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Die Befreiung gives visitors the chance to experience the liberation of Dachau Concentration Camp’s 75th anniversary via AR and innovative storytelling.
How can the spread of the corona virus be contained? What medical, economic, and social impact will the crisis have? A Bavarian software manufacturer is helping to combat the virus with interactive dashboards.
As a part of the Munich International Film Festival, Virtual Worlds presented various VR experiences from around the world. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, it was required to find an alternative solution for 2020.
Young companies are already developing tomorrow's media today. Nine start-ups from Bavaria show the great potential of Virtual Reality in the future media world.
Which trends are crucial for the Bavarian media landscape in 2020? Who has already discovered new business areas and who is a pioneer in innovation? The following six points are a must for media professionals in 2020.
Immediate understanding: new technologies can help make television barrier-free. Two projects from Bavaria show how this can be done.
Can computers optimize our brains? The Munich-based startup Brainboost is convinced of this idea. Neurofeedback and Virtual Reality technologies are used to visualize brain activity on screens. This could strengthen the brain and make thought processes visible.
XR Bavaria e.V. is a professional association for virtual reality, augmented reality, and 360-degree videos, which was founded in Bavaria in early 2019. What does this association stand for? What are its goals?