by Addison Callaghan, Marketing Manager
The idea of virtual reality isn’t entirely new; immersive flight simulators were used to train pilots as early as 1929, and let’s not forget Morton Heilig’s “Sensorama” from the 1950s which used a combination of video, sound, small fans, smell generators, and vibrations to as closely as possible recreate a lifelike experience.
Now VR is becoming more accessible—and super popular. Here are three technologies, both up-and-coming and available now, that will make for an awesome event experience.
Fingo is a VR technology that’s currently being developed, but that we see a lot of potential for. It was created by the Silicon Valley-based company USens Inc. and aims to pull you deeper into a virtual world by responding to your hand gestures without using any sort of handheld controller.