Over the years, technology has evolved to become more intuitive and easier to use. As companies today are quickly adjusting to the new norm of remote workforces, technology offers new ways to address the changing face of work, keeping teams and employees engaged, collaborative and productive. Right now, we’re witnessing how relatively simple innovations make technology not only accessible to more people, but more adaptive to our needs.
Nominated for Best Documentary Experience at Raindance Immersive and narrated by Geraldine Chaplin, Memoria: Stories of La Garmais an interactive VR documentary that explores the memories trapped inside the cave of La Garma in Santander, Spain. Untouched until its discovery in 1995, you’ll unleash the stories of the humans who took shelter in the cave over 16,000 years ago.
This award-winning virtual reality film transforms you into a majestic rainforest tree. With your arms as branches and body as a trunk, you experience a tree’s life from a seedling to its fullest form and witness its fate firsthand.
When you think of common applications for virtual reality (VR), several general topics and industries come to mind for most people – video games, entertainment, even fitness. It makes sense, since VR really got started in gaming. But where we’re really excited to see momentum is in the enterprise space – including in healthcare and medicine.