+ Tuesday November 12th, 2019

Tag Archives: Daydream, Cardboard & VR

Barbeques Galore at Home app brings AR tech to help choose the right BBQ, heater or furniture for your entertaining space

Barbeques Galore has launched an app that helps customers choose the right BBQ, heater or furniture requirements for their entertaining space. The app includes Augmented Reality (AR) capabilities to visualise how their new BBQ, heater or furniture products will look in their entertaining space, all from the comfort of their …

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Transformers fans can become Bumblebee with this new Augmented Reality helmet from Hasbro

With the latest Transformers movie, Bumblebee arriving in cinemas this week, the obvious toy merchandise has arrived in-store. The neatest one to catch our eye is the ‘Transformers: Bumblebee — Bee Vision Bumblebee AR Experience’. The kit appears to be a similar experience to the Iron Man AR experience which …

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Google is working on experimental Daydream features for Lenovo Mirage Solo including AR, 6-DOF controllers and more

The recent launch of the Lenovo Mirage standalone Daydream Headset in Australia has renewed interest in the technology, and Google is pushing ahead with new features for the headset, today announcing new, experimental 6-Degrees of Freedom (6-DOF) controllers, a see-through mode and more. Google is first adding support positional controller …

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Residential property developer, Peet, has launched Vision360 to help homebuyers visualise what their new suburb will eventually look like

Residential property developer, Peet, in collaboration with Ogilvy Melbourne, have launched a VR360 degree app called, Vision360, which has been designed to help potential homebuyers visualise what the development will look like once completed. The app, which launched officially today, allows potential homebuyers and users in general, the ability to …

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Lenovo Mirage Solo and Mirage Camera hands on

Earlier this year, after being teased at Google I/O, Lenovo finally unveiled the Lenovo Mirage Solo, the first standalone Daydream View headset as well as the Mirage Camera that supports Google and YouTube’s VR180 standard. The headset and camera are here at Mobile World Congress, so we thought we’d check …

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Samsung Australia, IrisVision and Vision Australia are using a Galaxy S7 & Gear VR to help the vision impaired.

Samsung Australia, in partnership with IrisVision and Vision Australia have today announced a new medical imaging device which utilises specialise software running on a Galaxy S7 and Gear VR headset, that’s designed to help sufferers of vision impairment. The IrisVision software runs on a Gear VR with a Samsung Galaxy …

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