The distinction between what is real and what is fake is blurring and will forever change how we work.Relationships drive business, and there is no substitute for face-to-face interactions. Videoconference capability was supposed to change this, but has never become an equal alternative. In the coming years, though, the distinction between physical and virtual will blur when it comes to in-person interactions.Advances in holographic and virtual technology will change what we know and how we view
Whether they're battling zombies in dark alleyways, leading classroom excursions around the globe or offering virtual front-row seats at the footy, Australians are forging the way in the brave new world of virtual reality.
I was skeptical. Two cubes sat side-by-side, looking like stripped-down 3D printers. I sat in front of one as instructed, and reached my hand inside, toward a floating disembodied finger. Just at the moment I knew I’d stab through the illusion, I had the ultimate “E.T. phone home” moment—I swear I could feel the other finger pressing on mine.
The natural and man-made wonders of the world are now on the travel itineraries of aged care residents thanks to a new breed of virtual reality programming designed for aged care and people with dementia.
While media stock ticker prices teeter on the perceived victor between cable and OTT, a challenger is coming that will knock them both out of the ring, and that is virtual reality, since it can’t be delivered by either medium.
Peter Katz, founder of Story Driven, a film and television management company, found Milk’s company Vrse.works standing far above the rest at the Los Angeles VR event. “They [VRSE] have a VR project where you’re alone on the beach with Björk and she sings to you,” Katz tells me. “It’s surreal because you aren’t watching this music video, you’re living in it. That wasn’t the only reason I think they are leading the charge as storytellers in this space. I was surprised to see another attendee — a grown man — cry after experiencing one of their documentaries.”
This autumn Italian E-learning Fashion School (IELFS) which offers online education in fashion and style starts its work. Italian fashion experts from Milan will reveal the secrets of the high fashion to everyone who has Internet access no matter where he lives.
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