These University Courses Are Teaching Students the Skills to Work in VR

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Tagged with: Full Sail , iLab , University of Missouri. education Full Sail iLab University of Missouri“I’ve been in VR for a long time,” says Rob Catto.

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First Class Tickets Get VR Movies On Some Boston Routes

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The headset is said to offer “a selection of 2D and 3D blockbusters” including “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Spielberg’s Ready Player One in 3D, and Ferdinand for the kids.” What better way to forget the experience of a coach passenger than to don a VR headset in first class and watch Ready Player One in 3D? That’s the pilot project being tested by Alaska Airlines with a basic VR headset built only for 3D and 360-degree movie viewing.

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Microsoft Now Hosts Free HoloLens Demos Across US & Canada

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Missouri. Haven’t been able to make it to any of the big gaming expos (or you don’t know anyone with the $3,000 AR headset)? Microsoft Stores across the US and Canada are now hosting free HoloLens demos, so you can finally see what the hubbub is all about.

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Alaska Airlines Begins Testing VR As First Class Entertainment

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Alaska Airlines new VR theater experience could make you forget you are on an airplane.

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Honor Everywhere-a 360° Memorial Day video from Jaunt

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This virtual “Honor Flight” was made possible through donations by Veterans United Foundation, Jaunt, Google, Central Missouri Honor Flight, Ghost Machine and Story Up Studios.

‘Google Earth VR’ Lets You Experience the Total Solar Eclipse Right Now

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This Mom Used VR to Open Up New Worlds for Her Son

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Tim Bartow is a filmmaker and writer hailing from Kansas City, Missouri. Despite the limitations of his body, now he can use VR to see the world. As one of only 100 Americans affected by the extremely rare genetic disorder Lesch Nyhan, which results in celebral palsy, Tim uses a wheelchair.

Seattle Startup Viar360 Coming Out To Public with an Immersive Journalism Platform

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Viar360 is already being used in 12 top American Journalistic Schools such as Syracuse University , University of Kentucky , Penn State University , Michigan State University , University of Missouri , San Jose State University and others. Virtual Reality and 360˚ video have already stepped into our lives and by now there are a couple of big players who are utilizing the power of this medium.

Fox & Marvel combine powers for nationwide Augmented Reality campaign for latest mutant themed show "Legion"

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FX Networks announced today an AR campaign for the long-awaited February 8th premiere of Legion.

Adding Virtual Reality To a Roller Coaster

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The Six Flags amusement park will debut nine virtual reality roller coasters at its parks in Texas, Georgia, California, Missouri, Massachusetts, Maryland, New York and Montreal this spring. There’s a surprising factor getting developed for the roller coaster riders in North America.

Exoskeletons Get Real: The Ultimate Wearable Technology?

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In 2017, four employees at a Ford plant in Missouri tried out the EksoVest by Ekso Bionics, an unpowered, adjustable exoskeleton vest that can help workers do things like install carbon cans on cars suspended above them at a rate of 70 cars/hour. Exoskeletons are nothing new and far from science fiction; in fact, researchers began developing exoskeletons for military use as early as the 1960s.

Apple Previews iOS 11.3 With New Animoji

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Cerner Healthe Clinic – Kansas City, Missouri. In a rare step likely forced by the iPhone-slowing battery debacle , Apple today offered a public “preview” of the spring release of iOS 11.3 , including a new battery health monitor and other features. Notably, the battery health functionality will come in “a later iOS 11.3 beta release” rather than the initial beta, which is scheduled to be released today.

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The VRScout Report – The Week in VR Review

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Although many people have praised the app for getting them moving around in the *gasp* fresh air, keep your head on a swivel, folks — in Missouri, armed robbers were using the game to lure people to an isolated location.

Exoskeletons Get Real: The Ultimate Wearable Technology?

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In 2017, four employees at a Ford plant in Missouri tried out the EksoVest by Ekso Bionics, an unpowered, adjustable exoskeleton vest that can help workers do things like install carbon cans on cars suspended above them at a rate of 70 cars/hour. Exoskeletons are nothing new and far from science fiction; in fact, researchers began developing exoskeletons for military use as early as the 1960s.