Head of Sky’s VR team, Kim-Leigh Pontin, reveals the future of virtual reality content and how an immersive experience was built around Sky’s Roman Empire drama, Britannia
Immotion has announced it has signed contracts in the past week with the London Eye, a further four aquariums and with its first European zoo partner
Griffith Observatory finds a rendering solution in AWS Thinkbox for its latest Planetarium show, Signs of Life
Tourism has been one of the first sectors to adopt VR and AR technology. As climate change anxiety presses us to reduce our carbon footprint, could
VR become a new way of seeing the world?
Adult video companies are fighting back against free content using direct monetisation, elearning, VR and smart sex toys
Will new connectivity tech create a more unified society, or a more fractured one?
How BT Sport is leading the way in media tech innovation with experiments in live VR and 360 part of its DNA…
The Hamsa hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet symbolising happiness, luck, health and good fortune. In Hebrew, it also represents the number five. So, for five Israeli developers looking to stake their claim in the VR gaming market, the name is appropriate.
Nonny de la Peña has been called the ‘godmother of VR’. She talks to FEED about the power of VR to transmit real life experiences and ways of making VR creation more accessible
For Dr Sepi Chakaveh, a data science lecturer at the University of Oxford, Pixsellar is an accumulation of all her web streaming and AI research, compressed into a handful of technologies