Geography Education in VR

Posted in Reviews, Software on 25th May, 2021
by Alex Muller

Virtual reality (VR) is also ideal for teaching geography in a fun and interactive way, real world travel for students is often expensive, time consuming and impractical, and learning from videos and textbooks just isn’t as immersive as virtual reality.


Posted in Reviews, Science, Software on 14th May, 2021
by Alex Muller

Students who are passionate about VR are likely to be drawn to STEM subjects and will be eager to see how this emerging technology can help them with a fun new way to learn more about their favorite subject matter.

Art in VR

Posted in Hardware, Reviews, Software on 13th May, 2021
by Alex Muller

The rise of consumer VR headsets over the last decade has lit a fire in the minds of the most technical, creative and artistically inclined people from all around the world.

Why Interest In Virtual Worlds For Online Collaboration Is Spiking

Posted in Business, Online on 1st Sep, 2020
by Alex Muller

While video-based software like Zoom will likely continue to be the preferred method for most remote business meetings during the shutdown, it is possible to wonder whether virtual worlds may prove uniquely useful now as well.

Japan Display launches 1058ppi 2.1-inch screens for smaller VR glasses

Posted in Business, Hardware on 18th Feb, 2020
by Alex Muller

Two of this year's most important evolutions of VR glasses involve increasing their display resolution and reducing their size, changes that Japan Display (JDI) is making possible.