October 16, 2016
Computer and VR Researchers at Purdue University have gone deep into the hand’s near endless complexity to bring us DeepHand, the next generation of virtual manual systems. In the near future we will manipulate virtual objects as second nature. Our children won’t differentiate between virtual and real word actions because the interface between the two […]
January 11, 2016
John O’Hare is a senior researcher and technical director of the Octave System – a VR immersive cave environment – at the University of Salford. He’s got some rather impressive videos of the system at work. In the autumn of 2015 John took his camera into the University of Salford to record projects underway in […]
November 20, 2015
Source: Unboxing 360Fly. The 360 Video and VR Revolution gains momentum <a Mobile and broadcast journalist Glen Mulcahy writes an excellent WordPress blog on the tools available to create multimedia journalism on mobile devices. He also covers emerging technologies and has spoken for the past two years about journalists and documentary makers using 360 cameras […]
November 10, 2015
Richard Tongeman, lead animator and director at Hammerhead, speaks about how this young company is plotting its virtual rise. Virtual reality appears to be on the cusp of global breakthrough and the north east will get an insight into its potential this week when the VRTGO Conference takes over the Baltic Centre on 12 November. […]
March 13, 2015
Interest in VR seems to be reaching explosive proportions. While most people have still to try out commercial virtual reality headsets, Gateshead Council wants to harness the hype in its brand new VRTGO Laboratories. Virtual reality is one of the buzz technologies that everyone wants to be involved with. While Google Glass and its augmented […]
January 7, 2015
For anyone wondering how films will still have the power to change our world in future, look no further than the interactive documentary. Film makers are opening up new arenas and asking viewers to become involved in the story directly, using aspects of video gaming to bring their subjects to life. I think everyone should […]
October 20, 2014
Medical and veterinary clinicians are surrounded by high tech equipment for diagnostics and surgery, whether it is magnetic resonance imaging, digital x-ray technology, ultrasound or laparoscopy for keyhole surgery, but with the introduction of Google Glass and wearable technologies, commercial devices are offering up new possibilities in medicine. Early adopters of Google Glass were dubbed […]
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