We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: advertising will generate a huge percentage of VR revenues in the future. And the companies below have some of the most promising concepts. If these companies execute correctly, they could even be worth trillions.
Despite being ignored—and even blocked—by many major hardware and software companies, Adult VR owns an impressive amount of the industry’s mindshare. Yet, if you ask most industry leaders about VR porn, they will pretend to have no idea what you are talking about.
Extended Reality (XR) is the blanket term for all combinations of real and virtual content generated by computer technology and wearables. This broad category of “XR” includes some terms you may have heard before: Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Mixed Reality.
A number of virtual reality (VR) devices have rolled out within the last 5 years. And many of the newer ones are touting six degrees of freedom. If you aren’t sure what degrees of freedom means in the context of virtual reality, then keep reading…
When reporters and journalists talk about the exciting future of XR, they all seem to get one major thing wrong. They all seem to think hardware sales are the only thing that matters. The truth is that hardware will only be a small cut of the XR pie in the coming years. Here are the 7 major ways that extended reality will make money:
In first-world countries, we are surrounded by the constant temptation of fast food and tasty delights. Like McDonald’s. Regardless of your stance on McDonald’s—you have to admit they have captured a huge market.
What started as a Xbox 360 Kinect hack has transformed into a disruptive technology for businesses. Since 2011, Bill Brown and the Matterport team have built up a quite a following for their virtual reality service.
MelodyVR wants to bring affordable, live-streamed events to virtual reality, which people can view without any travel or life disruption necessary. They have already started doing this with archived gigs, but on Wednesday they featured their first ever live-streamed concert in London.
Over the last several months, hype has grown for the Oculus Quest among virtual reality enthusiasts and developers. Facebook's latest play on consumer VR seems promising, but will it have what it takes to drive the industry beyond B2B applications and the gaming niche? Find out in this article.
The company is called OmniPad, and they are going up against a few VR treadmill competitors—Virtuix and Infinadeck being the major players. Even with the competition, there are a few good reasons to be optimistic about OmniPad.