VR apps for your phone can span everything from games to watching videos. Check out our list of the best VR apps to try out!
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How can you type in virtual reality? Logitech experiments with the Bridge VR keyboard, a VR solution for HTC Vive.
Engineers at UC San Diego use soft robotics and 3D printing to make gloves that provide tactile feedback in virtual reality environments.
Rosalie Yu recreates her sweet treats in hyper-realistic detail with a grand project called a Ritual of Habits. She's creating a virtual reality experience -- and a 3D printed facsimile -- of 256 desserts (and counting).
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.
BladeRunner 9732 is a virtual reality tour of Rick Deckard's Los Angeles apartment, developed by Quentin Lengel. It goes live on Steam on January 7th.
The global apartment and home rental service Airbnb will incorporate VR/AR technology to allow users to visit locations before renting them.
Atlas Obscura is exploring Virtual Reality technology to bring users to places in the world which they don't normally have access to.
Chinese manufacturer Detu is set to release their latest model of VR camera, the F4 Plus, capable of 8K live streaming in 360 degrees.
Take a VR tour of a display at the UK Government Art Collection, the result of a collaboration with the Cultural Heritage team at Sketchfab.
With a webcam and a 3D printed cube, researchers develop 3D controller system that could be used in anything from gaming to medical diagnoses.
Nokia is developing a sophisticated virtual reality platform to make high standard videos the norm through firmware and software updates.
Scientists working on a paleontological dig are using 3D printing and virtual reality to teach Australians about the dinosaur bones found in their backyards.
'Virtually Real' is an art pop-up project coming to London's Royal Academy in January 2017, featuring the HTC Vive VR set and 3D printing.
NYU receives $2.9 million grant from the National Science Foundation to bring technology similar to the holodeck from Star Trek into reality.