At times, I have to remind myself that technology needs to serve a purpose. After wandering through the weeds of… Read More »Carole Baskin on protecting wild cats with VR and AR
Let’s talk about hardware referrals. I’ve been thinking about how VR can spread a little further, and other marketing initiatives… Read More »Why headset manufacturers should reconsider referral systems
Let’s talk about the flow of VC money and acquisitions. Many immersive companies are suddenly getting a lot of money to… Read More »Why VR/AR companies have seen a surge in investment
Let’s talk about the misleading PC Gamer article. Recently the publication released a piece titled ‘Oculus will sell you a Quest… Read More »The dangers of clickbait articles that explore VR
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Let’s talk about the ramifications of Facebook’s research on wrist-based hand tracking. In case you missed it, Facebook unveiled some… Read More »Analysing the ramifications of Facebook’s wrist devices
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