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Glastonbury Festival is a staple of the UK’s music culture. What was a massive festival where people partied and shared… Read More »Theatres and music festivals: Where VR works, and where it fails
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Strip away graphics and gestures, and audio is one of the most important parts of any experience. Good graphics go… Read More »Spatial audio and VR/AR: What’s the significance?
Ever since the release of virtual reality (VR) headsets, educators explored how to use the immersive technology for teaching others,… Read More »Educational VR: The best learning apps to try out (2020)
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