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VR Technology Aids Surgery to Separate Conjoined Twins

This week, VR helped make medical history when surgeons from around the world teamed up to perform a groundbreaking 33-hour procedure in a “virtual operating theatre.” The surgery being performed was one of the most complex separation procedures ever seen. The operation to separate three-year-old conjoined twins Arthur and Bernardo Lima was a success. Born … Continue reading VR Technology Aids Surgery to Separate Conjoined Twins

What Is Vergence-Accommodation Conflict and How Can Developers Tackle It?

VR is a rapidly changing technology. As industry leaders strive to stake their claim in the brave new world of the metaverse, there is continued development in many of the restrictions users experience while using VR. One such area is vergence-accommodation conflict. Recent research carried out between Meta Reality Labs and Kent State University explores … Continue reading What Is Vergence-Accommodation Conflict and How Can Developers Tackle It?

Consumer VR Treadmills Still Aren’t A Thing, But Kat VR Is Giving It A Go Anyway

One of the biggest hurdles facing immersive VR is freedom of movement. While we can easily make someone see and hear a large space around them, any attempt to actually move through that space will end in disaster if you aren’t careful. At first, the easiest solution was to use a gamepad,a device most people … Continue reading Consumer VR Treadmills Still Aren’t A Thing, But Kat VR Is Giving It A Go Anyway