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VR therapy programme aims to reduce the fear of heights with computer-generated virtual coach.
Major airline launches new feature that offers users an interactive, pre-flight VR tour of their aircraft.
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.
Startup incorporates state-of-the-art technology into its films to create a unique experience
The VR program allows the public to explore Guy Gibson’s Lancaster of the Second World War.
Production company offers audiences the chance to learn more about one of the most infamous estates in the capital city.
A new device creates collaborative immersion through augmented reality by using projection mapping technologies to tell a story about an object.
A startup provides comprehensive architectural visualization through VR and 3D printed models to help get home owners and developers involved in the design process.
Australian company is developing a suite of AR features to change the way fans engage with sport, from gamifying the in-stadium experience to AR stats in the living room and even city wide.
A new innovation can create 360 degree, 3D holograms using sensors and a 3D projector.
A new gestural controller allows hands-free control on devices without cameras.
A new tool uses VR to help young patients understand and be less afraid of undergoing medical procedures
A new campaign makes museum art more accessible to the visually impaired using haptic VR gloves to touch sculptures.
This startup connects employees via teleconference for an immersive, VR data analysis experience.
The add-on device can be built into any VR headset to help the one third of people who suffer with motion sickness.
A new performance piece combines dance and VR to give viewers the perspective of a speck of dust floating through the performance
Researchers are working on a way to use virtual reality to retrain the brain and muscles of stroke victims to aid in recovery.