The immersive impact of VR can be quite dramatic, which means that there … Read More
Did you know that our sense of touch is controlled by a huge network of nerve endings and touch receptors in the skin known as the somatosensory system?
This system is responsible for all the sensations that we feel. It … Read More
Augmented and virtual reality have the ability to transform the way we experience the world – but what is the difference between these emerging technologies?
Augmented reality (AR) blurs the boundaries between the real and virtual world, by taking … Read More
The study, published in the Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, found that that active games had a … Read More
Speaking to the national charity Together for Short Lives, as part of Children’s Hospice Week, Simone … Read More
In 1887, the Polish physician Dr. Ludwig L. Zamenhof published his own language, billed as the universal tongue for the world. This was Esperanto. Of all the similar ideas proposed since then, Esperanto is the only constructed language that is … Read More
To create a fully integrated and accessible plug-and-play mobile Magic Carpet interactive projection system, offering variable image size and easy set up and control to stimulate and engage people of all ages and abilities.
Sensory Guru partnered with … Read More