Dr. Philip Nitschke nicknamed Dr. Death, launched the suicide assisting machine named Sarco at the Funeral Fair in Amsterdam in 2018.
NVIDIA's CloudXR platform imagines a future where high-end VR and AR can be streamed straight to devices to make them mobile and lightweight.
A new digital hotel created using virtual reality, called L’Auberge, is set to be unveiled by the Copenhagen-based, multi-disciplinary design brand FRAMA.
Christian Louboutin used augmented reality and virtual reality to unveil its Spring Summer 2022 men's collection.
Its first avatar-based virtual reality summer school available across North America is soon to be launched by Tech-AdaptiKa in conjunction with Voilà Learning.
The Varjo Reality Cloud that allows individuals to show someone a view of a room remotely, or in simple terms, enable virtual teleportation, was introduced by the company.
JUMP in 2020 teased a different attraction that would combine VR headsets, real-world wingsuits, body harnesses, etc. for a virtual skydiving experience.
The Vancouver-based immersive training platform for enterprises, Motive.io, raised a seed funding round led by Toronto-based venture capital firm N49P.
Facebook was granted a patent for an “artificial reality hat” that blends a pair of smart glasses with a baseball cap.
The Law Enforcement officers will use the VirTra V-100 simulator that enables users to train on responding to high-stress environments.