The photo above is from a series of videos taken by Bourbon Street Productions, creating a virtual reality experience of playing hockey in a full-size arena. It is a 360-degree photo of the rink. Right, John Bourbonais shows the headgear used for virtual and augmented reality experiences.
The photo above is from a series of videos taken by Bourbon Street Productions, creating a virtual reality experience of playing hockey in a full-size arena. It is a 360-degree photo of the rink. Right, John Bourbonais shows the headgear used for virtual and augmented reality experiences.
Virtual reality is no longer virtual. Very soon, using only a smartphone and a $100 headpiece, businesses will be able to interview potential employees to judge how they respond to various real-life scenarios using virtual reality technology. The technology can also be used to train business staff and new employees. Next week, virtual reality will […]
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