A few years ago, when Virtual Reality just stepped into the Indian scenario, who would have imagined it making inroads into every possible market and every possible industry. After having taken the retail sector in the automobile, electronics and home decor industries by storm, the next in turn for VR
The two companies released a free, virtual space exploration program called “Access Mars” recently. It virtually transports users, wherever they are, to Earth’s neighboring planet in the solar system. Users can do so on a computer, phone or a virtual reality headset. The technology simulates walking on the red planet and gives
When it comes to VR experiences, what can be more exciting than peeking inside your own body? Imagine looking at your heart beating, and your lungs throbbing! If you think that all of this is still a far-fetched dream, let us tell you that it has already been made possible! Brighton-based startup, Curiscope,
How good it would be, if all your PDF files transform into brutally real, interactive and exciting VR experiences. Well, to your wishes, this may soon be true! Aiming to transform PDFs into some highly interactive experiences, software giant Adobe recently showcased the prototype of a PDF to VR converter, which
With electronic products, we know the adjective ‘bulky’ doesn’t stick for long. Computers have slimmed down to palmtops; telephones have become slender smartphones; ovens have started using microwaves and undergone a serious cut down in installation space and virtual reality? Well, they still have the reliable headsets to be used.
Virtual Reality may no longer be that scarce an experience, that's available at certain places, for certain durations, at certain costs! The next time you step into an automobile showroom, chances are that you get to experience virtual reality for free! Especially if it's an Audi showroom. In what can be
Drones are expensive. So is Virtual Reality cameras. Many people want to have a go with them but are hesitant to shell out the money. Then let me be the bearer of good news. Lensrentals, America's largest video and camera rental company has announced that professional photographers and videographers can now rent