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How Virtual Reality will change your world - Executive Style, Mark Gambino (May 21, 2016)

How Virtual Reality will change your world - Executive Style, Mark Gambino (May 21, 2016)

Hold onto your world, because the way you work, rest and play is about to change forever, thanks to Virtual Reality. A digital rendering of a world beyond our physical presence, in Virtual Reality (VR) we can create graphic, video and audio elements to our exact specifications, interacting with this world as we would our own. We can also present a version of the real world, like a 360-degree video, that can be navigated in three dimensions.VR is accessed via a specialised headset, which completely covers the eyes, and may also include headphones to deliver sound to the ears. It...

ZEISS VR ONE Plus Virtual Reality Headset Launches Nationally in the U.S. at Best Buy

ZEISS VR ONE Plus Virtual Reality Headset Launches Nationally in the U.S. at Best Buy

The ZEISS VR ONE Plus VR headset will be featured as part of an hands-on display, allowing general consumers to experience its quality hardware and lenses for the first time. As the successor to the award-winning ZEISS VR ONE, the smartphone-enabled VR ONE Plus is an open-platform, software agnostic VR headset that includes several key changes to improve functionality, most notably a universal smartphone tray. The tray, which accommodates smartphones with a screen size between 4.7 and 5.5 inches, makes the VR ONE Plus compatible with most smartphones, including the iPhone 6/6S and the iPhone 6 Plus. Dual operating system...

Zeiss VR One hands on! Google Cardboard was never this cool

Zeiss VR One hands on! Google Cardboard was never this cool

Google’s big virtual reality breakthrough wasn’t a fancy piece of technology or high-end sensors. Instead it was the simple idea that your smartphone could power the entire experience. Since then a number of companies have expanded on Google Cardboard with various different headsets, but the Zeiss VR One is my favorite by far. Zeiss’s headset falls somewhere in between Google Cardboard and Samsung’s Gear VR. It’s powered by your smartphone but uses a special slide-in tray so you never have to readjust the device. The company already offers 10 different trays for different phones, which cost $10 each. The headset itself goes...