Passive vs active experiences, VR surgery, Highway of Tears documentary, virtual vacations, VR 101.
Reducing cognitive load, VR training for any danger, VR and the music scene, art in AR, the debate in VR was a bust, and realistic lighting for AR is here.
In this special podcast, join Aidha and Wren as we chat about VR raves, the man bankrolling VR, lucid dreaming, dissecting eyeballs, Actiongram, designing for mixed reality.
Special edition! Join us for an interview with Kain Tietzel, one of the driving forces behind the studio that created VR Noir. We talk making VR in Australia, the challenges of creating 360 interactive TV, and if a private island is on the horizon.
Virtual reality and B2C marketing, feminist porn, Snapchat hardware plans, magic spells for HoloLens, control robots in VR, and Lytro makes an immersive movie.
Evolution of virtual reality infographic, the fun of the familiar, legal tips for AR developers, Felix & Paul & the President, Seattle's VR community, and the legal defence of pigs in VR.
Children using VR for pain management, VR market in China, higher grades for gamers, closing the gender wage gap with VR, onboarding recruits with VR, and immersive storytelling challenges when writing for kids.
VR might break your brain, or it might partially heal your paralysis. SpaceVR goes 360 in space, V One are the lightest VR glasses in history, AR microscope for neurosurgeons, and a code of ethics for AR games.
VR sex edutainment, Mindshow, volumetric lightfield streaming, augmented reality running, the end of Skully, and the coolest thing ever - interactive dynamic video.
Samsung announcements, AR colouring for kids, first responders helped along by Mercedes, AR in health, Nvidia does real-time stitching, and creating a new genre in VR storytelling.
Violence in VR, Nvidia's eye-tracking and foveation tech, playing with robots in VR, weight in VR.
Can the internet handle VR's bandwidth, AR for business, the human machine divide, Nico360, and Star Wars for VR. That's it. Nothing else.
Don't forget to Splash this Saturday at 10am PST! Stepping into virtual reality memories, Planned Parenthood film, the rise of augmented reality, VR training for police and army medics, and Project Sansar.
Join us to Make a Splash by taking a 360 video at 10am July 16th. Google adds a VR shell, mixed reality vs augmented reality, Steven Spielberg signs on, Weather Channel toys with AR, and a new AR helmet lets pilots see through fog.
We discuss Magic Leap and whether they’ll want to sell, Yahoo’s Tiles ad platform, Stereolabs position tracking for mobile, the VR film Notes on Blindness, Rolls-Royce’s jump into AR drone ships, and storytelling in VR.
This week we prepare for our Symposium on VR Journalism, which will feature conversations with Emblematic, Associated Press, RYOT, and more! Plus, we break down peripherals for VR, talk therapy, and bring you the latest pretty infographics.
The first episode of Hammer & Tusk’s revised weekly podcast. We chat about VR sex, Bjork, curing arachnophobia using VR, stitching, Lenovo, and Draw Your Blade.