The latest development in virtual reality (VR) takes immersion up a notch by allowing users to ‘smell’ their virtual stimuli with a specialized ‘odor’ machine.
Metaverse became a buzzword as Mark Zuckerberg made the announcement that Facebook would be renamed as Meta. All of a sudden, everybody is talking about the Metaverse, and everyone is looking forward to the new era. UX Connections is no exception as we are keen on tech and design. However, we as a UX design agency, would like to place focus on how UX can help in the development of…
We have looked into what the metaverse is and who is making it. Now we focus on why it is being made. This final part of the series will detail the possible functions of this new platform and how it could change the way we interact with technology.
In the Future in Films series, we will focus on the tech we see in popular films and whether this is available in the real world. Our first instalment will put Iron Man in the spotlight as we look at Tony Stark’s impressive array of high-tech assistants that aid him in running his uber successful weapons business, Stark Industries.
With its form resembling an alien space capsule, Cooler Master’s Orb X promises a full immersion into the videogame dimension.
The German automaker’s E-Tron fleet is charging into the EV market later this year.
“Augmented reality really democratizes the way people can experience art — you can enjoy the works over and over again but also within entirely new worlds changing and shaping the meaning and how one might respond to these sculptures.” – Ahmad Swaid.
Augmented reality (AR) is offering phenomenal opportunities where users can communicate with visually impressive overlays, merging the real world with digital data. The technology is tipped to disrupt the aerospace industry.
Research science arm of Facebook is developing AR glasses that produce sounds ‘perceptually indistinguishable from reality’ and grant ‘perceptual superpowers’
Augmented reality is a cutting-edge technology that is offering users amazing opportunities and digitally enhanced possibilities across different industries.
Augmented reality (AR) has become a powerful tool for retailers. The technology can be used by brands to boost sales and enhance the shopping experience for customers.
Augmented Reality (AR) has been dominating user experience (UX) and with the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have been turning to AR apps to help pass their time.
Anyone who has shopped for beauty products knows it’s not an easy task – the market consists of an unlimited amount of brands, all which promise great results.
The startup promises to build the world’s first smart contact lens