Crosswater welcomed Inteleos’ Director of Conceptual Research and Design, Elizabeth Santana and Dr. Rubens Pessanha from the Point-of-Care Ultrasound Certification Academy where they joined the Crosswater team and UB Graduate School of Education’s Dr. Richard Lamb for an afternoon of creative brainstorming on the benefits of immersive training and learning. To learn more about how…

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VR’s potential to transform the approach taken by pediatric doctors to reduce stress, anxiety and discomfort is staggering. Stanford Children’s Health – Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital was one of the first hospitals in the country to implement VR ‘Distraction Therapy.’ Read the article to hear the personal story of how doctors were able to reduce…

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VR has made revolutionary strides in education. The immersion offered by VR/360 media content has the potential to increase information retention, improving the effectiveness of teaching. This article breaks down advantages and benefits of all aspects associated with using VR/360 content for education. Crosswater specializes in VR education for all grade levels. Contact Crosswater at…

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Today is Labor Day. At Crosswater, we’re thinking about how the future of training workers is shifting with the introduction of VR into the workplace. Research has backed the claims that VR creates much more memorable experiences than traditional video. That is why so many businesses across all realms of industry have chosen VR as…

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While consumer adoption of VR/360 technology has been a bit slower than expected by industry experts, there is one use that continues to see steady growth; Education.   Facebook owned, Oculus, is reconfirming the industry’s dedication to using Immersive media to revolutionize educational standards around the world. Recently, they announced that they are providing Oculus…

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VR has reached a tipping point in its introductory process to our mainstream culture. According to Gartner, a research company, VR is “rapidly approaching a much more mature stage, which moves it off the emerging technology class of innovation profiles.” This comes as more and more people have adopted the limitless potential of using VR…

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For some who experience motion sickness, VR can be difficult to use for extended periods of time, if at all. However, motion sickness caused by simulated VR/AR environments could soon be a thing of the past. Palmer Luckey, the founder of Oculus and creator of the first modern Virtual Reality headset which was unveiled in…

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Crosswater’s partnership with the University at Buffalo has yielded some exciting results! Along with UB’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences, The UB Center for Educational Innovation (CEI), The Center for Industrial Effectiveness, IBL Education, and Docola, Crosswater has produced the VR/360 content for a project aimed…

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Do you want to find a way to market your products to new audiences with innovative techniques? If so, Virtual Reality Marketing is a route that you cannot pass up. 75% of the world biggest brands have already adopted VR/360 to expand their marketing horizons. And it works, too. Read this brief article and learn…

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VR’s potential continues to prove it has no limits. Watch this short video by Mashable to learn how researchers are using VR to help patients visualize and get a feel for their prosthetic limbs to become more comfortable with them. #VR #Virtualrealuty #medicalresearch #VRmedical #immersion #innovative #visualize #technology #science #buffalo #VRproduction #welcometothefuture https://mashable.com/video/virtual-reality-amputees-feel-prosthetics/#hKnbVVkedmqz

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