Immersive Social

Digital communication taps into VR and AR technology

Implications - Snapchat filters represent the first iteration of everyday consumers using AR to communicate; the next phase sees more technologically advanced, highbrow use of immersive tech. This represents a shift from VR and AR as a novelty, to something that becomes a part of consumers' everyday lives.
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Mar 16 - Aug 17
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360-Degree Photography Apps - 'Lookabout' is a Community for Sharing Immersive Panoramic Photos
SCORE 5.5
This Year and Warm 564 Clicks Pub: Jul 7, 17
360-Degree Photography Apps
'Lookabout' is a Community for Sharing Immersive Panoramic Photos
The rise of virtual reality has inspired many creators to explore 360-degree videos to the fullest, and ‘Lookabout’ is an app that does the same but for the world of photography.... [More]
360 Degree VR Platforms - The Splash Virtual Reality App Offers All-Encompassing Video Frames
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Average 495 Clicks Pub: Mar 15, 16
360 Degree VR Platforms
The Splash Virtual Reality App Offers All-Encompassing Video Frames
The Splash virtual reality app is designed to offer 360 degrees of video footage and follows a design model that is similar to social platform Snapchat. Unveiled at the 23rd annual South by... [More]
Virtual Reality Social Platforms - The 'myVR' Platform Serves as a Personal Hub for VR Users
SCORE 3.8
Mild 273 Clicks Pub: Oct 29, 16
Virtual Reality Social Platforms
The 'myVR' Platform Serves as a Personal Hub for VR Users
Using interactive, customizable “rooms” as their personal hubs, myVR users can easily discover, save, stream and share online content including news articles, music and videos. This content is... [More]
Digital Street Art Tours - 'graffitialley.to' on Instagram Captures All of Toronto's Graffiti Alley
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Mild 155 Clicks Pub: Sep 2, 16
Digital Street Art Tours
'graffitialley.to' on Instagram Captures All of Toronto's Graffiti Alley
There are dozens of places around the world where street art tours are carried out, but Heritage Toronto wanted to open up the experience of exploring its iconic Graffiti Alley to anyone, no matter... [More]
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