CES 2023 is possibly this year's biggest tech event, offering a large number of brand-new technological innovations to the industry, whilst impressing attendees with their in-person demos. However, if you weren’t able to make this exciting event, don’t fret! We thought
Samsung Electronics and SK Telecom have recently announced the successful development and trial of the next-generation 5G core network. The two companies will deliver the next-generation core network which enables operators to instantaneously install and swiftly deploy customised solutions and
Sony has recently developed a new volumetric 3D display called the ELF-SR1 – also known as the Spatial Reality Display. At first, this product will be targeted at professional users in the content creation business, then towards consumer-facing applications in
Nreal opens the door to the possibility of mixed reality becoming an everyday application, given its design and discretion when compared to the Holo lens and Magic leap, which is more bulky and tends to draw unwanted attention. The low-profile
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new site TechNET Immersive. As specialists in the immersive and gaming industry, we have garnered an excellent rapport with clients in established and emerging industries. TechNET Immersive offers a specialised approach
Stress Level Zero has secretly been working on an indie title called ‘Boneworks’. It aims to create a rich, physics-based interactive VR game.
The VR-1 is a beautifully designed head set that aims to deliver a developmental leap in effective resolution, giving wearers an unprecedented retina display that could make all the difference when it comes to the immersive experience VR has to
Microsoft's new HoloLens 2 was unveiled at the MWC Barcelona yesterday boasting an increased peripheral view twice as large as the original - by 52 degrees - which was something the original HoloLens lacked according to critics. Not only will it have a significantly larger field of view but it will also have an increased resolution and better comfort for wearers.
A young start up company, Litho, has created a motion controller that’s currently on sale for developers, with the goal of a general launch by the end of the year.