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Could VR help people deal with dementia?

October 21st, 2019|Categories: Uncategorised|

A new NHS trial has been looking at the effects of VR technology on dementia sufferers, with intriguing results. The study, which was carried out at the Marston Court care home in Oxford tested whether subjecting patients to simulations of events from earlier in their lives would have any impact [...]

Health and safety training could benefit from VR, new study suggests

September 29th, 2019|Categories: VR News|

New research undertaken at the University of Nottingham has shown how virtual reality (VR) could be used to improve employee safety by taking an immersive approach to common health and safety training tasks such as fire evacuation drills. The Human Factors Research Group at the East Midlands institution has trialled [...]

Could mixed reality overcome the language barrier?

August 29th, 2019|Categories: VR News|

For centuries technology has been gradually bringing people from different countries and cultures closer together in various ways. But even as it has enabled us to communicate quicker and easier than ever before wherever we are in the world, language barriers have remained tough to crack. Nevertheless, language service providers, [...]

The VRE Team’s most anticipated Oculus Quest launch titles

August 15th, 2019|Categories: VR News|

It seems that each time a new VR headset is launched, industry insiders become giddy with the prospect of the new piece of kit heralding a “VR revolution” that sees mainstream consumers and Luddites adopting the technology at scale. Could the new Oculus Quest, the first high-spec all-in-one VR system [...]

What’s New For The Oculus Rift S?

August 15th, 2019|Categories: VR News|

The Oculus Rift S is nearly here, just over three years after the original Oculus Rift brought VR gaming into the modern era. That relatively short timeframe hasn’t prevented Facebook-owned Oculus VR from outfitting the Rift S with several substantial upgrades over its predecessor. However, the company is also keen [...]

Why Every Team Member Has A Role To Play In Cyber Security

August 15th, 2019|Categories: VR News|

The Threat With the introduction of the general data protection regulations (2018) it has never been more important for businesses and companies to protect their valuable data. According to the Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2019 conducted by the UK government, 30% of businesses and 36% of charities made changes because [...]

How VR is transforming business through real-world events

December 10th, 2018|Categories: VR News|Tags: , |

Whether it’s raising your longbow to defend the citadel from invading Vikings, soaring through the air as a superhero or encountering a majestic blue whale under deepest ocean, virtual reality, known as “VR”, offers the chance to take on a new persona and express hidden skills. It's about taking experience [...]

Practical Ways VR Technology Can Be Successfully Deployed In Classrooms

November 5th, 2018|Categories: VR News|

Since around 2015, businesses of all kinds have become ever more aware of the uses of virtual reality outside of the entertainment industry. Many have been convinced of the power of the technology to transform the way in which businesses communicate with customers, train staff or work as a team. [...]