Digital Bodies - Immersive Learning

Digital Bodies covers developments in Virtual Reality, Wearables and their impact on Media and Education. Wearable devices and immersive experiences through VR are the next revolution in technology, an era that will transform how we communicate, learn, understand the world and ourselves. Wearables will become an extension of our natural and creative selves as we venture into new frontiers of storytelling, entertainment, learning and professional development. Join us as we explore how the human becomes digital and the digital becomes human. This year we were honored to be listed in the Top Ten of EdTech's list of 50 Must Read Higher Ed Blogs.

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Posts by Digital Bodies - Immersive Learning

Goodbye completely annoying VR cables

It’s time, it’s so time to bring an end to the annoying tangle of VR cables that we all deal with. So we were thrilled […]

While you wait for Magic Leap – do a free Hololens demo

While we wait for Magic Leap (which just passed its FCC certification), you might want to try out a Hololens demo near you. Microsoft is offering them […]

Diving into the future with Virtual-Virtual Reality

Jamie Felton in VentureBeat reminded us to take a look at Virtual-Virtual Reality, a surreal VR experience that’s impossible to categorize. Part game, part story, part experience […]

Will the Amazon VR kiosks reinvent retail shopping?

A new Amazon VR experience opened this week as the online retailing giant set up virtual reality kiosks in shopping malls to promote its upcoming Prime […]

Full body VR – the HoloSuit haptic feedback outfit

If you’re ready for a full body VR experience, you might want to take a look at the HoloSuit project on Kickstarter. Put this on […]

Will we get an actual Magic Leap demo this time?

It’s Magic Leap demo time again on and we’re eager to see if they do an actual demo. The last broadcast was disappointing, to […]

VR at airports – would you use it?

The idea of using VR at airports intrigued us – especially since we fly out of NYC which has some of the worst big-city airports […]

Plexus VR Gloves – we may soon feel our way around in VR

The Plexus VR Gloves took a step closer to release this week with an announcement of developer reservations. You can’t get your hands on them […]

The beauty of the night sky in AR – at an outdoor planetarium

Viewing the night sky in AR is an obvious win for immersive technology. You can already download AR astronomy apps for your phone and there’s […]

Tilt Brush VR update – Google makes it easier for everyone

Google just released a Tilt Brush VR update, making its immersive painting program easier to use for beginners and creatives. We’ve been longtime fans, seeing […]

Leap Motion’s Augmented Reality table tennis is remarkable

If you haven’t seen the Leap Motion Augmented Reality table tennis demo, have a look. And take a look behind the scenes at how they […]

VR and Hollywood – John Cusack & Christina Ricci in ‘Distorted Reality’

VR and Hollywood continue to dance around each other as John Cusack & Christina Ricci make their VR debut in ‘Distorted Reality’. The ten minute VR […]

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