VR & AR

Is Facebook’s new Oculus Quest VR headset a more powerful Oculus Go, a less powerful Rift, or something else entirely?
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As far as high end specs go, everyone else might struggle to beat the concept of 16 8K Helium sensors arrayed together in a single rig…
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Reports of the death of VR may have been greatly exagerrated.
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VR really comes into its own when it’s used to preserve moments in time in stunning, immersive detail.
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While Lytro may be no more, lightfields are still a big, and very useful field of research. And this latest system from Google aims to transform the way VR is captured.
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How developers are effectively making VR possible in small spaces. A bit like a virtual version of Doctor Who's TARDIS.
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SIGGRAPH is upon us once more. Phil Rhodes takes a look back on its history and where things are heading in 2018.
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Whether you thought 'Smell-O-Vision' was a good idea or not back in the 60's, Pixmax Technologies is bringing it to VR!
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The cinema dream of the hologram promised in Star Wars, Iron Man, and Minority Report is being chased hard by numerous developers – among them Lightfield Labs and Leia Inc.
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Why the sheer pace of the development of VR technology could be killing the chance for narrative 360 video to establish itself, and allow full creative exploration of the format.
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Occasionally we get CEOs of companies to reflect on the use of AI in their own products as well as in the wider world. This time Digital Anarchy CEO Jim Tierney looks at whether AI really will replace us, and what it has to do with the fate of VR.
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