Welcome to this weeks virtual reality & augmented reality review.
I hope you are all having a nice weekend, I’m currently in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire enjoying a weekend away with my partner Gem, right, lets get on with shall we…
Walmart has purchased a company called Spatialand who specializes in transforming existing content into immersive, virtual reality experiences. It seems Walmart is looking to lead the way in virtual marketing.
Intel’s new smart glasses look normal! Its about time as there has definitely been a few creepy looking glasses these past few years, they are called Vaunt and they do look really cool, what’s your thoughts?
Virtual reality can help in overcoming one’s greatest fears and it can definitely make you happy!
How cool is it though that we can create a virtual world that allows a person to do whatever they wish… well, this article really goes to show how much it means to a person when they are given the opportunity to do the near impossible!
I’ve read about this before but this is the first time I have seen a demo, it looks awesome!
Scroll is an augmented reality ring that allows a user to interact with their virtual environment using simple hand gestures.
Training for the winter Olympics and the Olympics sounds and looks like hard work doesn’t it, however, virtual reality is being used to unleash that raw power needed to get a gold, silver, bronze medal, new training environments are at your fingertips, you can do anything you want, be anywhere you want, climb a mountain and ski back down, go for a run in Hyde park.
Options are endless.
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