Production VR & AR Feature

13 June, 2020

Insta360 ONE R Review: Will you ever need another action camera?

We got our hands on an Insta360 ONE R Twin Edition for review and tested it out doing what it was designed for. Will you ever shoot flat video again?...

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6 May, 2020

So you can’t go to the cinema, is VR a viable alternative?

With the recent coronavirus outbreak, many things have changed in day-to-day life.  In the entertainment industry, most production has been delayed...

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5 March, 2020

If Google can't make a success of VR, who can?

A sobering development in the world of VR content consumption: Google's wonderfully accessible Cardboard platform has been declared EOL by its...

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27 January, 2020

AR and AR HMDs continue to improve, despite apparent indifference from the mass market

AR and VR were pretty big this year at CES. Here's our look at two of the most promising new headsets that were on show, and what they mean for the...

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4 December, 2019

KanDao Qoocam 8K: The world's smallest 8K 360 camera?

Affordable 360 cameras have always had one big limitation. Resolution. All this is about to change with the KanDao Qoocam 8K, an affordable, and very...

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29 November, 2019

Volumetric video: now you can try it for yourself!

Prince thought the idea “demonic” but holographic proxies for pop stars are closer to the bone than ever. In a claimed world first, a single by...

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3 October, 2019

Forget 32K, are you ready for light field displays?

This is a shot taken looking at a Creal3D Light Field display headset. The focus differential here is real as the camera taking the shot saw it, not...

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13 August, 2019

This new system solves one of the most difficult aspects of motion capture

Our palm lines and fingerprints are as unique as our face and the movement of our fingers and hands as expressive as our eyes but animating them has...

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1 August, 2019

Ultravioletto's Neural Mirror is literally a ghost in the machine!

The falling green code which opens all The Matrix movies represents the encoded activity of the virtual reality environment (aka the Matrix). An...

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1 August, 2019

Synthesising photoreal humans has now been made easier than ever before

VFX simulations, especially of photoreal digital humans, involve painstaking scanning, modelling, texturing and lighting, but the latest technologies...

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