With VR, almost anything is possible in the year 2022. Tech startups are constantly finding new ways to be creative with virtual reality applications. From VR swimming to dating, this is our list of some of the most creative use cases this year.
Schools are gradually implementing VR as a powerful tool of learning. Here are some ways for your school to start integrating VR in the educational environment.
Skyeer is a Russian drone startup that provides a cloud-based platform for control and management of construction and mining facilities based on geospatial and design data.
With the constant flow of VR headset releases, there is one headset that really stood out last year: Pico Neo 3. Our 2022 review answers the question whether it is still a viable option this year or to wait for the Neo Link 3.
Chief Information Officers (CIOs) are watching the metaverse unfold from the sidelines. Even if you are not a believer in the concept, competitor CIOs are doing their due diligence, why aren’t you?
Milan-based, Oxama, has developed a talking mask for free divers. The Oxama mask has a number of advantages compared to traditional free diving technology.
The $2.7 billion contract will supply the US army with new NGSW-FC sights
The largest magnet will be used in the ITER fusion reactor
“I can see something!” – Berna Gomez exclaimed in 2018. Now, another major breakthrough has occurred.