100 million virtual glasses

Virtual glasses shipments to reach 100 million by 2021

The International Data Corporation (IDC) has been publishing reports related to Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) technologies for quite some time now, but a recent publication from the company shows us how these technologies are seen as completely viable in the near future.
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Oculus Touch: use your hands in a virtual environment

When the Oculus Rift sparked our fascination with Virtual Reality in 2012 it was thought that this would be a purely visual medium.

People imagined the experience it promised as an option to watch video games or movies in a more exciting and immersive way, as it would give lifelong interactions a whole new feel.

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Top 5 uses of Oculus Rift

1. Health care use – Oculus Therapy

One of the examples for the use of Oculus Rift, is therapy with terminally ill patients or those with motor difficulties.

Many of the problems of the motor apparatus can be reinforced by stimulating brain areas.

How? through the repetition of exercises with virtual reality glasses, which, when performed constantly, establish new neuronal connections or reinforce existing ones.

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Best computers for Oculus Rift

What are the best computers to have the perfect virtual reality experience on Oculus Rift?

A few weeks ago the company Oculus Rift published the minimum requirements for using its glasses with PC and Windows operating system. At the moment development for Linux and Apple devices is stalled until the end of 2016.

If you want to start using virtual reality the equipment you need is as follows:

  • Computer with at least Windows 7 Service pack 1, with quad-core Intel Core i5-4590 processor (or AMD equivalent),
  • Graphics card starting with Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290, 8 gigabytes of RAM (we recommend 16 gigabytes).

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Events, companies and virtual reality

Events, companies and virtual reality Do you want to know what we can do for your projects with virtual reality? Do you have an idea? How do you plan your marketing strategy? Virtual reality is a very interesting option for presentations and events. events . But what is the basis of virtual reality? Virtual reality […]

Handsfree with Leap Motion Controller

The innovative Leap Motion gesture control system has arrived.

From this moment we have a mini kinect that allows us to interact with our hands, it is a small USB device that can be connected to the computer or directly on the front of the Oculus Rift to interpret the movements of the fingers of the hands.

If you want to experience the next generation of virtual reality, this is the device for you.

Leap Motion Controller and Oculus Rift make it possible to use your hands in VR without using buttons or wearing gloves.

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Oculus rental vs. whatever you want

Oculus rental is something that has been generating a lot of new customer acquisition lately. From our point of view we could say with a haughty tone “it’s normal, we already knew that the market would accept this value proposition.” But far from navel-gazing or thinking we are gurus, of which there are already many, the truth is that it is our own clients who, in briefing meetings, open Pandora’s box with great reflections. So, with your permission, we are going to expose some of them:

Renting Oculus vs. giving away a 2Gb USB pen?

Giving away this type of promotional gadget is worthy of an old-school marketing department. For years it has been as easy to find it in the welcome packs of many companies as it has been to lose it at the bottom of a drawer or laptop case. Gentlemen, the cloud has given a review to this type of corporate gift and if one still thinks of its great usefulness, perhaps it would be good to analyze it from a brand image point of view. “Dropbox offers a ton of free GB with multi-device connection but we’re going to kill it with this pen drive.” Better keep your idea in the pen and the pen there, in that drawer.

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