Tech moves at lightning speeds. If you blink, you might just miss a Bitcoin investment opportunity, a new virtual reality game or the latest robot to do the housework. But what new tech will change our everyday behaviors in 2020 and beyond? Well, here are our forecast:
Feeling nostalgic about the 90s? If so, you will dig Pixel Ripped 1995 VR video game. No Time Machine required. The game was first released on Steam last month and it is will be available on PS VR, supposedly today.
For those looking for the ultimate VR immersion, perhaps you will want to give your VR headset an audio upgrade with Rebuff Reality VR Ears. VR Ears is sort of like headphones, but not actually headphones, headphones.
Science Patrol is the fictional organization in the Ultraman series that defends Earth from invading aliens and giant monsters. If there’s an Ultraman-themed VR thrill ride, you’d expect riders to be part of Science Patrol, experiencing the Ultraman vs. giant kaiju first hand and in unreal close proximity.
You heard the buzz of 5G technology, but just how fast is it? While numbers are good enough indication of its blazing fast speeds, some companies have taken novel approach to demonstrate it, including using it to control a robot dog, using it control Snowbots for a snowball fight, and more.
You know how MCU’s Tony Stark uses AR and VR to pull off design process? Well, this is not that, but close. Perhaps, even better. Meet the Hyundai and Kia VR Design Evaluation System that allows for 20 individuals, engineers and designers, to simultaneously participate in design development process.
Virtual Reality is immersive. But the Feel Three Virtual Reality Motion Simulator is really going to take immersion to the next level. With a hemisphere design, Feel Three boasts 3 omnidirectional wheels and 3 motors, affording 360-degree rotation to simulate turns or yaws, and over 90 degrees of roll.
Technology plays a huge role in modern-day life and there have been many incredible advances made in recent times. As an entrepreneur, it is important that you are aware of ways in which you can use tech to improve both your business and your daily performance.
VR headset, like any gadget, faces the risk of becoming a white elephant fairly quickly. Not the HTC VIVE Cosmos, though. While a hardware like a VR headset can’t organically grow, VIVE Cosmos will grow with users over time, ensuring its usability as technology progresses.
Fans of Marvel who are always on a look out for new Avengers “technology” may want to check our this newest Marvel Studio virtual reality experience brought to you by Marvel and ILMxLAB.