Despite lacklustre reception in the home, 3D entertainment is still able to increase ticket revenue at the box office according to Cineworld
A look at Vicon’s latest mocap product – the Cara, and an interview with Vicon Product Manager Phil Elderfeld about the future of mocap
Sphero 2.0 has been revealed – the robotic ball that can be controlled via a smartphone and transformed into creatures via augmented reality
Audi have launched an app that uses augmented reality to explain what the controls on the dashboard do, by holding an iOS device to them
Motion capture specialists Organic Motion have been testing the notion of using open stage mocap and the Oculus Rift to interact within a VR environment.
Yabazam 3D video streaming service has delivered over one million 3D movie trailers to Samsung and LG 3D TV viewers since November 2012.
Volumental has reached almost 50% of its funding goal to create an app that will allow anyone with a depth camera to create 3D printable models
Barco and projectiondesign will be showcasing a new combined projection product at the forthcoming European Attractions Expo 2013.
3D scanning specialists Artec explain how their 3D scanners were used to digitise weapons and multiple baggage items for the plane crash scene for the 3D flick.
Another day, another Kickstarter story, and another 3D scanning product – but Fuel3D could seriously shake up the professional 3D scanning industry
iMarkr, the 3D printing store in Clerkenwell, is to launch a pop up version in Selfridges for two months
Soon after Sky revealed that it is still fully supporting 3D, Virgin Media announce that on-demand customers can expect more 3D choice.
Brighton based motion capture specialists Synertial are showcasing their IGS glove, able to translate finger and hand motion for 3D artistry.
Provision 3D Media hope to develop life sized holograms for the home (if they can raise $950,000 on Kickstarter)
During Siggraph 2013, Disney will be showing how virtual objects can be felt without wearing special gloves during gameplay
Sky’s Head of 3D John Cassy says 3D watching is growing although the market is not where it was hoped to be by now.
TVB Europe reports that two airlines are set to offer fliers glasses free 3D tablets by the end of the year.
Windows are inviting developers to apply for the Kinect for Windows developer kit program to create apps that can take advantage of the super sensitive device.
The NEO3DO glasses free tablet is now available for sale priced at $349 (£235) and will be featured in a commercial of each episode of Enhanced Dimension’s Crime Squad 3D.
Video Eyewear specialists Vuzix Corporation are making progress with its WaveGuide technology for advanced augmented reality glasses
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