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Moviegoers hold on to your popcorn, HOYTS is creating VR cinemas
HOYTS announced a new way guests can experience more from their next trip to the movies.
Bose unveils audio AR glasses, $50m funding for startups innovating for it
Rather than superimposing visual objects on the real world, Bose AR adds an audible layer of information and experiences.
Sony launches VR audio technology
Sony unveiled Sonic Surf VR, a unique suite of spatial audio technology combined with new multi-channel speakers.
Auckland iwi uses AR to bring their stories to life
This vision coincided with the emergence of Datacom’s augmented reality practice in Auckland.
Fonterra steps into the realm of VR with new training program
Fonterra and Beca have partnered to develop virtual reality health and safety training technology.
Auckland Pride Parade immortalised in virtual reality
The lights, colour and performances from this year’s parade have been captured in a time-lapse VR video.
YOU’RE INVITED: Explore how interactive VR can give your business a competitive edge
Attendees will also go into the draw to win dinner for two at the Rydges Auckland in a one-of-a-kind dining in the dark experience.
Snapdragon 845: Immersing users in a brave new world of VR
XR is a mobile market that’s gaining momentum as VR and AR markets may combine.
5 trends ripe for the channel to leverage - Accenture
Rapidly advancing technology is fueling intelligent enterprises but requires a fundamental shift, according to Accenture Technology Vision 2018.
Traditional healthcare stirred up by new VR tech
VR Inner Child has helped children overcome the fear of heights and has the potential to help children overcome other anxiety orders.
HP to provide Apple products, support as part of DaaS offering
HP is embracing mixed-device environments by offering solutions to customers extending beyond HP-manufactured hardware.
Massey Uni and NZVRARA team up to support VR development
“The mixed and virtual reality industry in New Zealand is estimated to double within two years.”
Sony reveals their new VR venture at ISE 2018
At ISE 2018 Sony showcased the virtual sea experience.
2018, the year that...AR will overtake VR in popularity
AR is set to overtake VR in popularity in the coming years due to its greater levels of accessibility.
Lightweave aims to create VR/AR for the masses
For Lightweave, pop-up VR/AR stalls are becoming the norm.
New to VR? Here’s how you can use it in the workplace
Virtual reality can help you expand your consumer base and fine-tune your brand identity.
Microsoft helps Australian company democratise new VR tech
“Think about the analytics – the retailer can say ‘what items are people selecting that they are not necessarily trying on?"
Survey reveals next three years to be crucial for IT in Aussie retail
More than half confided their company would need to adopt new technology within the next three years in order to evolve and stay competitive.
How human-machine partnerships will drive the future of business
Angela Fox from Dell EMC talks about the mainstream appeal of new technologies like AI and VR, and how organisations must adapt as a result.
Sit back and enjoy your TV shows in VR
"With Pico’s lineup of headsets, it has never been easier to dive into a library of virtual spaces."
HTC reveals the Vive Pro upgrade and wireless adaptor
“Vive Pro offers an immediate upgrade for both VR enthusiasts and enterprises that want to utilise the best VR experience...”
Final Cut Pro X introduces VR video editing
Apple announced a major update to its professional video editing app, Final Cut Pro X...
Gartner’s ten predictions for smartphone AI developments
Analysts predict 80% of smartphones shipped will have on-device AI capabilities by 2022.
AR or VR? GlobalData says one will offer far greater opportunities
Both of these technologies often make the headlines as 'game changers', but GlobalData says only one is set to completely disrupt modern business.