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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.”
GALLERY: Meet Taipei Startup Festival Day One
The event aims to provide a platform where entrepreneurs and VCs alike can build together a shared startup ecosystem.
Ingram Micro NZ and HP driving VR for schools
Five Kiwi resellers will soon be big winners in the eyes of their favourite schools, with an Ingram Micro NZ HP promo providing VR kits for schools.
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...
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?
The VR game that promises to make you smarter
This is the VR reimagining of the award-winning first-person puzzler...
Wellington International Airport gets its own VR experience
The experience takes the user on an interactive journey in a first class seat on board a Singapore Airlines Boeing 777...
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.
Faster internet speeds to spur Asia Pacific OTT video market
International players like Netflix and Amazon have already entered the APAC region to tap the market.
NZVRARA & Blackeye: Providing a staging ground for the VR revolution
“I’m really excited about using immersive technologies to create stories and build brands..."
Oculus VR just got a whole lot better with Rift Core 2.0
“We’ve shipped 19 updates to date, and this will be our biggest milestone yet...”
Zuckerberg jumps into the frying pan with ‘insensitive’ VR live-stream
“My goal here was to show how VR can raise awareness and help us see what's happening in different parts of the world...”
Facebook announces Oculus Go, one of the cheapest VR headsets yet
Without a cable or the need for a mobile phone, standalone headsets represent a totally new phase of VR hardware...
Gartner’s top 10 tech trends for 2018
"IT leaders must factor these technology trends into their innovation strategies or risk losing ground to those that do."
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...”
Experience Fallout like never before with HTC Vive
HTC Vive has announced a new hardware bundle featuring Fallout 4 VR, one of the most anticipated VR titles to date...
Robots, drones and EVs mean engineers may have to upskill
To remain employable engineers require expertise in new technology such as GPS positioning, drones and virtual reality...
Playback your adventures in VR with GoPro
"The Hero 6’s next-level image quality and video stabilisation make it a powerful storytelling extension..."
The VR-horror mashup that will scare your socks right off
“Syndrome places you in a living hell aboard a deserted spaceship, with only stealth and your intuition to guide you..."
Digital media mastermind joins Victoria University VR research team
"He has been conducting pioneering virtual and augmented reality research, just last week he received $1 million..."
Learn to speak 30 different languages with virtual reality
"We realised the best way to teach languages would be to create an immersive experience that replicates real-life scenarios..."
Gamer proposes to his girlfriend in VR
Alex asked them to build her favourite place, a tree outside her grandmother’s house...
Kiwi VR film featured at New York film festival
“This event is one of the most prestigious on the creative tech calendar, with over 100 exhibits..."