Post has shared content
The Developers Of Virtual Virtual Reality Has Released AR Game "Tendar"
Tender Claws, the LA-based company created award-winning virtual reality (VR) title "Virtual Virtual Reality." Now the company has released AR game "Tendar." Tendar was previewed in early 2018 at Sundance, GDC, and E3. Tendar has arrived on Android compatib...

Post has attachment

Post has shared content
YouTube VR App Is Now Available On Oculus Go.
Image Source: Steam YouTube VR is finally available on Facebook's standalone VR headset Oculus Go , providing the largest library of video content on the web to users. YouTube VR is already available for PlayStation VR, Google Daydream, Gear VR and HTC Vive...

Post has attachment

Post has shared content
Oculus Now Shipping an Official Oculus GO Carrying Case
This year F8 conference Facebook launched it's first standalone VR headset Oculus Go. After buying the headset users face problem to carrying while travelling. So, many third party companies made travel carrying cases for Oculus Go. Also Read: The 15 Best G...

Post has attachment
Best Augmented Reality Apps in The Present Marketplaces

Post has attachment
Training and Learning Form The Pillars Of Success and Prosperity.
So Why Not make The Most Out OF Them?
With AR & VR All Over The Air, Utilizing Them Is Ought To Reap Wonders.
#NethuesAR #AR #VR #VirtualReality #AugmentedReality

Post has attachment
Palmer Lucky: “I want to take this a step further and make a bold claim: No existing or imminent VR hardware is good enough to go truly mainstream, even at a price of $0.00.”

He's happy enough that it can grow decently in the short term - "I would put a hypothetical ultimate ceiling for VR in the next two years at perhaps 50 million active users ... That is fine!"

However, Lucky says that it's the quality of the experience that will attract and keep a mainstream audience, and it's not here, nor coming in the short term.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Amazon Virtual Reality VR Mall Kiosks - The Future of Retail

Amazon’s new VR store dispenses with the trappings of a shop in favor of fun — a city full of products to explore in themed rooms

Transform is the AI event of the year for growth marketers, August 21 & 22, San Francisco. Learn how AI and analytics are changing the growth game. Grab your spot here!

Earlier this week, Amazon announced that it has opened virtual reality kiosks in 10 shopping malls to promote its upcoming Prime Day shopping event. Now you can see the Amazon VR experience for yourself. Prepare to be impressed: It’s significantly more elaborate than expected, and shows how a top retailer is transforming the future of shopping.


Rather than taking the obvious retail angle and depositing you in a computer-generated facsimile of a brick-and-mortar space, Amazon instead transports the shopper into a city filled with Prime Day products — beginning with the fun of a hot air balloon ride. Viewed through an Oculus Rift with full head tracking, the ride lets the shopper briefly see some of the brands and promotions Amazon is featuring before landing in a serene park.

Full article >>> http://www.impactlab.net/2018/07/28/watch-amazons-vr-kiosks-transform-the-future-of-shopping/

Via +Thomas Frey and Venturebeat https://venturebeat.com/2018/07/12/watch-amazons-vr-kiosks-transform-the-future-of-shopping/

#VR #AI #Retail
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Wait while more posts are being loaded