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Gamified physiotherapy – meet our residents SWIBO
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Gamified physiotherapy – meet our residents SWIBO

In the far corner of the office you’ll find SWIBO, a company run by three young founders: Benjamin Dunn, Connor Broad and Lukas Stoecklein. SWIBO was formed in the VicLink Entrepreneur Bootcamp…

Augmented Reality – Back To Basics
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Augmented Reality – Back To Basics

Augmented reality. We’ve all heard of it, but what is it? AR is the integration of digital information in to a real life environment, or more simply, putting virtual objects into our…

The Serious Side of Virtual Reality. Some questions we have.
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The Serious Side of Virtual Reality. Some questions we have.

Obviously we are big fans of XR technology and the positive impact it can have, including current use in rehabilitation and education. But, we’re also keen to ensure the serious side and…

Open week beings Monday 28th of August
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Open week beings Monday 28th of August

Keen to experience our space, meet our residents and attend workshops on virtual and augmented reality? Register your interest for our open week where you'll get to work for free in our…

WELLINGTON’S FIRST VIRTUAL AND MIXED REALITY CENTRE OPENS!
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WELLINGTON’S FIRST VIRTUAL AND MIXED REALITY CENTRE OPENS!

Wellington’s virtual and mixed reality centre, PROJECTR has officially opened with a launch event on Thursday 27th of July in collaboration with MBIE. Minister of Economic Development Simon Bridges opened the centre…

The future of training in virtual reality
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The future of training in virtual reality

Virtual Reality training in the workplace provides a novel and memorable immersive experience that enables staff to make mistakes in high risk or challenging situations without any real life consequences. This makes…

Richard MacManus takes a look at NZ’s second annual Techweek
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Richard MacManus takes a look at NZ’s second annual Techweek

Earlier this month, the second annual Techweek was held in 24 locations across New Zealand. The week-long celebration of local innovation featured 287 events from Whangarei to Dunedin. It was a big step up…