Mark McGill

Year: 2019

PlaneVR (CHI’19)

Virtual reality (VR) headsets allow wearers to escape their physical surroundings, immersing themselves in a virtual world. Although escape may not be realistic or acceptable in many everyday situations, air travel is one context where early adoption of VR could be very attractive. While travelling, passengers are seated in restricted spaces for long durations, reliant […]

Virtual Augmentations of Physical Keyboards – Less :( More ๐Ÿ˜Š

We’ve been doing some research into a new class of keyboard which we refer to as augmented keyboards, meaning a physical keyboard that can be tracked by a mixed reality headset, such that you can start to render virtual content on, or around, the keyboard – in effect, allowing for virtual augmentations of a peripheral. […]

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