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  • YouTube takes virtual reality mobile
  • YouTube takes virtual reality mobile
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YouTube takes virtual reality mobile

Have you ever wanted to experience a beauty tutorial as if you were in a blogger's bedroom? Or watch a compilation of funny cat videos and see them scampering around your feet? Now you can; YouTube has introduced virtual reality with a newly released update to its Android app.



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    Since launching in 2013, Marriott’s Travel Brilliantly campaign has been pioneering the future of travel, from mobile check-in to in-room Netflix. Now, guests are able to order exclusive VR content to their rooms. How can travel brands use this tech to boost sales and strengthen consumer loyalty?

  • Article image What's the future for virtual reality?

    2015 will see an avalanche of virtual reality devices appear in the mass market, with the likes of Sony, Google, Facebook and Microsoft targeting gamers across the globe. The technology may now be an attainable reality, but will it be used for anything beyond video games?

  • Article image Icaros: a workout for both body and mind

    Whether swooping over sprawling landscapes or careering through space, an hour spent on Icaros – a virtual reality at-home gym that claims to exercise both mind and body – promises to be a truly holistic workout. Is this what the future of fitness looks like, or is it just another VR gimmick?

  • Playing in a virtual reality theme park Playing in a virtual reality theme park

    Virtual reality has come a long way since the early days of computing, with devices like Oculus Rift giving players the chance to step inside their favourite games. But if you're stuck on the sofa, how real is it? That's the thinking behind The Void's virtual reality theme park.