Three VR experiences demonstrate just how much the human brain doesn’t like conflicting information about movement and position.
There’s a new tech stack coming, combining AI with interruptive displays and sensors. Here are my guesses at who might build it.
I’m going to spend 24 hours in VR this year. Here’s why—and a plea for your help getting there.
Hipster-wearing Glassheads aside, the real future of AR is blue collar work. Just wait until the unions figure out that’s a Trojan Horse for robots.
What happens when we turn machine learning to the task of detecting your worst fears—and immersive environments into your personal hell? A rather nihilistic look at the virtual version of Orwell’s Room 101.