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How redefining immersive tech as XR could help businesses and consumers
Qualcomm is bringing immersive reality to your phone
Users experience the challenges visually impared athletes overcome to play football
Virtual reality videos teach drivers road safety
The Royal Mint embraces the wonders of AR to celebrate a coin
Virtual reality helps social workers and others engage more effectively with vulnerable children
A new mask can add aroma, as well as the sensation of heat and cool, to VR headsets.
Researchers have developed a VR map of a tumour to allow scientists to observe cells from all angles and for greater diagnostics.
Find out how mixed reality merges the real and virtual worlds to produce new environments and visualisations in our latest Tech Explained feature.
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.
New, lightweight haptic feedback gloves provide a realistic feeling of lifting and manipulating virtual objects.
A social enterprise company aims to engage people with the protection and growth of the country’s native bird population.
What elements go into creating a realistic VR experience? Find out more in this 2-minute read.
VR therapy programme aims to reduce the fear of heights with computer-generated virtual coach.
National education scheme embraces virtual reality to help learner drivers hit the road with confidence.
The second instalment of our ‘Future of Work’ series considers ways to overcome the challenge of maintaining productivity in the modern workplace, ranging from innovative and customisable desks to AI monitoring systems.
An immersive experience that tells a father and son’s story about coming to terms with dementia.
London-based startup hopes to manipulate the third most reactive sense – touch – as part of its project’s offering.
The technology helps users navigate data by grabbing and interacting with it.