Reflective partnered with the Portland Art Museum and Venice VR Expanded two years in a row to provide a safe and immersive introduction to VR. Peek into this experiential VR event!
VR helps patients have a more enjoyable time while being treated in the doctor’s office.
Virtual Reality (VR) is ALREADY dramatically changing how Medical Professionals are educated. It doesn’t look like this trend will end anytime soon. But let’s give you some proof to back up that claim. As you know, the medical industry has always been at the forefront of high-tech solutions. Therefore, this industry is more welcoming to new technologies than other industries. …
Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality (VR/AR) are disrupting the medical/healthcare field.
These technologies build empathy in doctors and train patients about upcoming procedures. And that’s just to name a few applications.
The most important thing to define when creating a new brand (or revamping an old one) is your brand’s aesthetic. Art and artistic style is subjective and people?s tastes vary dramatically.
Just because you create content in AR doesn?t mean that it will be successful. There are many important factors to consider in order to make your application not only work, but also be successful with your users.
Already some conferences are changing their events to be completely online events through live videos. Living in the age of the proliferation of online courses, webinars, and online conferences, it is clear that we can adapt.
While the understanding of what Virtual and Augmented Reality is rapidly growing, many people are still confused about what the differences are between the two.
This article is designed to give you a clear understanding of the two technologies and how they can benefit your company?s marketing efforts now.