Hold On!

Hold Up

Please select a minimum of three sectors in the menu above.

Got It
  • The world’s first VR entertainment facility
  • The world’s first VR entertainment facility
    Zero Latency (2015) ©
SIGNAL

The world’s first VR entertainment facility

2015 has been mooted as the year of virtual reality; Sony, Microsoft and Oculus have all announced new headsets, while Google Cardboard continues to sell. And now with Zero Latency  the world’s first VR entertainment facility  opening its doors, VR is set to become more accessible for consumers.

Related

  • Article image What's the future for virtual reality?

    2015 will see an avalanche of virtual reality devices appear in the mass market, with the likes of Sony, Google, Facebook and Microsoft targeting gamers across the globe. The technology may now be an attainable reality, but will it be used for anything beyond video games?

  • VR could kickstart the comeback of the arcade VR could kickstart the comeback of the arcade

    If video killed the radio star, it’s fair to say that home consoles killed the arcade. Between 1983 and 1985, a fifth of America’s arcades were shut down, and when the NES exploded into US front rooms in 1985, that decline only steepened. But could the rise of VR see the arcade make a comeback?

  • Article image Icaros: a workout for both body and mind

    Whether swooping over sprawling landscapes or careering through space, an hour spent on Icaros – a virtual reality at-home gym that claims to exercise both mind and body – promises to be a truly holistic workout. Is this what the future of fitness looks like, or is it just another VR gimmick?

  • Can VR remedy a lack of social empathy? Can VR remedy a lack of social empathy?

    Cloud over Sidra is the United Nations' first ever virtual reality film. It follows a twelve-year-old girl – named Sidra – who lives in the Za’atari camp in Jordan, and is designed to support a UN campaign highlighting the vulnerable state that is refugee life.