VR Industry

Virtual Reality Casino - what is it and how it works

Virtual Reality Changes the Game for Online Casinos

  • Posted by Yariv Levski in VR Industry

Forget what you know about online casinos, the game is about to change. The power of virtual reality technology is transforming online casinos into immersive, interactive experiences that are the next best thing to being there. Although social gaming and online gambling platforms have grown loyal customer bases over the last decade, VR casinos will soon begin to siphon off gamers and gamblers, alike, from 2D and 3D gambling platforms.

Virtual Reality Trends for 2017

15 Virtual Reality Trends We’re Predicting for 2017

  • Posted by Yariv Levski in VR Industry

2016 is fast drawing to a close. And while many will be glad to see the back of it, for those of us who work and play with Virtual Reality, it has been a most exciting year.

Virutal Reality in the Military

Virtual Reality Uses in the Military

  • Posted by Yariv Levski in VR Industry

Virtual reality is a term that describes the technological mimicry of the real and imaginative worlds in a computerized, interactive environment. VR is a completely immersive, all-encompassing visual and sound-based experience for its audiences.

Hire Google Daydream Developer - 5 Tips to Know

5 Things to Consider Before Hiring a Daydream VR Developer

  • Posted by Yariv Levski in VR Industry

Google Daydream could be the future of Virtual Reality. And it’s set to launch very, very soon. Arriving in November 2016, it promises to unlock a world of simple, accessible, and high quality VR. This will be achieved through the Daydream platform, Daydream-ready smartphones such as the Pixel, and specialist hardware such as the Daydream View headset.

Virtual Reality Job Opportunities

8 Cutting Edge Virtual Reality Job Opportunities

  • Posted by Yariv Levski in VR Industry

It’s now a well-known fact that Virtual Reality is the technology of the future. With bright prospects, and estimated industry finance revenue growths projected to touch the right side of $120 billion in the next 4 years, it’s safe to say that VR is a good bet. Not just from an investment point of view, though, that certainly will pay off.

Virtual Reality Social Network - Social VR

Virtual Reality in Social Media: Introducing Next Level Networking

  • Posted by Yariv Levski in VR Industry

The $2bn Facebook paid for Oculus in 2014 certainly raised a few eyebrows at the time. Many wondered why the world’s biggest and most popular social network wanted to own a virtual reality company that specialized in single-user experiences - the antithesis of social media, which is fundamentally about sharing experiences with others.

Virutal Reality Automotive

Virtual Reality Set to Supercharge the Automotive Industry

  • Posted by Yariv Levski in VR Industry

As the purveyors of a high ticket item, automotive manufacturers and retailers have always been more than happy to experiment with new technology in the pursuit of profit. Today’s car buyers are more savvy and more careful than ever before, and virtual reality is the most recent tool being used to keep cars rolling off the line and into consumers’ driveways.

Hiring Virtual Reality developers

5 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Virtual Reality Developer

  • Posted by Aviram Eisenberg in VR Industry

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are projected to be worth in excess of $120bn by 2020, and the technology will undoubtedly become a must-have for many businesses. But how do you make sure you are hiring the right VR developer for your project?

Virtual Reality Classroom

7 Reasons the Virtual Reality Classroom is the Future of EdTech

  • Posted by Aviram Eisenberg in VR Industry

One field where virtual reality and augmented reality hold an enormous amount of potential is in educational technology (EdTech). There are obvious benefits to leveraging these new innovations in keeping students engaged and interested, as well as in developing amazing new types of lesson content. A virtual reality classroom allows kids to fly through space to witness the formation of stars, shrink down to inspect the workings of the human body up close, and do everything in between.