The first thing I did when I got my Gear VR is look for a game my mom would want to play. While virtual reality can be a largely solitary activity, it’s also one that you want to share, an
Via Javier Sánchez Bolado
The inaugural Virtual Reality Working Out Loud Week launched earlier this month. It's something I started up almost on a whim to promote real-world applications of virtual reality. There's plenty of talk out there about how wonderful VR is and the incredible potential it offers us, but how about now? What are our peers currently…
Augmented reality (AR) can serve a variety of purposes in your classroom. This exciting technology layers virtual content on top of the real world, providing an opportunity for students to interact with content in a completely new way.
We are about to enter a new age in technology – the next era of computing. We’re going to have intelligent, autonomous computers that exist everywhere, far outnumbering humans and constantly talking to one another. Augmented Reality will radically change how we conceptualise ideas. Virtual Reality will allow an experience to travel anywhere.
None of this is a distant future.
We are, in one sense, already in a virtual reality. The real world constantly responds to manipulations we make in the virtual world. And for many kids, as well as some adults, this is a concept that is hard to comprehend: just look at how prevalent cyberbullying or public shaming on social media is. These worlds aren’t separate: an action in the virtual world on a mobile device or online already has an equal reaction in the physical world.
Much of the press and several of the SXSWedu panels on virtual reality talked excitedly about where the medium and technology will be, rather than where it currently is. A substantial conversation can’t subsist on predictions alone, though.
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