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Innovations, Trends

Williams-Sonoma Acquires Outward for $112 Million to Expand 3D, AR, and VR Retail Visualization

November 29, 2017

Via: Road to VR

Williams-Sonoma Inc has announced that an agreement has been reached to acquire Outward Inc for an all cash consideration of $112 million. Williams-Sonoma Inc is a US-based high-end retailer of home furnishings and kitchenware, associated with stores such as Williams […]


Innovations, Trends

Real deal: Mixed reality moves from fantasy world to business world

November 20, 2017

Via: TechGenix

Before the onset of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), our view and sight of everyday life were just, well, everyday ordinary. We first started to experience things virtually in a digital environment through virtual reality. Soon after that, […]


Innovations, Trends

Facebook Is Working To Bring VR To Its News Feed

November 20, 2017

Via: UploadVR

Despite the company purchasing VR specialist Oculus all the way back in 2014, you still can’t access VR in your Facebook News Feed. But that may be changing soon. In a post shared on Friday, Oculus confirmed that it has […]


Cloud Computing

Oracle SaaS offerings get major upgrades as flight to cloud continues

November 17, 2017

Via: TechGenix

Oracle is on a complete DevOps tear, and on the heels of a bunch of new container tools, comes a flock of new cloud-based applications. These releases are part of Oracle Cloud Applications Release 13 and come with lots of […]


Types, Videogame Virtualization

PlayStation VR Review: The Future of Console Gaming Has Arrived (Nov. 2017 Update)

November 16, 2017

Via: UploadVR

November 2017 Update: It’s been over a year since the PSVR originally released to the world and in that time a ton of awesome games (here is our list of favorites) have released that take full advantage of the power […]


Innovations, Trends

Logitech Using Vive Tracker to Bring Your Keyboard and Hands Into VR for Efficient Typing

November 3, 2017

Via: Road to VR

Logitech is creating a new system called BRIDGE which aims to make it possible to bring a properly tracked keyboard into VR while showing the user’s hands for accurate typing. Though retail plans haven’t yet been announced, the company is […]


Innovations, Trends

Prepare Your Enterprise Now for AI, VR and IoT, Experts Advise

November 2, 2017

Via: SQL Server Pro

As AI, VR and IoT gain traction, IT leaders must make sure their businesses are ready to move into these new areas as demand builds. Working in enterprise IT means knowing the technologies and systems of today, but it also […]


Types, Videogame Virtualization

How VR Changed My Perspective On Video Games

November 2, 2017

Via: UploadVR

Six months ago you couldn’t have convinced me that before the year was over I would be spending hours each day playing a computer game, entering an e-sports tournament and proselytizing about the beauty and benefits of virtual reality. After […]


Types, Videogame Virtualization

Sonic The Hedgehog In VR Looks As Dizzying As It Sounds

October 9, 2017

Via: UploadVR

Of all the many platforming heroes we’d love to bring to VR, we have to admit Sonic the Hedgehog wasn’t one we’d previously considered. As we all know, Sega’s Blue Bullet has gotta go fast, a little too fast for […]


Types, Videogame Virtualization

‘Goalie VR’ is a Cheap & Cheerful VR Party Game That Brings a Hailstorm of Hockey Pucks

October 6, 2017

Via: Road to VR

Hailstone Games, a Toronto-based VR studio, just launched their new goalie simulator, Goalie VR, a game that lets a single player defend a hockey goal in VR while up to five players using mobile devices try to score. It’s a […]