In local Virtual Reality news:

At the Online and eLearning Conference in May, Tyrone Rubin from SenseVirtual will be presenting a talk titled “The power of Virtual Reality in learning: creating engaging, entertaining and highly realistic experiences”.

In June, SenseVirtual will be demoing its Virtual Reality Mall Experience at a local Retail event. This will be a first of its kind Virtual Reality retail experience that gives people the ability to explore a Virtual mall with limitless stores and products all within a Virtual Reality booth. The power of this experience is that it allow stores the ability to demo an infinite range of products which do not all have to be in the physical store.

Through EventsVirtual, local brands continue to explore the use of Virtual Reality in activations, expos and events, as marketers embrace the power of this immersive technology.

In International Virtual Reality News:

For the first time in history, a global automotive brand has used fully immersive Virtual Reality to launch their latest car.

This launch takes the individual far beyond any new car experience they would have witnessed before, allowing people across the world to connect in real time, be fully immersed within the vehicle and share live together their experience of Jaguar’s first ever electric vehicle. Jaguar, by embracing cutting-edge technology in this way, has created an experience rich and rewarding for its consumers. It has undoubtedly redefined the future of how automotive brands introduce their new vehicles to customers.

Travel Company Expedia are inviting customers to try out the accommodation on offer without having to leave home with a new Virtual Reality experience.

The travel giant is working on a way for customers of its websites such as Expedia.Com, and Trivago to check out the listings through VR. The technology is still in fairly early stages, but the current demonstration allows users to do things like walk around a hotel room, and even open the doors and head out onto the balcony to check out the view.


Stanford University offers doctors a “room” with a unique view, the inside of an infant’s beating heart, valves opening and closing, blood cells rushing past.

The virtual reality project tackles what has always been a major challenge for medical trainees: how to visualise a heart in action in three dimensions. Through Virtual Reality, they can now travel inside the heart and explore congenital heart defects as if they have been shrunken to the size of a peanut.

Feel free to let us know if your business has an interesting problem you believe that Virtual Reality can solve as we are always interested in prototyping VR solutions.

Founder of SenseVirtual