A new virtual reality system developed by a team of UK scientists is better at spotting the early signs of Alzheimer’s than “gold standard” tests currently use by doctors, research suggests.
Nintendo is bringing virtual reality to its Switch handheld gaming console which children can build themselves using cardboard.
A short animated virtual reality film of Doctor Who is being produced by the BBC to allow fans of the long-running sci-fi series to experience life on the Tardis from a different perspective.
A foot motion controller has been unveiled at CES for the PlayStation VR, which may address the issue of movement within virtual reality games.
Chelsea Pensioners have tried out a virtual reality prom experience that takes viewers back to the trenches of World War One.
Facebook-owned Oculus has announced it will be launching its new standalone virtual reality headset in spring next year.
Aberdeen airport is seeking volunteers to try out a new virtual reality app aimed at making travelling easier for customers with disabilities.
Japanese high school students have produced a five-minute virtual reality experience that recreates the sights and sounds of Hiroshima immediately before, during and after the US dropped an atomic bomb on the city 73 years ago.
Virtual reality has opened up a world of gaming possibilities, and this example is pretty epic.
Imagine a future where you are greeted by a robot as you pop into your local bank branch to deposit some cash.
This is it – this is the moment in which we come full circle. A YouTuber has performed a cover of Jamiroquai’s Virtual Insanity using instruments in virtual reality.
Sky is set to launch a new virtual reality experience that will allow its customers to have a “one-on-one” audience with Sir David Attenborough in their living rooms.
An Aberdeen university is offering those working in the oil industry a chance to step on to a virtual drilling rig.
What’s better than playing with your fancy new virtual reality headset? Giving your five-year-old a go of course.
A powerful virtual reality experience is being taken on tour to help people see life through the eyes of an autistic child.
If you’re a Mac user interested in Oculus Rift you’ll have to wait ‘until Apple makes a good computer’
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