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Gaming

We're Getting a Harry Potter Version of 'Pokémon GO'

You'll apparently be able to "unravel a global mystery, cast spells, and encounter fantastic beasts and iconic characters along the way."
Beckett Mufson
11.14.18
Augmented Reality

Screen Muslims Like a Real Customs Officer in This New AR Experience

The creators of 'Terminal 3' hope the experience will challenge users preconceived notions of Muslims.
Justin Caffier
5.1.18
virtual reality

Here's a Baby VR Headset for the Parents of the Future

Wait, would you actually put your kid in an augmented infancy machine?
Dyllan Furness
8.1.17
Holograms

These Ghostly Dancers Are the Closest We've Come to 'Star Wars' Holograms

Japanese artist Daito Manabe debuts newly-invented holographic technology at Sonar+D.
DJ Pangburn
7.5.17
virtual reality

For Virtual Reality Creators, the "Wild West" Age Is Over

The 2017 Vision VR/AR Summit spent two days in Los Angeles spotting emerging trends in immersive technology.
Charlie Schmidlin
5.15.17
virtual reality

Reality: Where Does It Go From Here?

The 2017 edition of annual VR and AR conference 'Versions' had a lot of feelings about our future relationship with tech.
Andrew Nunes
3.5.17
vr

Virtual Reality and Theater Come Together to a Classic David Bowie Tune

“HEROES: A Duet in Mixed Reality” redefines theatergoing on every level
Tanja M. Laden
3.4.17
Music

[Premiere] Take a Nighttime Drone Flyover at an Augmented Reality Airport

Japanese artist and programmer Daito Manabe turns FaltyDL’s song “Shock Therapy” into a miniature sci-fi scene.
DJ Pangburn
2.7.17
50 states of art

Meet the George R.R. Martin-Endorsed New Mexico Collective Saving America's DIY Venues | #50StatesofArt

Santa Fe's Meow Wolf parlays its wildly popular immersive art into activism.
Beckett Mufson
1.21.17
Gaming

How 3D Sound Makes Virtual Reality More Real

The 3D sound Mach1 wants to help kickstart a revolution in immersive VR and AR sound.
DJ Pangburn
12.7.16
Design

POTUS' Holiday App Turns Your Cash into The White House

The Illuminati aren't the only thing hiding on the dollar bill.
Kevin Holmes
12.1.16
Art

How Augmented Reality Is Fighting Cultural Erasure in East Harlem

As high rises replace brownstones, artists turn to augmented reality to preserve cultural landmarks.
Beverly Bryan
10.23.16