3D Content Hub is a startup which has transitioned into VR after merging with two international businesses to form the Virtual Content Group.
Ready to support the growth of the virtual reality industry is ProjectR, a business looking to open a centre for VR startups.
Realestate.com.au has launched virtual reality app realestate VR on Daydream, Google’s mobile VR platform to allow consumers to easily check out property.
The Brisbane Heat has today released Heat VR, a virtual reality app and ‘brand’ in conjunction with partner CUA. The app will look to give fans a behind the scenes experience.
Australia is set to welcome its first ever international B2B and SaaS conference, B2B Rocks. After three successful events in Europe, B2B Rocks will join Sydney’s Spark Festival at The Australian Technology Park at the end of this month.
New online real estate platform Revalu8 launches as a member-only site to connect buyers and sellers of residential property. With comparative tools for people to analyse, compare and purchase property online, ReValu8 offers a transparent negotiation of property to help buyers find a better investment.
Sydney app iCommercial is setting itself up to make waves on the international scale by enabling agents to run their day-to-day business via their smartphones from anywhere in the world.
One such company who is looking to promote different types of applications for VR experiences is Sydney startup Now VR. They are in the process of developing a wide range of augmented reality experiences, that move away from the gaming sector.
Soon VR headsets will be a common household item, which is a big reason why even more startups are trialing their own applications and finding new experiences for users to immerse themselves in.
With virtual reality creeping further into the mainstream, 3D tour provider Scann3d has partnered with Realestate.com.au to scan 500 properties across NSW in order to further enhance the experience for prospective property buyers.
Mark Zuckerberg may have said that it will take at least ten years for virtual reality to reach the mass market, but all that means it that companies currently working in the space have ten years to perfect and develop what they’re doing.
Sydney startup JAGONAL brings in the next generation of office space search engines. The startup finds the perfect office space for rent or sale through 3D virtual tours from every window in the city that is enhanced with a Google streetview style.
Last week specialised media outlets, advertising partners, investors, startups and other members of the tech community were given an in-depth behind the scenes look at ‘the future newsroom’ last week as News Corp hosted its inaugural Future Focused innovation event.
After reports surfaced that Google is planning a snazzy new update to its flagship low-cost VR line Google Cardboard that offers a more sophisticated plastic body, the Wall Street Journal indicates that may not be the only offering up the company’s sleeve.
As the startup ecosystem in Australia expands, the digital and creative industries that help support startups are also growing. Many of the companies in these industries have their own unique business models where they produce scalable ‘startup’ projects themselves or in partnership with founders at a high frequency.