Google Light Fields

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Google has begun experimenting with using light field photography to capture more realistic virtual reality scenes. Their new demo app, “Light Fields” was released on the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Windows Mixed Reality headsets to show off what the company’s VR team has captured. The app is free on Steam. More…

Brain Controlled VR

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Positivity Moves The World brings brain-controlled interface technology to the GearVR via a headband. This hands-free method of control utilizes advanced brain-wave tracking technology to allow users to alter and influence their experiences with just their thoughts. More…

Testing VR for Empathy

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Can Virtual Reality be used to develop empathy and compassion? A new case study on how VR affects the brain suggests immersive story could one day be an effective therapy tool. With the help of the MO Innovation Center and the Neuromeditation Institute, StoryUP, and Dr. Jeff Tarrant, creatives and journalists study the kinds of […]

Sports, Media, and Tech Event

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As reality-warping technology continues to innovate the way we interact with our world, the way we view the future of sports will be greatly changed. This 8:00 am to 1:00 pm event will explore the different opportunities this new media will provide a range of presentations, pitches, and discussion with leaders from across the industry. […]

VR on the Go!

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Experience VR without a PC or a phone! This no wires attached Oculus innovation is coming out in 2018. With a price point of $199, a new breathable design, and their “best lenses yet,” this system supports up to 1000 games, social apps, 360 experiences, and more. More…