VR, Augmented Reality, Drones, and interesting stuff that’s a little bit off-topic from 3D printing.
Lego is now opening the first VR roller coaster ride called the "Great Lego Race" in March at the Legoland Florida resort. Visitors have the option of wearing a headset and plunging themselves into the Lego world.
With the launch of the new ŠKODA Karoq, the company commissioned designer Liam Hopkins from Lazerian creative studio to create a cardboard version of the car filled with everything a kid could ever need in an automobile.
These men were sent to prison before experiencing life as an adult. 20 years later, they're learning how to live in today's world with VR.
The HoloPlayer One is a tabletop device that lets you interact with holograms. It is now open to orders for developer and premium editions
How can you type in virtual reality? Logitech experiments with the Bridge VR keyboard, a VR solution for HTC Vive.
Last Friday, Disney released "Star Wars: Jedi Challenges", an augmented reality game with equipment developed in cooperation with Lenovo.
Ikea is getting stuck in with Apple's new AR Kit and developed an app called Place which means no more "pivot!" when buying furniture.
Dave & Buster's and HTC Vive are teaming up to bring VR headsets and multiplayer games to 114 locations across the US and Canada starting from next week. They're calling it the largest commercial VR arcade deployment.
This year's Tribeca Film Festival in New York City featured over 30 VR and AR experiences. Although the technology isn't quite mainstream enough for home enjoyment yet, the creativity on show certainly assures us of the future for the medium.
Target is using augmented reality (AR) to help customers decide whether their chosen product really suits them in a sanitary way. The technology is now available and will see future updates such as online Beauty Concierges.
Developed at Microsoft's expansive campus in Redmond, Washington, the Xbox Adaptive Controller is a first of its kind for the company: a hardware peripheral created with an inclusive design approach.
Due to the number of terrorist-related attacks increasing, researchers at Sheffield Hallam University have developed a new training method using virtual and augmented reality to better prepare police, first responders and air workers called AUGGMED.
As of the end of April, Autodesk's SketchBook artwork software has transitioned from a paid subscription model to completely free for individual users. Users can sketch away on any device to their heart's content without spending a dime.
Two New Zealand artists collaborated to create Terminus, a "five-part immersive experience" at the National Gallery of Australia. Their work blends art with virtual reality and creates some interesting results.
Boston's Planning & Development Agency has been busy. Courtesy of the aforementioned, you can download CAD files in a variety of formats of the entire city and see visualizations of city-wide data like flooding and energy usage.
Evelyn Hriberšek's EURYDIKE interactive art piece puts you in the dark; figuratively and, at times, literally. We caught up with the artist after experiencing the extended run of EURYDIKE.
VR technology just keeps getting better and better. The latest device to hit the market is the Vuze+ VR camera, with 360 degree 4K video in three dimensions!