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Gear 360 and Gear VR with Controller Elevate the Galaxy Experience

Samsung’s Gear 360 places the keys to creating immersive, 360° content in users’ hands. The camera’s latest edition is equipped with new features and a refined design to make sharing those moments even easier, adding further depth to viewers’ immersion with impeccable 4K video.
19th May 2017

Yi Halo rig released for Google Jump VR platform

Yi Halo rig released for Google Jump VR platform
  The Xiaomi-backed Chinese company Yi Technology has expanded into the world of VR and 360° video with two new cameras that were announced at the NAB conference in Las Vegas in April. One is for professionals - it’s called the Yi Halo, and it was made in partnership with Google. The other is a consumer spherical camera called the Yi 360 VR.
19th May 2017

Experiemnce 'Multi-Device Visualisation' at VR World

Experiemnce 'Multi-Device Visualisation' at VR World
    The Theorem team will be at VR World (stand C25) in London, UK, on 16th and 17th May 2017 to demonstrate their latest Multi-Device Visualisation Experience Application.
12th May 2017


VR World Congress - the latest tech from a growing sector

VR World Congress - the latest tech from a growing sector
Hosted in the centre of Bristol Millennium Square, 11th-13th April 2017, the VR World Congress (VRWC) was divided into conferences and an expo, with an impressive speaker list made up of representatives from AMD, Google, Microsoft and HTC. Electronic Specifier’s Daisy Stapley-Bunten reports.
8th May 2017

Over half of consumers expect to see VR in shops

Over half of consumers expect to see VR in shops
A survey by Omnico has found that 61% of UK consumers expect bricks-and-mortar retailers to offer them VR headsets, multi-experience loyalty apps and other advanced technologies such as voice activation within three years. It also discovered that 56% of shoppers believe VR will help them buy anything from cars to clothing and holidays to homes. The findings are part of the quarterly Omnico Retail Gap Barometer, measuring the experiences and expectations of 1,000 UK shoppers.
4th May 2017

Shaun the Sheep enters the virtual world with the VR Movie Barn

Shaun the Sheep enters the virtual world with the VR Movie Barn
  The first ever Shaun the Sheep VR experience 'Shaun the Sheep Movie Barn VR' has been released by Aardman. The free app will be available from Google Play and the Apple App Store and viewable through light mobile headsets, such as Google Cardboard.
26th April 2017

Free visualization app combines the ‘real-world’ with high quality holograms

Free visualization app combines the ‘real-world’ with high quality holograms
UK-based Theorem Solutions’ free Visualization application for the Microsoft HoloLens Mixed Reality device has been officially launched on the Microsoft App Store, and is now available for download. The App allows users to visualize and experience Engineering and Manufacturing design data in a mixed reality environment that combines the ‘real-world’ with high quality holographic representations.
26th April 2017

Can VR provide the jump-start for the haptics industry?

Can VR provide the jump-start for the haptics industry?
Haptic technology is now present in billions of electronic devices, from vibrating smartphones to notifications in industrial scanners. With this in mind, a new report from IDTechEx Research, Haptics 2017-2027: Technologies, Markets and Players, has revealed that the haptics industry will be worth $2.8bn by 2027.
26th April 2017

VR playing a vital role for terminally ill patients

VR playing a vital role for terminally ill patients
As they battle terminal illnesses, patients at a hospice in Leicester are using virtual reality to break out of the restrictions placed upon them by their conditions and experience life again. A special film has been commissioned for the LOROS Hospice to give terminally ill patients whose lives have become restricted due to their illness, the chance to see the world from the comfort of their chair or bed.  
25th April 2017

Augmented Reality simplifies repairs and maintenance

Augmented Reality simplifies repairs and maintenance
It has been announced that Leybold, a German company of the Atlas Copco Group, is the first vacuum pump manufacturer to test the diverse application possibilities of Augmented Reality. While executing tasks, service technicians obtain useful additional information and graphical documentation, partly in 3D. Leybold plans to extend the scalable AR apps to other product areas such as training, repair and maintenance purposes. 
21st April 2017


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