place virtual furniture in their own space. Through a recent design collaboration with Wavemaker, the company is taking the next step … Continue reading IKEA’s newest retail concept: VR experience
India’s first digital incubator for college entrepreneurs, SV.CO has now partnered with Facebook to offer a broader exposure to students.The programme termed as School of Innovation will help engineering students in India make the most of the rapidly emerging tech ecosystem. The VR Program in School of Innovation, the first area of focus as part of the program, will provide a platform for the best … Continue reading School of Innovation is here to take India’s VR game to next level
Giant robots and futuristic cyberpunk castles now rise out of lush mountain slopes on the outskirts of Guiyang, the capital of one of China’s poorest provinces. Well, it might turn out to be profitable for Guiyang but for the rest of the world, it is definitely exciting for it is China’s first virtual reality theme park. The new VR park, named ‘Oriental Science Fiction Valley‘, … Continue reading China all set to make it big with VR Sci-Fi theme park!
VR has now crossed galaxies as Star Wars becomes the latest franchise to get the virtual reality treatment with its new computer-generated experience called Secrets of the Empire launching just in time for new movie The Last Jedi. Opening up at The Atrium in Westfield London shopping centre, Secrets of the Empire is dubbed as a “hyper-reality experience” by Lucasfilm, ILMxLAB and The VOID. The … Continue reading Be the Stormtroopers and travel galaxies in VR!
Putting us inside a virtual reality world is a good start, but many companies who have invested in VR ignored the fact that we need to interact with the surroundings too. As we all know that usage of traditional physical controllers in virtual reality environment is quite complicated and usage of keyboards, especially in the same environment, is barely possible at all even for experienced … Continue reading Logitech brings keyboard into VR
Our memories of World War II have been revived a lot of times in the recent past with movies like Dunkirk and video games like Call of Duty; and to add more to our visual memory, we now have a virtual experience from the same period. Scientists have developed a new online 360-degree virtual experience, allowing users to explore one of the world’s most famous … Continue reading Project Thistlegorm: On the sunken ship, from your home
“The 36 Questions That Lead To Love” based on work by the psychologist Arthur Aron is now not unknown to any. The New York Times caused quite a stir with it in 2015 and now, there is a VR experience based on the same. Oculus along with director Kevin Cornish recently launched an experiential virtual reality effort, Fall in Love VR. The main idea of … Continue reading Now VR will help us Fall in Love