Learning in VR for Everyone Every morning, I wake up at 6 am and rush my kids to wake up and get ready for school. By 7 am we are ready to move to school and arrive 45 minutes later. The same goes for driving them back. Around 4 hours wasted every day. Students in Africa can spend around 4 hours walking to reach school every morning. Traffic jams increase during drop off and pick up due to the…
انها تقنية المستقبل .. الواقع الافتراضي او VR تقنية تحول الخيال الى واقع وتنقلك لتجرب اي مغامرة تتمناها وانت جالس على كنبتك تقوم نظارات الواقع الافتراضي بعرض الصور بتقنية ثلاثية الأبعاد، وبزاوية مشاهدة 360 درجة لتعيش التجربة كاملة ولتشعر كأنك داخل الحدث Watch the full video
From experiencing the Holy Mecca in Egypt, to virtually living in a battlefield or using digital innovation to tackle claustrophobia, these 8 Virtual Reality startups are swiftly revolutionizing the Middle East. Although aliens and unicorns don’t exist, people can’t (yet) travel to Mars, and skiing in Dubai costs a fortune, Virtual Reality (VR) is making all of these achievable by creating a digital-reality-experience. This technology takes people to entirely new places without needing to be physically present – you could believe you’re even…
Reality Check, an article by Zaira Lakhpatwala as featured in Communicate Magazine, November 2016 issue Full article available online by clicking here.
On July 11, 2016, our founder and VR filmmaker Karim Saad has been interviewed on Al Arabiya news channel to discuss about the potential of Virtual Reality in the Middle East. Full article can be viewed here. View the full interview on Youtube
On May 17, 2016, our founder and VR filmmaker Karim Saad has been interviewed by John Lillywhite for an article about virtual and augmented reality that was featured on ArabianBusiness.com Full article can be read here.
By Wael Nabbout on January 11, 2016 MIT Technology review. Full article here. Virtual Reality Applications in the Middle East Head Mounted Displays by Giga Works Few companies in the Middle East have taken an interest in head mounted devices. In Dubai, Atlantis The Palm resort utilizes VR headsets to give potential clients a view of their premises, including the aquatic facilities. From the creators’ side, Tunisia-based game developer DigitalMania has added their first Oculus compatible game to their portfolio….