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mmhmm, Phil Libin’s new startup, acquires Memix to add enhanced filters to its video presentation toolkit

Virtual sessions are a fundamental part of how we interact with each other these days, but even when( if !?) we find better ways to mitigate the effects of COVID-1 9, many think that they will be here to stay. That intends there is an opportunity out there to improve how they succeed — because […]

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Osso VR raises $14 million to bring virtual reality to surgical and medical device training

It seems that distance learning is even coming for the healthcare industry. As remote work becomes the order of the day in the COVID-1 9 epoch, any implement that can bring training and education services to kinfolks across manufactures is gaining a huge amount of investor interest — and that includes healthcare. Virtual reality implements […]

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Digitizing Burning Man

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Digitizing Burning Man

For decades, Burning Man has represented an escape from the current reality. An occurrence for free-er feels to rethink new age principles inside a stateless entity where artwork, music and partying reign supreme on the desert plains. Over the years, the Bay Area-founded event has dealt with an internal conflict as the assemble has grown […]

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Labster lands new cash to bring its virtual reality science lab software to Asia

You could Zoom call into your discipline class, or you could conduct a lab experiment in virtual reality. During the coronavirus pandemic, the latter has never felt more full of potential. The global need for learning answers beyond Zoom is precisely why Labster, a Copenhagen-based startup that helps individuals engage in STEM lab scenarios working […]

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The hype, haplessness and hope of haptics in the COVID-19 era

Devon Powers Contributor Devon Powers is an associate professor of publicizing at Temple University and the author of “On Trend: The Business of Forecasting the Future.” David Parisi Contributor David Parisi is an associate professor at the College of Charleston and writer of “Archaeologies of Touch: Interfacing with Haptics from Electricity to Computing.” In March, […]

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Immersive chat startups have a very different vision for the future of voice

What happens when startups look to build on the trendiness of podcasting and social audio pulpits while infusing them with some of virtual reality’s weirdness? Turns out, plenty of founders are already experimenting with that strange question. As audio-centric platforms garner investor interest, virtual reality founders of old are trying to push 3D audio as […]

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Google’s Fitbit deal could avoid EU antitrust probe by agreeing not to use health data for ads

Google announced its plans to acquire Fitbit for $2.1 billion back in November. As of this writing, the transaction has yet to go through, courtesy of all the usual regulatory scrutiny that occurs any time one enormous company buys another. EU regulators are often a key impediment for these sorts of considers, and this time […]

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PSA: Oculus Quest VR headsets are *finally* back in stock

Much like the Nintendo Switch( and for a go, Xbox consoles ), retailers have had a ridiculously hard time keeping Facebook’s Oculus Quest VR headset on their shelves. It’s partially because COVID-1 9 has forced people to stay inside and seek out new ways to keep busy/ flee our current reality — read: we’re all […]

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Could the VR headset be the next Peloton?

Funding for virtual reality startups has grown more sparse over the last couple years, as investors have seized with extended timelines for mainstream approval. Meanwhile, connected fitness has exploded, gaining attention amid shelter-in-place as business like Peloton have watched huge consumer additions with Mirror recently selling to Lululemon for $500 million. FitXR wants the virtual […]

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TechCrunch’s top 10 picks from Techstars’ May virtual demo days

A month after TechCrunch watched, shall consider and parsed the startups from Techstars’ April batch of virtual demo days, we’re back with the helpful May edition. Over the past few dates, TechCrunch has been catching up by watching the shared video pitchings from the five presenting demo courses, including the Lisbon demo day, its Seattle […]

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