It’s time that we use VR’s available tools to remove the barriers and revolutionize the way we connect with one another.
So how did an experience designer, a creative and a strategist, with no developer experience tackle a VR hackathon? Well, as Nelson Mandela once said, “It always seems impossible until it can be done.”
Out of collaboration between VR Society and AMD | Radeon, the conference will offer businesses interested in engaging with VR technology the opportunity to educate themselves about the many viable business solutions that exist in the world of VR.
Following every cool new trend comes the expectation that it’s going to go “mainstream.” Artificial intelligence threatens to replace jobs, social media takes up 30% of time spent online, and more than half of U.S. households connected to the internet now subscribe to at least one streaming video service.
VR gear is finally in the hands of consumers. Headsets from Oculus, HTC, and Samsung are widely available on store shelves, with more on the way. So what happens now?