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‘VIRTUAL GETS REAL’ FORECASTS STRONG NZ CROSS REALITY SECTOR GROWTH

The NZVRARA (The New Zealand VR/AR Association Inc.) has today released the first of two reports commissioned on the New Zealand VR/AR Ecosystem. The Report, titled ‘VIRTUAL GETS REAL: The Explosion of Cross Reality in New Zealand’ profiles a rapidly growing local industry that is predicted to contribute to New Zealand’s Digital Nation with annual Read More

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BLACKEYE PARTNERS WITH NZVRARA TO SUPPORT THE NEW ZEALAND VR/AR COMMUNITY

  The NZVRARA (The New Zealand VR/AR Association Inc.) and Wellington-based Blackeye VR Limited have announced a strategic partnership between the two entities to jointly promote the fast-growing New Zealand VR/AR sector and accelerate adoption of virtual and augmented reality technologies within New Zealand organisations. Blackeye VR was founded in September 2016, the same month Read More

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NZ CHILDREN’S STORY TO FEATURE AT PRESTIGIOUS AR AND VR FESTIVAL IN NEW YORK

Augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) retellings of James Hurman’s The Boy and the Lemon will be in the global spotlight at The Future of Storytelling, the world’s leading immersive storytelling event, held in New York in October. Showcasing New Zealand’s creative talent on the world stage, the project is an all-kiwi collaboration between M Theory, Read More

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NZVRARA TO LAUNCH ‘VIRTUAL GETS REAL’ REPORT

UPDATE: Visit here to download a copy of the VIRTUAL GETS REAL report.  The NZVRARA (The New Zealand VR/AR Association Inc.) is to release a 120-page report titled ‘VIRTUAL GETS REAL’ about the current New Zealand Cross Reality ecosystem at a launch event from 4pm, Thursday 19th October 2017, at the Industry Connect facility within Read More

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AR/VR GARAGE PARTNERS WITH NZVRARA

The NZVRARA (The New Zealand VR/AR Association Inc.) and Auckland-based AR/VR Garage have signed a wide-ranging strategic partnership to accelerate the growth of the virtual and augmented reality sector in New Zealand. The AR/VR Garage, facilitated by Auckland Tourism, Events & Economic Development (ATEED) on behalf of Auckland Council, opened in September last year as Read More

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