Virtual reality is a lot more complex than its traditional counterparts: live-action filming or animation. While this makes for exciting possibilities, it also means there’s a lot more room for things to go wrong.
VRTech News talks to co-founder of crowdfunding and alternative finance platform Fundsurfer about a rise in the number of VR and AR investment queries it's seeing.
Oculus Rift is coming to the UK, and from 20 September you may be able to demo it potentially at a local Curry’s PCWorld, GAME, John Lewis or Harrods.
Virtual and augmented reality were among technologies listed by Gartner's Hype Cycle as trends set to be “of the highest priority” for businesses over the next few years.