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How redefining immersive tech as XR could help businesses and consumers
CoverGirl offers augmented reality makeup trials in Times Square
Qualcomm is bringing immersive reality to your phone
Tens of millions of shoppers will be using augmented and virtual reality technologies by 2025
The Royal Mint embraces the wonders of AR to celebrate a coin
Researchers have developed a VR map of a tumour to allow scientists to observe cells from all angles and for greater diagnostics.
The world’s thinnest interactive surface could bring huge breakthroughs for the immersive technology sector.
Find out how mixed reality merges the real and virtual worlds to produce new environments and visualisations in our latest Tech Explained feature.
AR compatible lightweight sunglasses use sound instead of sight to relay information.
Researchers in Germany have a developed a wafer thin e-skin wearable that detects the Earth’s magnetic fields and can be used to control devices or for navigation.
Explore the range of Springwise’s top innovations in immersive technology in our latest curated Top 10.
With the release of the first Springwise podcast in partnership with Digital Catapult, we bring you some expert insights into what the future might hold for immersive technologies.
Hardware and software improvements continue to excel in computer vision (CV) and deep learning technology. Depth sensors are fundamental to the understanding of innovations using these technologies. Find out more about how they are being used in this 2-minute read.
This virtual desk space could radically change how we use our smartphones.
How do haptics add a sense of touch to devices and virtual environments? Find out more in our latest Tech Explained feature.
New, lightweight haptic feedback gloves provide a realistic feeling of lifting and manipulating virtual objects.
New smart glasses are controlled through a ring and project holograms into the wearer’s eyes.
An assistive handheld AR device can detect where patient veins are using an infrared laser and then projects this image back onto the patient’s skin.
An AR app allows users to view videos that leap off the page of a print newspaper.
A SaaS platform enables businesses to easily implement customizable ‘mixed reality’ solutions without needing prior expertise of hardware systems.
A new holographic display allows 3D images to be viewed without glasses.