Augmented, virtual reality are China’s new tourism draws

Mickey Mouse and gang in Shanghai Disney Resort should be worried about a new breed of showtime rivals. During a recent national holiday week, more than 700,000 visitors swarmed to a new light-show theme park in Haining, a city near Shanghai that has China’s largest leather mall. They oohed and aahed over a 10-minute water […]

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Mastering Virtual Reality: A Beginner’s Guide To Start Making Money With Virtual Reality

People have been waiting for VR to take off for years and they have been met with disappointment—until recently. A lot of evidence is now promising a bright future for VR but investors should be knowledgeable about several things before diving in; like what the risks are, how big the market is going to be, […]

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Will VR be the future of reading?

Over the course of the last decade e-readers have been the best way to consume ebooks and other digital content. The batteries last over a month and it is quite easy to purchase content from Amazon, Kobo or Barnes and Noble. Will e-readers continue to be popular in the next decade, or will VR usurp […]

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This New Virtual Reality Headset Could Finally Get You Into VR

For all of its promise and potential, virtual reality still has its fair share of headaches. Early headsets like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, even at their new lower price points, still cost a considerable amount of money. They’re also time consuming to set up, and must be attached to a powerful (and pricey) […]

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Samsung and NYX want to sell you makeup with VR tutorials

It’s not just video games — virtual reality has lots of potential to change the way we experience information. You can experience what its like to walk in space with the BBC’s ISS app for Oculus, watch every NBA game this season with your VR headset or lean back and experience the globe without ever leaving your house via Discovery channel’s VR […]

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This wireless VR tech could make it easier to play with others

The next big hurdle for virtual reality is obvious to anyone who’s put on a headset: Getting rid of all of those wires. We’ve seen cordless solutions from TPCast and Intel, but now Amimon, a company best known for developing wireless video technology, is getting into the ring. Its spin on wireless VR uses the […]

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