Amazon’s always been the thorn in the side of brick and mortar retail. But now it appears they may use AR in retail stores … Read more . . .
Market predictions have been suggesting the rise of Augmented Reality in the next 5-10 years. With AR, our world will be enveloped in digital … Read more . . .
The SXSW 2017 conference-festival taking place in Austin is like no other. It starts with a conference on education and goes through interactive, tech, … Read more . . .
We noted previously that Lowe’s VR and AR initiatives were more than just minor retail experiments. The home improvement company has major plans to … Read more . . .
New AR apps have been in the news recently with the announcement of an augmented reality app by Shazam. And Blippar just won the … Read more . . .
The 360° video and VR experiences for the Virtual Reality in Education Lab in New York. We will do three quick rounds of content, … Read more . . .
Samsung’s in-house tech initiative, C-Lab, has announced new VR and AR products for everyday life. Last year, Samsung offered a strap that turned your … Read more . . .
It’s time to select the best VR of 2016 – the Digital Bodies’ VR Oscars. Our awards honor the best Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality … Read more . . .
There were lots of fascinating products at CES 2017 this year, but the Vuzix AR Glasses caught our attention. They won four CES innovation … Read more . . .
Magic Leap’s technology vision ended 2016 battered and bruised – at least on the public relations scale. Rumors of technical challenges and disgruntled former … Read more . . .
The ODG Smart Glasses are one of the first Augmented Reality product announcements from CES 2017. Billed as “glasses for the masses” by CEO … Read more . . .
Back in January, we offered our virtual reality predictions for 2016. Now that the year’s up, it’s worth checking the clarity of our crystal … Read more . . .
Here’s DigitalBodies’ three picks for the top tech toys this year. We love to play with tech and our criteria for this year’s selection … Read more . . .