There Is No Magic in Magic Leap
The company's concept videos were obviously misleading to anyone who cares about mixed reality.
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We Asked Early Adopters of Google Glass If They're Excited About Version 2.0
After version one inspired a wave of panic about "Glassholes" and was discontinued, Google's parent company Alphabet is trying again—this time, in the workplace.
Holograms Bring the Grim Reality of the Syrian Civil War to America
'Holograms from Syria' puts grisly war images in a hauntingly familiar context.
There's an Invasion of Floppy CGI Humanoids in Japan
After a three-year hiatus, David Lewandowski drops 'time for sushi' on an unsuspecting internet.
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.
Mixed Reality Technology Makes Remote Studio Tours Possible
Students at NYU’s Integrated Digital Media program developed a cutting-edge way to conduct studio visits with artists remotely.
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Clever Illustrations Place Little People All Around Your Home
Wies van der Velde's drawings look at the world with fresh, imaginative eyes.
New Subcultures Surface in the Future-Dystopian Films of Liam Young
Love and freedom are explored in ‘New Romance,’ three new films by the speculative architect and filmmaker.
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.
Dancers Melt Through Space in a Stunning CGI Experiment
A Korean animator bends time and space like Kurt Vonnegut's all-knowing aliens.
Microsoft’s HoloLens Could Go to War
Ukrainian tank crews may soon view the battlefield virtually.
Dancers Get Down with Their Digital Doppelgängers in 'Circle'
Sila Sveta blurs the line between video and live performance in their latest piece.