In-person support by sales reps and manufacturers might soon be a thing of the past.
The Tribeca Film Festival is giving filmmakers and fans a chance to try VR experiences.
"Having the best technology is not always a winning formula," author Blake Harris says.
But augmented reality … that might just be a different story.
Unplugging from the virtual world is essential, author Ernest Cline says.
Virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier thinks so.
Google wants to make virtual reality films easier to create. It’s investing in a technology called VR180 — virtual reality in 180 degrees, rather than 360. The company is launching a new VR180 file format on its YouTube platform and partnering with Lenovo and LG to make affordable 180 degree cameras. Could Google jump-start virtual reality […]
In virtual reality, you'll be able to try on 30 outfits in a few minutes, Bold Metrics says.