Fantastic use case, give you a safe environment to train the fear away and break down barriers in your life.
Lay the groundwork first for your products to thrive in. Apple’s long run solution looks promising but they still need that modular Mac Pro for cutting edge VR work. Graphics card cycle times are far more condensed than the iMac hardware refresh rate.
This refresh will make the new iMac really compelling for developers, especially those waiting for more powerful machines. Oculus once said that they don’t support Macs because they aren’t powerful enough to run a VR rig. Not anymore.
The we’re getting closer to the mass adoption milestone on the technology development timeline.
VR experiences that recreate historical events are becoming more popular in classrooms and at historic sites across the globe. And some creators are hoping they can amplify textbook accounts with a deeper, more empathetic look at some of our most critical moments.
A little disturbing but if it will get kids to learn about important sacrifices for freedom throughout history then why not?
SONICAM is a photographer’s dream camera as it also contains ISO, white balance, shutter, a professional Gamma setting, sharpness, saturation, contrast, and much more. RAW image format is available for post-production so users can edit them with their own artistic touch.
It’s incredible how many of these cameras are being developed, all vying for a sliver of the market. At this point there is no clear front runner, only time will determine what the go-to will be for various segments of the market. What is clear is requirements: Live, RAW, and at least 4K.
The startup building these training experiences is STRIVR Labs, a relatively low-profile VR company that had previously focused largely on developing VR training for collegiate and professional athletics programs.
This is where the money is in VR. It may not grab many headlines but opportunities present themselves to the shrewd investors. B2B Training Vendors for the future.
Best comment from the article via Ahmad Kareh, Twistlab Marketing
Marketing today requires heavy engagement and consumers’ expectations are high. The virtual reality phenomenon is more than just a trend, it’s an opportunity for unique interaction and gamification on a new level of engagement.
We haven’t seen what VR will become yet and the evolution will happen gradually. You won’t notice if you fixate on the tech, but if you notice the next time you’re at a theme park or theatre, the advancement will hit you.
Added density will help with immersion, how long it will take to become truly immersive will be interesting to see.
The virtual reality (VR) market is expected to be worth about $34 billion annually by 2022. Tech investors are understandably excited about this expanding opportunity, particularly as giants like Facebook and Alphabet make huge plays in the space.
If you are looking for dividend stocks in VR then you have conflicting goals in your investment profile. VR innovation will come from startups while established tech giants will facilitate hardware ecosystems. If you are looking to invest in tech, you understand the risk profile associated with the industry. Income stocks will have an inherently lower risk profile than pure play tech investment.
In the first four months of 2017, the L.A. center registered more than 25,000 admissions and an average revenue of $15,000 per week. It estimates that 100 locations could contribute about $25 million in annual revenue.
Like lasertag on steroids, brilliant market play by IMAX, out of home has so much potential. It’ll be interesting to see if theme parks pick up on this as a new attraction. Disney’s Pandora theme park just opened and I could definitely see this being a headline attraction.
Virtual reality can create an environment that is safe, repeatable and place someone in an immersive context that’s designed for a specific treatment. Floreo uses this enabling technology to create a new generation of autism therapy that has the potential to be both effective and engaging, and capable of teaching skills that would be very difficult to teach in a therapeutic setting.
Exciting developments that many with VR tunnel vision can’t see yet.
the perspective we could bring to our own problems if we were able to approach them as if they came from someone else would be unique, and we’d be far more likely to follow our own advice than that from anyone else.
Interesting idea, a twist on the concept of immortality could simply be your digitized self with a complete profile of your character and idiosyncrasies.
Change the approach, unlock the true potential of the medium.
There’s enormous innovation occurring that allows real interactive storytelling, and we created divisions to focus on games, VR and location-based entertainment. We’re trying to define the best ways to create content for each.
Keeping up the #AlienCovenant weekend (great film) this new VR game is a great example of multi-platform execution for tentpole creative IP.
This is going to be huge. Yes there will always be a market for group viewing of sports, it’s a communal event, but the off night where you want to watch the game alone…
The question is: How much does a virtual-reality environment enhance the power of storytelling? I’ve seen dozens of VR experiences over the last few years, and I always come away thinking that I’d have enjoyed it more on a traditional 2D screen.
There’s the rub; the medium requires a form of storytelling that taps into the power of VR. The position the author takes is short sighted though. Media consumption paradigm shifts look alien to those who can’t see beyond the horizon.
you’re communicating with friends, but under the illusion that you’re all in the center of the same 360-degree video, not sitting with each other in a virtual living room. We’ll have to wait to find out how intimate that feels.
As long as avatars have legs it will be more compelling.
AI and Robots coming full circle and soon they’ll close the loop without the need for humans. At least they’ll know how to use VR.
Good things come with time and Google is moving nicely into a market niche that’s both affordable and simple for VR content consumption.
VR has many applications and we’re only seeing the beginning. Healthcare will see a substantial shift in how medical professionals are trained and dealing with what-if simulations.
A place so special and holy that Moroccans strive to keep it a secret. From atop the highest peak you can watch the sun set for miles.
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While atop the Arc de Triomphe in Paris you get the perfect view of the city. This photo was taken using Kodak Aerochrome Infrared film to bring out different colours and give the moment a unique perspective.
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This was the result of a recent trip to Killarney Provincial Park in Norther Ontario, Canada. I took an LG 360 Cam to experiment with the VR format. Turned out pretty well with only a few issues with the accelerometer not knowing how to balance itself. Definitely an engaging experience.