Will we soon be watching Eurovision through VR?

Despite a crisis which saw over 20 staff members quit a couple of months ago, Eurovision fans should breathe a sigh of relief: the show will go on.

While die-hard fans will be travelling to the Ukraine this year, most of Eurovision’s 180 million viewers will be tuning in to watch it in their own homes.

The rise of services from the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime and broadcasters’ own catch-up streams has led to the stark rise in on-demand and even ‘binge’ watching.

We can effectively...

By Chris Lawrence, 11 May 2017, 0 comments. Categories: Advertising, Applications.

How AR and VR use for business will become the norm

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While for many VR usually sits within the realms of science fiction, there is movement towards real-life opportunities for both consumers and businesses.

This comes as the world’s first VR operation took place at the Royal London Hospital earlier this year, and as the head of content at Oculus Rift announced that the next six to 12 months will bring some industry-changing software to VR that will shape how we all interact with it.

VR has emerged as an application of choice...

By Chris Lawrence, 05 August 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Enterprise.