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

Walking on the Moon in VR with Lunatick

Few people have actually walked on the lunar surface – 12 to be exact. Lunatick is your chance to follow in their footsteps and walk on […]

A Perfect Match – Google Tilt Brush on Oculus Quest

Google Tilt Brush on Oculus Quest is a perfect match for virtual reality. A free-form VR painting and design tool on a standalone HMD with […]

Chris Milk on Storytelling in AR and VR

Take a look at Chris Milk’s recent interview with TheWrap on Storytelling in AR and VR. The innovative director and immersive artist is the CEO […]

Climate Change in Mixed Reality on The Weather Channel

The latest work of the Weather Channel tackles climate change in mixed reality. We’ve highlighted their work before on hurricanes, floods, and tornadoes. This time, […]

Lessons Not Learned: Google Cancels AI Ethics Board

Thinking of setting up an AI ethics board? Google offered a quick lesson the past two weeks on how not to tackle the ethical questions […]

VR Challenges: Cost, Social Element and Health Concerns

A recent YouGov survey shows that VR challenges to adoption remain – with cost leading the way. Basic familiarity with the technology has grown slowly […]

Elbedome: Europe’s Largest VR Lab

If you like virtual reality or 3D experiences, then Europe’s largest VR lab is definitely where you want to be. It would be a storyteller’s […]

Its Finally Here – The New Valve VR Headset

It’s been a long wait with endless rumors, but the new Valve VR headset is finally coming. 2019 is turning out to be the year […]

The Ethics of a Brain-Computer Interface in VR

There was no better way to wrap up the GDC 2019 conference than Valve Software’s Mike Ambinder talking about a brain-computer interface in VR. No […]

The HP Reverb VR Headset Sets a New Standard

You might have overlooked the new HP Reverb VR headset last week with all the HMDs at GDC 2019, but the company just set a […]

Burger King’s Innovative AR Campaign – “Burn That Ad”

Burger King’s innovative AR campaign proves that while we wait for inexpensive augmented reality glasses, you can do creative immersive tech advertising through Smartphones. It […]

The Ethics of a Brain-Computer Interface for VR

There was no better way to wrap up the GDC 2019 conference than Valve Software’s Mike Ambinder talking about a brain-computer interface for VR. No […]

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