(PhysOrg.com) -- Software developed at Oxford University is making it possible to fuse real and 3D computer-generated visuals on the fly.
Microsoft is out to use Windows software to do for altered reality what it did for personal computers: make them commonplace.
An interactive swarm of flying 3D pixels (voxels) developed at Queen's University's Human Media Lab is set to revolutionize the way people interact with virtual reality. The system, called BitDrones, allows users to explore ...
Until recently, virtual reality's widespread use, both commercially and in scientific research, has been hampered by the need to develop custom virtual worlds using labor-intensive 3D animation. Researchers and engineers ...
Researchers from Oxford have been using virtual reality software to compile genetic data to create models which explain how genes are controlled within their natural chromosomal environments.
Wearing virtual reality goggles, Jordan Holler was hard at work taking apart muscles inside of a body.
For all the hype around virtual reality, the legions of developers plugging away at the technology are still searching for the experience that turns a headset that costs hundreds of dollars into a must-have device.
Mosketch, a software developed by Moka Studio and EPFL, lets you generate 3D animation without sophisticated training. It's professional-grade software that can be used by anyone, from independent artists to animation studios.
When Google wanted people to know it was serious about virtual reality two years ago, it sent software developers attending its I/O conference home with Google Cardboard - a cheap, build-it-yourself VR headset that developers ...
UNSW researchers are hoping to revolutionise engineering design with cutting-edge, low-cost 3D gaming technology.