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2017: The Way We Work

Davar Ardalan | Posted 01.13.2017 | Impact
Davar Ardalan

Carrie Freeman is the managing partner of SecondMuse, responsible for the overall strategic direction and management of the company. Carrie is a thoug...

Computer Vision Can Help You Become a Better Athlete

Jason Choi | Posted 01.03.2017 | Sports
Jason Choi

Ever wanted to be trained by a professional athlete, but at your own time and for virtually no cost? Brothers Eric and Marc Forkosh had the same drea...

5 Women Changing the Virtual Reality Scene

Craig Newmark | Posted 12.05.2016 | Technology
Craig Newmark

Folks, you know I'm a big supporter of women in tech and great nonprofit initiatives like the Women Startup Challenge. This is important stuff because...

Twitter is Transforming How We Watch Football - What's Next?

Kent Steffen | Posted 11.18.2016 | Technology
Kent Steffen

Thursday Night Football got an unexpected new home this season: Twitter. Earlier this spring, the social media platform famed for 140-character commen...

We Need More Than a Simulation to Make Women-led Startups in VR and AI a Reality

Craig Newmark | Posted 11.17.2016 | Technology
Craig Newmark

I've been in the tech sector for a long time, and watched the PC change the world as we know it. Now I think virtual reality (VR), artificial intellig...

Galaxy Zega Review, A Real Life Tank Battle Game Invades Your Living Room

Dan Nessel | Posted 11.14.2016 | Technology
Dan Nessel

What is better than a classic tank battle video game? How about a classic tank battle video game that comes to life right in your living room. This ...

Calling on Immersive VR and AR Storytelling to Drive Healthy Food and Nutrition Outcomes

Davar Ardalan | Posted 11.10.2016 | Impact
Davar Ardalan

Photo: Media and Game Creator Carolyn Mee at our Development Reality Hack in Canberra, AU on October 6, 2016. How can immersive storytelling bring pr...

Unite Los Angeles: Big Announcements Come Together Now, Over Unity

Jesse Damiani | Posted 11.07.2016 | Technology
Jesse Damiani

Walking around Unite LA, it hit me how monumental of a year 2016 has been for gaming -- and for Unity in particular, a company that saw a whopping 5 b...

Back to Reality: The Latest on VR, AR and MR - Big Bang XVI

Jeff Pollack | Posted 10.14.2016 | Technology
Jeff Pollack

My partner Ken Hertz and I recently hosted the 16th installment of our Big Bang Forum, with the timely theme of: Back to Reality - The Latest on VR, A...

Virtual Reality Development Hack: Top 5 Takeaways

Davar Ardalan | Posted 10.15.2016 | Impact
Davar Ardalan

All around the world, agencies for international development are becoming attuned to the value of immersive storytelling technologies-- like 360° vid...

Reality Hack for Public Health

Davar Ardalan | Posted 10.15.2016 | Impact
Davar Ardalan

We are reporting from Canberra, Australia where together with journalism technologist Ben Kreimer, we're producing a 'Reality Hack' exploring the util...

Apple's Move Into Augmented Reality: Sights and Sounds

Michael Boland | Posted 09.29.2016 | Technology
Michael Boland

Apple just entered augmented reality (AR), without most people really noticing. Though the iPhone 7 was met with a collective 'meh,' the real impact ...

Introducing Digital Raign: The World's First VR/AR/MR-Focused Executive Search Firm

Jesse Damiani | Posted 09.26.2016 | Technology
Jesse Damiani

If it seems like you've been hearing about virtual reality (VR) a lot lately, it's not just you; 2016 has been a banner year for "New Reality" or "Plureality" technologies, also including augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR).

The State of Sports Wearables and Beyond Into Mixed Realities

Professor Mark Skilton | Posted 09.21.2016 | Technology
Professor Mark Skilton

Sports wearables are rapidly growing from lifestyle tracker and specialist sports "Ironman" style aid into more advanced self contained "systems on a chip" breaking free of the PC and Mobile phone.

How Augmented Reality Is Powering a More Immersive Form of Education

Adi Gaskell | Posted 09.16.2016 | Education
Adi Gaskell

Augmented reality is undoubtedly in its infancy, but there are some interesting signs that it's already evolved from being a mild curiosity towards offering tangible benefits in a number of areas.

The Walking Death of Pokémon GO

Steven Schkolne | Posted 09.15.2016 | Technology
Steven Schkolne

Pokémon GO, the hit mobile game that made international news this summer--is it dead? Pokémon GO made history when it was downloaded 10 million time...

Selling Broadway's Razzle Dazzle in a Tech-Fueled World

Damian Bazadona | Posted 09.29.2016 | Business
Damian Bazadona

It is my privilege to work in one of the greatest industries on the planet -- Broadway. It's not just the razzle dazzle; it's the passion that fuels an entire industry dedicated to creating platforms for stories that need to be told. And from that perspective, the theater business is essentially a content business.

Creating Demand Through Innovation

Michael Moynihan | Posted 09.12.2016 | Technology
Michael Moynihan

While the US economy has been in recovery mode for a solid seven years, incomes have yet to recover. The most salient explanation for the economic ma...

Agile Innovation for Jobs of The Future

Milena Milićević | Posted 09.06.2016 | Business
Milena Milićević

Across countries in various offices many employees are developing more agile outputs in their workplace. Agile approach in project management entai...

Did Sports Really Pave the Way for Augmented Reality?

Dennis Williams II | Posted 08.22.2016 | Sports
Dennis Williams II

As much as augmented reality (AR) is said to be early in its development and adoption, it has been surprisingly active within professional sports. Tha...

2024 Olympics: You'll Be There, No Travel Required

Kent Steffen | Posted 08.15.2016 | Technology
Kent Steffen

How we engage with the Olympics now is only the gateway to what's to come for the future of sports viewing, interactivity and fandom.

Will Pokémon GO Expedite Solutions for Digital Identity?

Nadya Khoja | Posted 08.12.2016 | Business
Nadya Khoja

But at the same time you can create a dummy Google account linked to your main account only to play for Pokémon GO which solves some of the privacy concerns. So is there legitimacy to the concern to your digital identity?

Pokémon GO... And Get Injured?

Rami Hashish, PhD, DPT | Posted 08.11.2016 | Science
Rami Hashish, PhD, DPT

From the beaches of Santa Monica to the streets of Manhattan, there is one constant -- masses of people losing themselves in the virtual splendor of Pokémon Go.

Pokémon Go And The Future Of The Virtual Reality Gaming

Stephanie R. Caudle | Posted 08.04.2016 | Technology
Stephanie R. Caudle

So what exactly makes Pokémon Go exciting? It depends solely on the presence of geo-location data from genuine spots and things. Without this data, players can't discover Pokémon, PokéStops, or rec centers.

Gotta Wreck 'Em All! The Many Disasters of Pokemon Go

Harold Stark | Posted 07.29.2016 | Technology
Harold Stark

A few days ago, I wrote an article titled The 5 Apps Every Entrepreneur Needs in 2016. In it, I mentioned Pingboard, Evernote and a host of other app...