Virtual reality isn’t all about gaming, education, training, and health. So, here you go, six of unusual yet creative uses of virtual reality.
Category: VR and People
This is the first cell phone in the 1980s. As big as a shoe, way too bulky, expensive. It took more than a decade until it was all small and affordable. And, that’s when the cell phone gained mainstream recognition. Now, take a look at the virtual reality headset today. This is the first virtual reality headset […]
Virtual reality is finally here, but nothing seems drastically changing. So, there goes a question: Is VR important at all? Is it even promising?
Technology changes everything. Radio. TV. Internet. Smartphones. Snapchat. Netflix. What’s next with virtual reality? VR storytelling isn’t the only one.
Who will win the race?
The more I see, the more I found that virtual reality needs to be more relevant to this generation, but this is what actually happened today.
Almost all features on PC are adopted into smartphones. There comes a question: Does VR need its own VR killer apps or top smartphone apps?
Will virtual reality replace smartphone? Smartphones are the biggest enemy of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). It puts everything at the tip of our fingertips. We read news, we talk to our friends, we take pictures, we send email, we use the GPS, we buy things, we play games. We do almost everything […]
1) More than two billion people are using smartphones. 2) 98% of VR headset sold are for mobile. 3) Mobile VR is actually better than what people think. 4) ….