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Two Sundance experience apps available for Google Cardboard owners

Google Cardboard owners have the opportunity to experience the Sundance Film Festival from afar. Two Sundance experience apps are available right now …

Watch the Google Cardboard presentation for Sundance in your living room

VR experiences are making a big splash at the Sundance Film Festival this year, and Google is among the names showing up to deliver a visual thrill …

'Kaiju Fury!' sets the stage for 'snackable' virtual reality

The 2015 Sundance Film Festival has been taken over by virtual reality, but not every project being showcased here tells a story in a different way. Some filmmakers choose to make experiences based on computer-generated imagery; others prefer a live-action feel for their work. <i>Kaiju Fury!</i>, a …

Put the phone in the cardboard box, VIOLA! VR goggles from Google, people get excited about new things. #Sundance http://t.co/tYBNKmThBX

That's a wrap! We just gave out the last Cardboard. Thanks for an amazing Sundance! http://t.co/NzeogZqzpL

Heather playing with the new Google #cardboard #VirtualReality headset at #Sundance for showcasing new tech: New Frontier. #vr #iphone #WHPMystery shot for @sundanceinstitute

Virtual reality makes a splash at Sundance

The Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah is abuzz with people talking about virtual reality. Attendees are raving about their experiences with …

How virtual reality stole the show at Sundance Film Festival

<b>PARK CITY, Utah</b>—Despite the attendance of Hollywood celebs like Kevin Bacon, Ryan Reynolds, Nicole Kidman, and Keanu Reeves, the hottest ticket at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival was the virtual reality flight simulator <i>Birdly</i>.<p>The custom-made “ride” allows anyone to lie face-down, arms-out, …

The latest news on Australia's startup & entrepreneur ecosystem

Our government’s rhetoric is focused on savings rather than on investment for the future.<p>AI and machine learning automation is going to wipe out a …

Machine Learning

Why Google Cardboard is actually a huge boost for virtual reality

At this point, attendees of Google I/O eagerly anticipate the big “Oprah moment” at the end of each keynote address in which some digital goodies are …

Google Cardboard: The 'Oculus thrift' virtual reality headset

Google has produced a cheap DIY virtual reality headset made solely of cardboard, embedded with two lenses.<p>When a user places a smartphone in the front of the device, the viewer receives an immersive 3D experience comparable in many ways to more expensive hardware like the Oculus Rift.<p>The device …

Virtual Reality

You receive an envelope in the mail. Your realtor has identif…

<b>You receive an envelope in the mail. Your realtor has identified a few beach houses for you. Given that you're busy in the office, she sends you a folding</b> <b>#cardboard</b> <b>VR headset. You pop in your phone and it launches your Realtor's app in VR mode.</b><p><b>Using virtual reality and 3D, you can experience the properties like never before. As it turns out, that one property she called a "sleeper" looks much more impressive in VR than the pictures on the web site.</b><p>I have to say that the Google #io2014 …

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*Playing around with #CardBoard *

My first experiment adds the back camera to the mix. Next up would be adding markers just like in those first-gen AR applications everyone remembers (Wikitude etc.)<p>Unfortunately the lag between camera, sensors and rendering is a quite nauseating experience, or maybe that's just me. Anyway I have put up my inital code on GitHub for you to try.<p>The code is fairly close to the sample provided by Google which you can find here https://github.com/googlesamples/cardboard<p>In case you just want to try …