VR/AR

Talking VR & AR at Salford University with Liverpool FC, Sportego and Mi Hiepa

We look forward to this month’s #DSManchester event on VR and AR at the University of Salford’s MediaCity campus – featuring Liverpool FC, Sportego, Mi Hiepa and a whole host of VR experiences!

What we learned about the future of VR from February’s #DSLondon

What we learned from February’s #DSLondon event on the future of Virtual Reality.

Discovery games-ready with unveiling of Olympic studios and cutting-edge technology

With just 24 hours until the lighting of the cauldron at the PyeongChang Olympic Stadium, Discovery’s leading sports brand Eurosport has unveiled the first images of its studios in PyeongChang and UK.

Why the Winter Olympics could be a seminal moment for Virtual Reality

The Winter Olympics has always been a hub for innovation, and this time that could be a good sign for Virtual Reality.

VR and AR aren’t new, but new tech can bring them to the mainstream

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are not new concepts, but the application of old ones to the new technology available. As technology grows, so will they.

The Sports Technology Awards give us their 2018 trends in tech predictions

Predictions for 2018’s big tech trends in sport from Rebecca Hopkins, CEO of the Sports Technology Awards Group.

Minnesota Vikings’ new app shows how sport can leverage VR

NFL side Minnesota Vikings have launched their first VR app, potentially showing how sports organisations can leverage VR once it hits the mainstream of people’s everyday lives.

BT Sport App’s new feature leads the new viewing experience

BT Sport app to show UEFA Champions League games live in VR.

Digital Sport Morning Briefing: Tuesday 5th December

Welcome to our new daily series where I put together and share a list of articles I’ve been reading. Providing a filter for you so you can save time and

You had to be there: How AR can bring the glamour back to watching sport in person

Augmented reality seems to be beginning to find its niche. Over the last few months, we’ve seen plenty of interesting uses for the technology across plenty of different sectors, not