VR will face some problems breaking into the mainstream, but with organisations like the NBA embracing tech so wholeheartedly, they’ll have a much easier time.
Do we need a new way of thinking about what emerging technologies can bring to the world?
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 from February’s #DSLondon event on the future of Virtual Reality.
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.
The Winter Olympics has always been a hub for innovation, and this time that could be a good sign for Virtual Reality.
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.
Predictions for 2018’s big tech trends in sport from Rebecca Hopkins, CEO of the Sports Technology Awards Group.
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.