While the ultra-rich of Australia, as Domain termed them, snap up harbourside properties that are so big they get a name (you know a house is fancy when it’s on an estate and has a name, like Elaine, the $71 million Point Piper property Atlassian cofounder Scott Farquhar bought in 2016), reality for most other […]
The idea for Speqs and its virtual try on solution came from cofounder Bjorn Russell’s experience playing around with the L’Oreal Makeup Genius app.
Deloitte has acquired software development agency Well Placed Cactus and its team to boost its digital capabilities.
Australian startup Venue Insider provides venue listings complete with virtual tours to help event planners go about their work quicker.
BOP Industries creates holographic content specially tailored to a client for use at an event or space, also supplying them with projection devices.
Sydney’s ICC launched a VR experience that will allow businesses, travellers, and event organisers to virtually scout out the venue through an app.
Working to deliver VR to the advertising industry is Melbourne startup FGMNT, a VR and augmented reality (AR) development company
Using 360 degree videos, the startup develops experiences based on a range of scenarios and scenes relating to common phobias
Australia’s gaming industry grew at a 9.6 percent CAGR between 2013 and 2016 as it expanded into other sectors, according to a joint report.
Augment space allows users to upload 360 degree photos and easily create interactive, 360 degree virtual tours for as little as $10.
IKEA Australia has announced a IKEA Virtual Reality, allowing users to complete a digital ‘walkthrough’ of an IKEA store while browsing products.
Looking to make things a little easier is Nadia, a virtual assistant created by Soul Machines helping users navigate through information about and interact with the National Disability Insurance Scheme online.
NZ-founded VR startup 8i has announced a US$27 million Series B round which will support the development of a new AR content creation app, Holo.
NASA engineer Matthew Noyes will be taking Pause 2017 attendees through NASA’s work with VR during a keynote on Tech Day.
For many, the term ‘virtual reality’ will surely conjure up visions of newfangled headsets and how it’s being used in fields like gaming, but the technology in fact goes back decades, and an organisation that has been at the forefront of its development is NASA. As explained by Matthew Noyes, a mechanical and software engineer […]