VR & AR

30 July, 2019

Microscopically small LEDs are the future of displays

MicroLEDs are the revolutionary new display technology that will form the future for all types of gadgetry that requires a screen.

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12 June, 2019

Is VR the future of Cinema? [opinion]

A sceptic who previously wrote off virtual reality decides to try one of the modern breed of VR headsets to see if the experience has improved.

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7 May, 2019

The real use for hyper resolution lies beyond conventional cinema

When it comes to seemingly infinitely increasing resolutions it is all too easy to forget that there are very real, and much needed, reasons why they...

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25 February, 2019

Minority Report for real: HoloLens 2 is AR on an industrial scale

Microsoft has unveiled HoloLens 2, an upgraded version of the mixed-reality headgear and the nearest thing yet to being able to interact Minority...

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22 February, 2019

These smart glasses from LetinAR are a big advance for optical AR

Data glasses are about to get 8K, OLED and a mass production push.

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29 January, 2019

Pixotope might be the next paradigm shift in live TV production

The Weather Channel Who'd have thought you could stage a live virtual studio using only a PC and a GPU? The Future Group's Pixotope is a staggering...

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13 December, 2018

Not just for VR: Volumetric video holds huge advantages for traditional video too

At the end of September, Facebook unveiled a volumetric 360-degree camera built in a collaboration with RED Digital Cinema. Known as the Manifold,...

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4 December, 2018

How VR’s vocabulary could be its downfall

GoPro's Fusion allows the use of 'over capture' to select the POV in post. But this term is but one of many to describe the same process, and it...

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26 November, 2018

Why Jaunt’s VR exit is good news for Virtual Reality

The sale by Virtual Reality production pioneer Jaunt of its VR equipment division should not be seen as another nail in the VR coffin. On the...

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31 October, 2018

What’s the best photo-realistic 3D animation software money can’t buy?

Answer? Google Earth Pro. Until January 2015, this high resolution, professional version of the popular mapping software Google Earth, cost...

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