The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) has announced its plans to introduce Virtual Reality (VR) rehabilitation in physiotherapy for stroke patients and other patients suffering from balance disorder.
Emirates has introduced 3D seat models on emirates.com, becoming the first airline to introduce web virtual reality (VR) technology on its digital platform.
E-commerce as we know it is set to get a facelift with the launch of Mall.Global – a retail platform that plans to incorporate immersive technologies and operational practices into online shopping.
Set to take place on Monday 17th September 2018 at the Habtoor Grand Resort and Spa in Dubai Marina, Power of 4 will explore the challenges and opportunities that organisations will face in this new digital era of human-machine collaboration.
Al Khobar, a city in Saudi Arabia’s oil-rich Eastern Province, became the first city in the Middle East and North Africa to test 5G wireless connectivity after it launched a pilot project last week, according to a recent statement released by the Kingdom’s Ministry of Culture and Information.
VR Sports, the first all-sports virtual reality arcade in the country, located in the state-of-the-art Virtual Reality Theme Park in Dubai Mall, was launched by the international innovative digital agency, ARkub Interactive.
Tahawul Tech visited Microsoft HQ in London this week, to learn more about the impact that mixed reality is having on healthcare and construction.
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The Museum of the Future has launched a new six-week accelerator programme designed to attract technology companies that can provide new solutions for futuristic visitor experiences.
Dubai Airports, in cooperation with Dubai Future Foundation (DFF), has developed the ‘Microcosm of Dubai’, a new initiative that aims to give passengers transiting through the emirate’s airports a unique experience of the city.
If you’ve ever dreamt of being a Jedi Knight, here’s something better than simply swinging around a plastic lightsaber toy—now you can wield a plastic lightsaber that pairs with a headset, letting you battle against familiar Star Wars villains in the comfort of your living room.