Recently, a bunch of would-be digital land barons have planted their flags on a variety of online spaces, staking ownership to properties in the so-called metaverse before the rest of us are even sure what the word means.
AndBeyond, the luxury travel company, has partnered with broadcasting experts WildEarth to stream not one, but two live broadcasts a day.
With more people stuck inside these days, it is only natural that they would want to feel connection or recreate the outside world in their own homes. AR and VR technology can help to stave off isolation and provide a new form of entertainment.
The new Vancouver-based interior design business Kabuni melds two key components—an app and a bricks-and-mortar workspace—to simplify the experience of redecorating a home.
From July 16–September 11, the Milk Glass Co. event space will host a pop-up VR “experience centre”, where 20 audience members at a time will don the futuristic headsets for an immersive, reality-bending program.
To better understand how virtual reality technology is currently being used, we invited industry insiders to expound on its applications.