Vicon debuts markerless motion capture prototype
Vicon will debut its machine learning (ML) powered markerless technology at SIGGRAPH 2023 in Los Angeles, in collaboration with Artanim, the Swiss research institute and the VR group, Dreamscape Immersive.
AR and VR: game-changers for the industrial sector?
We reached out to experts in design and manufacturing to find out what role AR and VR can play in the industrial sector.
Modified VR technology can measure brain activity
Scientists have adapted a commercially available virtual reality headset, enabling it to gauge brain activity and investigate responses to cues, stressors, and external stimuli.
Kubos red microLED techn boosted with £700,000 investment
Kubos Semiconductors, a microLED material technology company, has announced that it has won a £700,000 Future Economy Investor Partnerships (FEIP) grant from Innovate UK, the UK government’s innovation agency.
Theorem drives engineering and manufacturing innovation
Theorem Solutions is thrilled to announce the latest update to TheoremXR (2023.2). Theorem's suite of extended reality (XR) products is constantly advancing to meet the demands of their valued customers and the ever-evolving world of engineering and manufacturing with spatial computing.
Premo Group 3D coil receiver antenna for VR/AR
Premo Group has announced the launch of the 3DCC03 series, one of the smallest 3D coil receiver antennas on the market.
Near-eye display shipments in wearable XR applications will grow by 56%
Near-eye display shipments for XR (Extended Reality) applications, including AR (Augmented Reality), VR (Virtual Reality), and MR (Mixed Reality) will grow 56% year-on-year (YoY) to 21.4 million units in 2023 according to the latest Near Eye Display for XR Application Report – 2023 from Omdia.
Museums of the future: making exhibitions more interactive with technology
Technology is ever evolving in every aspect of our lives. Museums are one of the sectors you might not immediately connect with technological advancements, with their focus on preserving history.
Improving urban planning with virtual reality
What should the city we live in look like? How do structural changes affect the people who move around it?
Virtual event platform market to reach $40Bn by 2032
As per the report by Global Market Insights, the worldwide virtual event platform market was valued at $10 billion in 2022 and will surpass a revenue collection of $40 billion by 2032 with an annual growth rate of 10% over 2023 to 2032.