Nashville Real Estate Mogul Debuts Skyscraper Via A VR Planetarium

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Follow in the Footsteps of Forensic Detectives & Solve Crimes with Oxygen's Augmented Reality App

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Exhibit A: Forensic Detective: Inside the Crime Scene, a new, iOS-only mobile game for iPhones and iPads, that will be available in the App Store on May 31 (although attendees at CrimeCon 2018 in Nashville will get a sneak peek at the app on Friday).

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STRIVR Secures $16M Series A Financing to Expand Enterprise VR Training

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To support its expansion, the company has recently opened offices in New York, Seattle, and Nashville, in addition to its existing offices in Los Angeles and Menlo Park.

Microsoft Now Hosts Free HoloLens Demos Across US & Canada

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Nashville, Mall at Green Hills. 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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Is VR Dead? The Arguments For And Against The Industry’s Demise

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As I bit into my Nashville Hot wings (no bone! Last night I went out to try vegan fried chicken for the first time with some friends (verdict: not bad!). one of them asked me: “So, you write about VR? Isn’t VR dead?” ” It was innocently and genuinely phrased, despite the accompanying laughter from others who had previously put the question forward in a more mocking manner. It’s a query that comes up often, and one I always hesitate before trying to answer.

Three Decades of Medical VR, with Stanford's Dr. Walter Greenleaf

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Walter: It's going to be in Nashville. XR has come a long way, baby – and we have one of the technology's earliest pioneer's on today's episode. Dr. Walter Greenleaf has been working in the field for 33 years, since the days when VR was little more than a twinkle in research scientists' eyes. Now, he and Alan chat about how far the technology has come, and how far it still has to go. Alan: Welcome to the XR for Business Podcast with your host, Alan Smithson.