Technology news from the future
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Lightweave aims to create VR/AR for the masses
For Lightweave, pop-up VR/AR stalls are becoming the norm.
Dell brings the future with industrial AR reseller agreement
Dell will be providing the Meta 2 Augmented Reality Development Kit which includes a medical holodeck application.
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."
Facebook Messenger launches augmented reality extras
Facebook Messenger has launched its World Effects technology on the Messenger camera, allowing people to drop 3D objects in their surroundings...
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.
Editing VR footage is a breeze with new Adobe plug-in
CyberLink announced professional-level VR video plug-in for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects…
Epson Moverio AR smart glasses revolutionise student learning
“This cutting-edge facility is the future of technology-driven education and provides students with a truly immersive virtual environment..."
NZTA launches VR experience for learner drivers
The VR experience is an interactive drive through real New Zealand streets to help users spot hazards...
NZVRARA welcomes influential student chapter
This showcase of work comes from a selection of the 44 student members who joined during 2017...
Race your drone in augmented reality with DJI
The DJI Goggles RE provide access to flight setting adjustments, gimbal control, and precise flight data...
Logitech’s latest keyboard kit works in VR
This device could become essential to any VR setup...
Craft your castle in mind-blowing mixed reality
With the latest Minecraft update, Windows 10 players can now strap on a headset and craft...
A/NZ businesses still consider IoT & public cloud too risky
“The resounding message from our research is clear: senior leadership needs to invest in increasing its digital fluency.”
Exclusive interview: A Fuji Xerox IoT expert on the ethics of ambient intelligence
Many of our research projects are never used in products or solutions, sometimes because the technology is just too early for the market.
Looming AI war, AR, voice interfacing – IDC’s IT predictions for 2018 and beyond
IDC’s predictions provide a blueprint and critical new building blocks for becoming digital native enterprises.
What to expect from the Pixel 2 and Daydream VR
The VR promises are very exciting, however, there have been several reports of issues with the Pixel 2...
Feel Good AR could teach you how to save money and the planet
Activated through an Australian, European or New Zealand currency note, the AR app has been developed by RaboDirect to engage its customers...
Relive your cherished memories in VR
“For people who own a Windows Mixed Reality Headset, Power Media Player MR is their portal to immersive movies and photos..."
New technologies driving ICT spend to double the rate of GDP growth
New technologies are driving ICT spend back to double the rate of GDP growth, IDC says. So which technologies are leading the way?
Kiwi VR market set to be worth $320m, employment to double
Globally, AR is predicted to be the fastest growth segment in the world with forecast global revenues of US$83 billion.
AR for cops: HoloLens could be the future of policing
Black Marble has developed an award-winning application, tuServ, that’s transforming today’s approach to digitizing policing....
Sony’s new phone boasts a 3D camera, should Kiwis care?
Sony Mobile has announced the official arrival of the new Xperia XZ1 in New Zealand...
AR is the new black: The Pixel 2 flexes its augmented reality muscles
Pixel 2 owners will also get an exclusive preview of Google Lens...
Experience virtual reality like never before with the HMD Odyssey
“This is an incredible product and another important step in the mixed reality journey we are on at Microsoft...”