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The latest media coverage and tech news from 3D VR Designs
April
2019
Discovery is Canada's leading innovation-to-commercialization conference. Hosted by Ontario Centres of Excellence, Discovery brings together key players from industry, academia, government, the investment community as well as entrepreneurs and students to collaborate.  Stop by our booth we will be exibiting...
Marh
2019
The surgical training company combined a VR headset with a robotic arm to provide realistic resistance to actions like inserting a needle into human skin. I winced at the sensation of dragging the needle over bone and piercing skin. Well, good news, that experience just got even closer to the real thing...
February
2019
This is Random42’s first dedicated educational VR experience, taking a much more cinematic approach towards teaching users about the functions that go on inside the human body. “You’ll be able to discover a variety of cells performing different functions, from neurons in the brain to bacteria within the gut and everywhere in-between...
January
2019
For developers, eye tracking technology makes it more realistic to work on improving the graphics’ resolution without having to increase the GPU requirements. For gamers, it has the potential to make visuals look a lot better – and HTC’s demos at CES according to those who tried it out, certainly sparked enthusiasm among attendees, who described much crisper images, with neater visuals and less pixelation...
December
2018
One of the big enterprise tech trends of 2018 was the arrival of employee training programs utilizing enterprise AR/VR. Major companies like Walmart and Tyson made headlines for ambitious pilots aimed at upending traditional training paradigms with the latest mixed reality tech...
December
2018
Live Small Town magazine promotes all the unique experiences, places and people that small towns offer throughout County of Brantford, Brant, Norfolk County, Six Nations of the Grand, New Credit, Oxford County and Haldimand County. We encourage day tripping, weekend stays, relocation and investment.  Read our article on page 44-45...
July 
2018
Plexus Immersive Corp, a San Francisco-based startup, announced a pair of VR gloves that integrate haptic feedback and interface with multiple tracking standards, including SteamVR, Oculus Rift, and Windows “Mixed Reality” VR. Dubbed Plexus, a pair of dev kit gloves will cost $250, and a waitlist in now available through the company’s website...
July 
2018
If you’ve ever felt that your body would be a better controller in virtual reality than a joypad or wand, you’ll understand why Kaaya Tech’s HoloSuit just reached its funding goal on Kickstarter. Offered in multiple versions, the wearable haptic controller uses a considerable array of sensors to control VR apps, and promises to start shipping this November...
May 
2018
Eye-tracking has been talked about with regards to VR as a distant technology for many years, but developments from companies across the industry have shown promising progress in precision, latency, robustness, and cost. The hardware is becoming increasingly available to developers and researchers...

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