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Mar 3, 2016

Six Flags VR Roller Coasters!

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Virtual reality roller coaster rides coming to six flags.

This changes everything!

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Mar 2, 2016

Coke and McDonald’s Are Now in the Virtual Reality Business

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Both companies have new packaging that transforms into VR headsets.

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Feb 29, 2016

Leap Motion

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This hand tracking software helps you to touch the future. #virtualreality

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Feb 28, 2016

Hand-to-Hand Zombie Combat in VR

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More Videos by VRScout.

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Feb 27, 2016

An engineer replaced his 4 monitors with Meta glasses — and it might be the future of work

Posted by in categories: augmented reality, futurism, virtual reality

I see VR & AR changing how the entire back office and front office interact with their applications, network, and platforms. In HR for example, VR will enable HR a new way to view candidates & the candidate’s video resume, with AR glasses/ contact lenses capabilities no longer does a person have to locate their tablet or laptop to entire changes/ideas/ etc. because with VR they can efficiently capture information on the spot, the list goes on. The bottom line is with VR/ AR, companies are more efficient in its operations.


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Feb 27, 2016

New Virtual Reality Suit Lets You Reach Out & Touch ‘Environment’

Posted by in categories: materials, mobile phones, virtual reality, wearables

And, this will only be the beginning because with the lightering weight materials that have been develop we will see some amazing VR suits coming.


Virtual reality could one day incorporate all the senses, creating a rich and immersive experience, but existing virtual reality headsets only simulate things you can see and hear. But now, a group of engineers wants to help people “touch” virtual environments in a more natural way, and they built a wearable suit to do just that.

Designed by Lucian Copeland, Morgan Sinko and Jordan Brooks while they were students at the University of Rochester, in New York, the suit looks something like a bulletproof vest or light armor. Each section of the suit has a small motor in it, not unlike the one that makes a mobile phone vibrate to signal incoming messages. In addition, there are small accelerometers embedded in the suit’s arms.

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Feb 26, 2016

Who’s Ready to Play Tennis in VR?

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Selfie Tennis on the HTC Vive is too much fun! w/Jenn Duong.

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Feb 25, 2016

Is this the future of work? Scientists predict which jobs will still be open to humans in 2035

Posted by in categories: computing, employment, government, quantum physics, robotics/AI, security, space, virtual reality

1st; we all know in 30 years anything can change, wars can be fought & lost, natural disasters can occur, etc. However, posting for everyone’s amusement. 30 years ago which would be 1986; no one thought USSR would be broken up, 9/11 would happen creating the US Homeland Security, Lybia & Eygpt would overthrow their own leaders, that US Space missions would be outside the US Government, hacking at the levels we have today creating the CISO roles, of VR technology would exist, DNA and CRISPR would be discovered, etc.

So, who really knows what jobs will be fully automated v. not in 30 years or even created as a result of Quantum technology (Computing, Networking, Q-Dots for numerous thing that are not only technology, etc.). Just a fun article to share with everyone.


CSIRO says the Australian workplace of the future will be increasingly digitally-focused and automated, with titles such as online chaperone.

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Feb 24, 2016

AP launches virtual reality and 360 video channel in collaboration with AMD

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Audience viewing “Seeking Home: Life Inside the Calais Migrant Camp,” a VR experience placing viewers at the center of the migrant camp via Samsung Gear VR. (AP Photo)

Audience viewing “Seeking Home: Life Inside the Calais Migrant Camp,” a VR experience placing viewers at the center of the migrant camp via Samsung Gear VR. (AP Photo)

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Feb 23, 2016

Virtual Reality: The Supply Chain’s Next Stage of Evolution

Posted by in categories: electronics, evolution, virtual reality

Years ago while I was still in college, I was able to experience what it was like working hands on in operations and logistics in retail. And, one of the most frustrating points was having to step away and log things on a desktop or try to locate your scanner to scan things in. I thought how wonderful it would be to be able to scan in receivables with my eyes and how much faster logistics would be. Although this article is from November; it highlights how VR really does improve things for companies, employees, and the quicker turn around time to customers.


A VR supply chain allows manufacturers to design and architect in 3-D, evaluate designs and make critical decisions about new products and customer buying decisions.

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