Mixed reality (MR) is one of the hottest concepts on the tech scene. It essentially refers to a combination of VR (virtual reality) and augmented reality (AR). Using MR, developers can merge real and virtual worlds to deliver exciting new visualisations that allow physical and digital objects to interact with each other in real time.

Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) concepts are increasingly being used to present products and services in new, innovative ways.

They were once only explored in sci-fi movies and at big-budget gaming conventions, but these kinds of immersive technologies are now more accessible to businesses than ever before.

Those clever people at Google have been using drones to take 3D scans of historical sites around the world in order to preserve them. Every year we are losing hundreds of historical buildings and artefacts due to environmental factors, by scanning them, we’re able to preserve them in a way that has never before been seen .

For over sixty years creative filmmakers have been pushing the boundaries of virtual reality. This week Magic Leap opened their SDK to the developer community and proved one and for all that not only are hollywood-esque VR experiences possible, they are within reach for the innovative marketer too.

As a sales and marketing tactic, Virtual Reality can be a fantastic and powerful tool. But if you haven't considered VR, then you haven't allocated budget either. This can then result in budget-pooling or delaying the early mover advantage opportunity. So here's four reasons why we believe it’s a case of ‘when’ not ‘if’ it becomes a necessity in your marketing mix...and why you should budget for it.

From accelerating Ford's manufacturing and design processes, to NASA scientists exploring Mars, the HoloLen's possibilities are vast. But these early adopters are all, without doubt, specialist users - in their specialist fields. In my opinion, when you can demonstrate how the uninitiated layman can use HoloLens (to their advantage) you're on to a brand winner.

The problem with most computer-rendered visualisations is that you just don't believe they correctly represent what you'll really experience. I can categorically tell you that's simply not the case with the Microsoft HoloLens. The digital content really is as good as the pictures suggest and the gesture and gaze-based interactions are wonderfully natural. If you're looking for a bad review of the HoloLens and what it's capable of, don't read this article.

Over nearly four decades at Disney, Glen Keane animated some of the most compelling characters of our time: Ariel from The Little Mermaid, the titular beast in Beauty and the Beast, and Disney's Tarzan, to name a few. The son of cartoonist Bil Keane (The Family Circus), Glen learned early on the importance of holding onto your childhood creativity—and how art can powerfully co ...

Mixed reality is fast becoming the catch-all term for augmented reality and virtual reality – both of which are variations of how we can either digitally enhance the world around us (with an app), or transport ourselves to new immersive environments (using a VR headset). Augmented reality is slowly becoming more well-known and used in a number of different formats. Some indust ...

It’s a known fact that it’s easier to maintain existing client relationships than chase new ones. However, keeping clients happy is no mean feat – especially in todays digital world where users are becoming more demanding and less loyal. Match-making creative and technology should not be entered into lightly. So, in true Tinder style, we’ve shortlisted 5 of our hottest techno ...