Filmmakers are using virtual reality to keep sharing their craft despite the pandemic. Here are three of the best VR films to watch in quarantine.
The eLearning Brothers has made a virtual reality training program for firefighters. It simulates high-risk situations without the actual risks.
Virtual reality improves soft skills training. It promotes faster learning and enhances trainees’ confidence in applying the skills they learned.
National Geographic debuted its second augmented reality experience on Instagram. It takes users on an immersive expedition up Mount Everest.
Universal Everything debuted a free augmented reality app—Super You. Using body tracking technology, it transforms the human body via 11 super costumes.
Philter Labs, together with Daily High Club, delivers a unique augmented reality experience with a custom glass pipe in the June cannabis subscription box.
OVR Technology launched Architecture of Scent, a virtual reality platform that uses scentware, to make complex sensory experiences in a digital space.
Moscow Trade Center is managing its growing complexity with Resonai’s artificial intelligence and augmented reality enterprise solution – Vera.
Cannes XR Virtual is an immersive multiplayer art showcase taking place in virtual reality. It runs from June 24-26, with a replay set on July 3.
Spark AR has introduced new augmented reality features and capabilities for Instagram, which further expand creative opportunities for users.
Doctors are using mixed reality to treat COVID-19 patients. It enables them to work safely and efficiently, minimizing contact with other medical workers.
Cuseum introduces a new augmented reality experience called “Museum From Home”. It allows you to enjoy famous artworks from the comfort of your home.
Explore exotic destinations from the comfort of your home with KaviAR Tech’s new AR travel app—KaviAR Gate. It is now available for free worldwide.
Emil Alon, CEO and founder of Resonai, shares his insights on the future of augmented reality and its potential to enhance the modern workforce.
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