Is the Google Cardboard set for a resurgence?
With Google cancelling the Daydream View VR headset in October, there were rumors that the Cardboard could be coming to a similar fate. The Cardboard has always positioned itself as […]Read more
CES 2019: Walking cars, laundry-folding robots and why the future is bright for immersive tech
Much to my parents’ disdain, my favourite city to visit is Las Vegas. I had my stag do/bachelor party there, ran the marathon, have had cultural trips, sporting trips, gambling […]Read more
Inside Google HQ – How does the tech giant operate?
Google threw open the doors of its world-famous headquarters in California for the latest Google Product Expert Summit – and Laduma’s Martin Scholes was invited to find out more about […]Read more
Where does Virtual Reality really fit into education?
Gaming and Virtual Reality are remarkably comfortable bedfellows. The immersive nature of VR means gamers can remain in complete control of what they’re doing, seeing and hearing. It’s big flashes […]Read more
Google to take Augmented Reality into Chrome – could it spark an advantage over Apple’s ARKit?
VHS, Betamax, cassette, CD, DVD, download… Even Windows and Apple’s OS. They’re all technologies that have, at one point, competed for supremacy. And the best doesn’t always win out. For […]Read more
VR as The New Normal
VR as the “new normal”. Does this sound familiar to anyone? Yup, it’s been a long time coming and still needs to sprint to the finish, but the tipping point […]Read more