Latest virtual reality News

Ever-popular Snobs Creek Hatchery Open Day Returns
Racism, harassment and discrimination takes a terrible toll on ethnic minority NHS staff
Dementia Australia supports New Norfolk
Wristband uses echos, AI to track hand positions for VR and more
An Innovative Mixed Light Field Technique for Immersive Projection Mapping
Australian Beef Eating Quality Insights Report 2023
We went looking for glowing interstellar gas – and stumbled on 49 unknown galaxies
First Beef Producers Intentions Survey signals optimism about Australia’s beef industry
We created a VR tool to test brain function. It could one day help diagnose dementia
Meat & Livestock Australia to showcase paddock-to-plate in virtual reality at Sydney Royal Easter Show
Government Science Showcased At Parliament House
Schneider Electric Collaborates with NVIDIA on Designs for AI Data Centres
Opening New Doors In VR World, Literally
VR Auctions Are Go
New Ipswich TAFE centre to deliver highly skilled manufacturing workforce
Foot-eye coordination: how our vision changes in rhythm with our walking
Our brains take rhythmic snapshots of the world as we walk – and we never knew
NBN upgrade: what a free speed increase for fast broadband plans would mean for consumers and retailers
Swinburne supporting regional communities through early childhood teaching
Overcoming Dental Fear With Tap Of App
Dementia Australia supports Longreach and Winton
Senior US Homeland Security leader’s first hand look at next generation of airport security
We gave palliative care patients VR therapy. More than 50% said it helped reduce pain and depression symptoms
Making Melbourne Best Place To Do Business
Dementia Australia supports Ballina and Casino
Historical musical innovator awarded science prize
Torrens University’s role in Australia’s tech transformation
What Might Reduce Crime Does Not Reduce Fear of Crime
HKUST Prof. LAU Kei May Elected to the US National Academy of Engineering
Monash to launch Global Encounters virtual reality journey into Australia’s First Nations history
Virtual reality grooming is an increasing danger. How can parents keep children safe?
Editing memories, spying on our bodies, normalising weird goggles: Apple’s new Vision Pro has big ambitions
Digital ‘history machines’ are never politically neutral
Using photos to create 3D models is helping us understand – and protect – complex marine environments
Add virtual reality to exercise and ease chronic pain
PolyU’s cutting-edge technologies enrich colours on over 100 million high-end smart devices worldwide
No spokes in these wheels: an intellectual disability fails to deter cyclists
Würzburg computer scientists dive down
Best Adelaide Fringe Festival Shows to see 2024
Cook Government invests $900,000 in defence research
Bush firefighters reaching new heights with opening of Aviation Centre of Excellence
Woolworths Group calls on customers to treat store team with respect as incidents of violence and abuse rise
It’s wrap for Project Booyah Mackay
Keeping kids safe online during school holiday time
To Help Autonomous Vehicles Make Moral Decisions, Researchers Ditch the ‘Trolley Problem’
Keeping women and their children safe from tech-based abuse
Virtual reality showcase event casts spotlight on STEM
Almost half the men surveyed think they could land a passenger plane. Experts disagree