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Dec 11

VR Is Delicious!

Posted in Virtual Reality on by Maggie Lane

We worked with Royal Caribbean along their amazing team to do something that only a few years ago would have been impossible -- allow diners to eat in virtual reality. Here's how we did it.

Aug 16

Digital Activations Using Computer Vision

Posted in In The Know on by Maggie Lane

The applications of computer vision are seemingly endless and include: augmented reality, self-driving vehicles, biometrics, feature recognition, security, robotics and our favorite of course, digital activations. Here are some of our favorite examples. READ MORE
Jul 27

Top virtual reality technologies to watch out for - EOY '17

Posted in Virtual Reality on by Maggie Lane

The road to virtual reality has been bumpy, and not as paved with gold as we in the industry had hoped for. That being said, we’ve come a long way since the original clunky Oculus headsets, and the amount of technological progress in just a few years is staggering. All told, 2017 is becoming a banner year for VR (virtual reality), AR (augmented reality) and XR (Extended Reality). Here are some of the developments we’re most excited about.

Jul 19

4 Examples of Interactive Theme Park Attractions

Posted in Reviews on by Maggie Lane

Although theme parks have always been immersive by nature, interactive technologies have raised the bar on fun. Interactivity is often employed via different methods, including touch-screen games, computer vision and in recent years virtual reality.

Jul 12

5 Cool Augmented Reality Apps

Posted in Augmented Reality on by Maggie Lane

Ever since Apple’s ARKit was announced on June 5th, 2017, content creators have been like kids in a candy store. The new toolkit allows developers to create Augmented Reality apps, also known as AR experiences on the iPhone and iPad; and immediately transformed iOS devices into the biggest collective AR platform in the world.