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It’s almost like being there

At first blush, native dealer Brett Furman’s listings appear like many others: There are expensive properties and cheaper ones; some near the town, and a few distant. Million-dollar English Tudors and $175,000 townhouses sit aspect by aspect on his web site, ready to be snatched up by consumers. Advertisment of Gallery: But in contrast ...

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Google lets anyone build apps for Daydream, its smartphone-powered virtual reality platform

Hollis Johnson/Business Insider Google’s new virtual reality platform, Daydream, is about to get an entire lot extra apps. The Californian tech big has lastly allowed anyone to create apps for the platform, TechCrunch reports, opening the door for a rush of new apps and experiences. Daydream, like its DIY predecessor Google Cardboard, is a type of virtual reality that is ...

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Jaunt and Manchester City Take Fans into Etihad Stadium for a Match Day Experience

Every Saturday VRFocus likes to do a weekly spherical up of VR in Sport and again in October 2016 reported on Manchester City FC launching its personal virtual reality (VR) app CityVR. The soccer membership hasn’t stopped there as its simply introduced a collaboration with Jaunt Inc., offering a new 360-degree fan expertise placing them into the motion on the Etihad Stadium. Filmed utilizing Jaunt’s ...

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Virtual reality takes you into the movies

Virtual reality is having a creative moment. This week saw an Oscar nomination for a 360-degree animation, while several VR experiences are also winning plaudits at the Sundance Film Festival this week. That might surprise the many people who think of VR as synonymous with video games. The best-selling system so far is Sony’s PlayStation VR, paired with its PS4 ...

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Record and Sharing Your VR Reactions with Zeality’s Re/Lives Feature

Last year virtual reality (VR) ecosystem Zeality launched on Android and iOS platforms, with the aim to provide immersive content, social engagement, and commerce in one package. Now the company has introduced a new feature called Re/Lives – also known as reaction videos – designed to deliver a way to record and share users viewing experiences within 360-degree video. Looking to provide a way to ...

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