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AVATOUR Brings Reality To Virtual Reality

AVATOUR [sic] is a new group collaboration system that allows a remote host to bring virtual  

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A State-Of-The-Art Virtual Inspection Methodology Using Mixed Reality Technology Gets High Marks From European Medicines Agency Inspector

Virtual inspections during a pandemic can really help to ensure continuous supply of much-needed drugs, not just for the United States, but worldwide.

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VR stands ready to stand in (for R)

Using Imeve’s technology, a San Francisco-based iPhone accessory maker was able to pay a virtual visit to its manufacturing partner in China and walk along the production line to review new COVID-related procedures.

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Property inspections now happening live, in VR over Optus 5G

When you’re looking for a new home, or investment property, you’d generally inspect the property.

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Robotic Advisers Defy Factory Shutdowns With Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality Is Giving Industry A Way Out Of The Coronavirus Crisis. Robotics Advisers Are Now Visiting Factories Virtually To Keep Business Going And To Avoid A Slowdown Of Automation Efforts In The Manufacturing Industry.

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5G-ready VR telepresence app Avatour launches in beta

When Avatour magically does something that sounds a lot simpler than it is to achieve: Up to five people can use either VR goggles or mobile devices to join a host at a livestreamed location.

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VR/AR Association

AVATOUR Launches Commercially: Remote Presence is Now a Reality

AVATOUR Remote Presence lets you visit a real place in real time, providing a new substitute for travel — especially useful in these challenging times.

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Top 30 enterprise-friendly VR spaces

For the past few years, virtual reality meetings, events, and classrooms haven’t taken off the way

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Startups fighting COVID: Black & Veatch taps 18 for Coronavirus response accelerator

Spot-winning partners — ranging from disinfection and filtration to health screening, tracking and tracing, wearables, data intelligence and communications — were selected from more than 300 applications as part of a three-month evaluation process.

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Robotic advisors defy factory shutdowns with virtual reality

Virtual reality is giving the industry a way out of the coronavirus crisis. Robotics advisors are now visiting factories virtually to keep business going and to avoid a slowdown of automation efforts in the manufacturing industry.

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