Virtual reality allows us to travel the world from the comfort of our own homes, without the hassle of spending hours on a cramped plane seat and the risk of losing our luggage on the way. As the pandemic persists, businesses and tourism boards around the globe are expanding their horizons in trying to cope with travel restrictions. They are increasingly relying on VR magic to tickle home-bound travellers’ interest in destinations that are currently out of reach to most of us.
The ideal VR headset for business is standalone, lightweight and difficult to damage by the average user. Some high-end virtual reality solutions, like the HTC Vive Pro, are enterprise-designed from the ground up. While these expensive VR headsets are great for one-off showcase events, the need for more affordable pieces of kit is more pressing in corporate contexts. Customizable and business-friendly headsets are of the essence in providing scalable immersive experiences in showrooms, at fairs and in the workplace.
Sourdough can look a million different ways. Depending on how you conceive the dough, it can be smooth or rough, look blobby or distinct, have big seeds or no seeds, feel wet or dry—all in various degrees. So how do we go about making sure the Puratos Sourdough Library can input all these million sourdoughs in its virtual collection?
The virtual showroom is one of the rare concepts in tech that explains itself. The idea behind it is simple: your showroom, warehouse or shop is captured using high-quality images and then digitized. This allows your virtual environment to be accessed on any device that’s not older than a decade.
Research in 150 manufacturing and service companies using Augmented Reality shows huge benefits in knowledge transfer, onboarding, training and reduction of costs and faults.
We waded through five big reports so you don’t have to: here are the key take-aways!
Oculus, owned by Facebook, launched not just one but two new Virtual Reality setups: The Oculus Rift S, an improvement on the Oculus Rift, and the highly anticipated Oculus Quest.
What exactly makes these VR goggles so exciting? Grab a virtual seat.
Microsoft has unveiled their second generation augmented reality goggles, the HoloLens 2, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last weekend.
They are making it particularly clear that this is an enterprise product, and will be sold only to companies.
Here’s what’s new in the HoloLens 2.