The wearer's movements are captured by sensors and transmitted via Wi-Fi or a cable to a computer or smartphone. Continue reading →
High-tech imaging and virtual reality give people a fly's-eye view of the world.
Electronic pulses in the band trick your muscles into feeling pressure, vibrations, resistance and even discomfort. Continue reading →
The fastest vehicle on two wheels, the fastest vehicles on four wheels, a virtual human made from 5,000 cadaver slices. You can't look away.
The immersive technology is infiltrating education, sports, medicine, architecture and more.
The photo-sharing network wants to let users immerse themselves in panoramic images even if they don't own an expensive VR headset.
Virtual reality systems may be tech wonders of the future, but they still have yet to master a completely seamless bond with the brain and its perceptions. Plus, it might even make some women sick!
It's expected to revolutionize the way videos are made and watched by capturing 3-D, 360-degree footage. Continue reading →
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