Interesting articles about VR – week #21

Why 3D Animation is a must in the Medical Sector – Advantages of Medical Animation! From Leonardo Da Vinci’s early sketches of human anatomy to the modern day visual communication methods, mankind has always explored creative ways to bring the world of science alive. And ever since the advent of 3D, science has taken an … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #21

Interesting articles about VR – week #20

How to make a VR wizard game and try to survive in the process. We always loved videogames and played them in every spare moment of our lives. But it was when the Oculus Kickstarter became succesful we really decided we were going to create one. When we saw the potential of VR, we committed ourselves to make … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #20

Interesting articles about VR – week #19

USens Discuss Their Solutions For Handtracking, Augmented Reality And Smart Cars In Interview As virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) continues to develop new and exciting applications, uSens are focusing their efforts on bring the technologies to wider audiences with their product solutions. VRFocus’ Nina Salomons recently got to speak with William McCormick, US … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #19

Interesting articles about VR – week #18

Oculus Go Has Arrived and It’s a Big Deal Up until now, one of the biggest barriers to entry for VR has been price. Headset adoption has taken a conservative growth path, mostly due in part to high prices of PC-required systems or just requiring consumers to own a specific line of VR compatible phones … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #18

Interesting articles about VR – week #17

Virtual Reality Shopping has arrived In the past, online shopping has been limited to looking at a few product pictures or occasionally a video, accompanied by a description of the product. For some reasons, online vendors never quite got around to virtual reality shopping. You couldn’t take a virtual walkthrough of a store, pushing a … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #17

Interesting articles about VR – week #16

Atomontage reveals voxel 3D simulation technology for games Game developers have battled each other for decades about whether voxels or polygons are best for game graphics. A voxel is volume element, a way of illustrating a 3D image without using traditional polygons. Atomontage‘s founders believe voxels are a much better way to create fully interactive … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #16

Interesting articles about VR – week #15

Researchers Exploit Natural Quirk of Human Vision for Hidden Redirected Walking in VR Researches from Stony Brook University, NVIDIA, and Adobe have devised a system which hides so-called ‘redirected walking’ techniques using saccades, natural eye movements which act like a momentary blindspot. Redirected walking changes the direction that a user is walking to create the … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #15