"Oh my god... Nope, nope, nope, aurrrgh!"
Magic Leap is among a small group of companies that have the resources and backing to develop products for this future.
Reinhold Hanning claims he had no idea was happening inside the concentration camp where he worked at the time. He may have been an accessory to over 170,000 murders.
I was right that it would make me want to puke. It was worth it.
Keanu Reeves and his business partner, Gard Hollinger, own Arch Motorcycle, a hand-built motorcycle shop that uses all the latest goodies (including VR) to put out super-cool bikes. Whoa.
I thought I’d come out the other side being able to answer questions like "is this the future?" Take my advice: do not do what I did.
In response to Snapchat's new collaboration with Jeff Koons — a project that places AR versions of his work in points of interest around the world — an artist has digitally vandalized Koons' Balloon Dog.
What philosophers say about the inevitability of VR.
KFC's creepy virtual-reality publicity stunt is but a hint of things to come in the exciting world of late capitalism's cyberpunk dystopia.
Frying chicken while the disembodied voice of Colonel Sanders shouts at you. Sounds... bad?
What happens when the error box you're used to seeing in the middle of your desktop screen pops up in your AR headset?
Despite technological advancements, we still aren't able to do cool, futuristic things like pilot flying cars or eradicate hunger and poverty, but hey, at least we have this to show off for in 2017.
ARKit plays to Apple’s greatest strength: control over the software and hardware.
After a series of sexism and sexual harassment scandals, VR is vowing to do better. The industry's women are cautiously optimistic.
Apple is far from being able to claim it invented AR, but its new ARKit in iOS 11 is already showing signs to suggest that Apple will help bring AR into the mainstream faster and better than anyone else.
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.
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