There is no doubt that virtual reality is an impressive form of technology – but it’s primarily aimed at gamers as this is the easiest way to create an immersive experience. So, how can this experience be translated into a business context?
Microsoft said it’s exploring virtual reality options for its Project Scorpio console, due out during “holiday season” 2017.
We took a look at what exactly makes virtual reality experiences different to 360 video, to explore the reasons why people may have a problem referring to it as one or the other.
There have been a lot of headlines and controversies over whether 360 video should be considered virtual reality. Visualise co-founder Henry Stuart debates why this doesn't matter - and explains what's really important.