Exorbitant costs, confused customers, and fire risks: bringing VR to the people is proving tricky.
A while back, someone made a Nintendo emulator that converted 2D art to 3D objects. Now, someone's combined that to make first-person VR Mario, and... we're feeling a little queasy.
Museums are turning to virtual reality, apps, and interactive experiences to keep tech-savvy visitors engaged.
Can virtual reality really soothe pain? Jo Marchant meets the doctors who say yes, and who hope this is a solution to the country consuming 80 percent of the world's opioid supply: the United States of America.
The foundation for broad adoption is more substantial, but content could be problematic.
Meditation in virtual locations isn't the most traditional way to approach the practice, but it may entice skeptics who aren't keen to sit in their living rooms with their eyes shut.
An FT report says Magic Leap will beat all of its competitors to debut, but will come with a staggering price point.
We present a system enabling users to accurately catch a real ball while immersed in a virtual reality environment. We examine three visualizations: renderin...
If you've turned on a TV in the last few months, you've likely seen one of Chevy's awkward commercials featuring "real people" reacting to Chevy's awards. And finally, someone has created the brutal skewering they deserve.
The Cape Town Cycle Tour was forced to cancel by high winds, but our question is: If they turned around and rode the other way.... how fast could they go?
Someone give us a spread gun and a bandana quick, because we've been dreaming about this since 1987.
Executives at Sony were cautious about the virtual reality headsets, but after four months of robust sales, the skeptics are converting.
There's a race on to map out the augmented reality universe, and Ambarish Mitra means to win it. Can his audacious startup, Blippar, stay ahead of Facebook and Google?
Traditional movies were the popular art form of the 20th century. Is virtual reality what comes next?
Sure, you can soar or swim in VR. Just put on a headset and jump in a pool.
Tom wandered over to YouTube NYC where he played fetch with a robotic pug and shot laser guns at glowing drones.
You’ve likely heard of skydiving weddings, underwater weddings and themed weddings, but here’s one ceremony that’s completely out of this realm — virtual-reality weddings.