Modus VR has upgraded its Virtual Reality software with the addition of new Conference Technology objects, features, and partners.
According to global tech market advisory firm ABI Research, consumer AR software and content is expected to grow at over 100 percent CAGR between 2021 and 2025.
Shift, a futuristic technology company, is offering free VR training for healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New VR tools can help make remote meetings more immersive and distance education more engaging, all while staying home as you keep yourself and your family safe.
NDI, a Vizrt Group brand, has unveiled NDI version 4.5 of its video-over-IP technology, one of the most widely adopted in the world.
Volvo's Casper Wickman shares how the marque is evaluating new car features from behind the wheel in mixed reality, using Varjo's groundbreaking XR-1 headset.
Glue Collaboration, developer of collaborative, real-time VR software services, has announced the next generation of its VR-first collaboration platform, adding a host of new features.
Industrial-grade VR/XR developer Varjo has introduced real-time chroma keying and marker tracking as early access features for its XR-1 Developer Edition headset.
The virtual reality market will surpass $24.5 billion in revenues by 2024, quickly growing at a 45.7 percent CAGR (2019 to 2024), finds global tech market advisory firm, ABI Research.
Lenovo introduced VR Classroom 2, a solution that empowers teachers and administrators to integrate virtual reality lessons into their curriculum.
"Human-eye resolution" XR headset manufacturer Varjo has partnered with Lenovo to create Certified for Varjo pairings on Lenovo desktop and mobile workstations for all Varjo VR and AR HMDs.
Penn State's Center for Immersive Experiences will increase access to virtual reality, augmented reality, 360-degree video, mixed reality, and more for students and faculty.
Igloo Vision has partnered with Sennheiser and Neumann to create a customizable Shared VR solution that can immerse entire teams in 360-degree or VR content.
It might seem like we're living in a futuristic world today, but the technological developments of the coming years just might make life in 2019 feel like flying blind.