The inspiration behind the LGBTQ+ VR Museum, how it came together, what it looks like today, and what it may look like (and how you may see it) in the future.
Through partnerships, community challenges, educational content, and more, there are a lot of ways that XR companies help the environment day by day.
Every day we get closer to the strange future that is in-vehicle VR. This time, we see an original holoride title from Schell Games in the Porsche Cayenne.
Immerse yourself in Black History Month with these XR experiences and learn more about Black Futures Month in an interview with XR artist LADY PHEØNIX.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we experience art and culture and introduced VR museum tours as part of people’s daily lives.
Dreamscape has announced its first VR destination on the East Coast in New Jersey in collaboration with AMC Theaters and with Zoe Interactive.
Burning Man 2021 is still on—at least, in virtual reality. Burners can enjoy a virtual reality experience from August 22 to September 7.
We reconnect with Dror Goldberg of Foretell Reality and meet Dr. Amanda Wilson of North-Star Care to discuss remote experiences for recovery programs.
Virtual reality chairs are taking the world of gaming to a whole new level by enhancing sensory experiences in the simulated environments.
ONX Studio is launching its inaugural virtual reality showcase as a creative collaborator of the Tribeca Festival. It will run from June 9 to 20.
History is brought to life in “War Remains,” an immersive experience that recreates the trenches of the First World War.
Jailbirds, a VR narrative experience using both objective and subjective storytelling techniques, will have its world premiere twice in June.
Ant Middleton, a world-class adventurer and TV personality, is creating a virtual reality experience of his Mt. Everest climb with the help of PhotonLens.
For the second year in a row, the seven-year-old FIVARS come to you in a headset or browser-based virtual reality, with a second showcase coming in October.
Eighty-seven-year-old George Hetrick always wanted to visit the Grand Canyon. His health made it difficult. So virtual reality allowed him to do the next best thing.
Sensorium Galaxy is using fully CG avatars of famous artists to deliver immersive performances in virtual reality that surpass current digital experiences.
Recoding Entropia by François Vautier is competing in Venice VR Expanded 2020, which takes place online from September 2-12.