Titled Szybowcowa ’87, the app which is part of the IPN’s push to make history more understandable and accessible to younger generations allows users to step back in time and explore a printing house hidden inside an apartment on Wrocław’s Szybowcowa street.
Projected onto a surface area of 800 sq/m using state-of-the-art equipment, it’s a striking work that takes guests past powerful volcanic eruptions, dancing bolts of lightning, gigantic six-storey waves and to the Northern Lights themselves.
The mobile app from Warsaw-based firm Immersion VR presents NASA’s ‘Perseverance’ rover mission and the surface of Mars in an interactive way.
VIDEO: People can move around the orchestra or change their position in the concert hall to get a full-on experience.
The app from start-up company Immersion was commissioned by the US government and uses digital avatars and videos to guide medical staff step by step, explaining how to properly put on a mask and other specific actions needed before dealing with infected patients.
Founded by 25-year-old Jakub Kreft, Unicorn VR has been hailed for helping kids develop their social and communication skills.
Distracting a patient with virtual reality and making them do small tasks can reduce the pain felt.
Unveiled at the 20th Universal Congress of Polish Historians in Lublin the immersive learning experience called ‘Józef Piłsudski – The Marshal of Polish hearts’ helps users learn about both Piłsudski and the famous Jan Matejko painting ‘Unia Lubelska’.
Combining virtual reality and behavioral therapy the company creates fantasy worlds in which the cancer patients can immerse themselves to lower the levels of stress and fear. They are also researching the links between psychotherapy and countering cancer.
The ‘dinosaur’ app from Warsaw-based start-up Immersion, lets visitors to New York’s Museum of Natural History explore the world and biology of the fearsome predator in full virtual reality.