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A new generation of entertainment venues mediates between the public and private experience of VR, helping to overcome users’ embarrassment.
Tokyo – Designed by Domino Architects, the Kobelco Lab at the University of Tokyo is equipped to control a heavy crane located 800 km away.
London – Red Deer has created a Blade Runner-like space where VR fans can feel both privately at ease but enjoy the tech socially. Welcome to Otherworld.
Amsterdam – The May/June 2019 issue of Frame magazine reports on the human-centric focus of interior design, and how tech is transforming live music.
Copenhagen – At this year’s Copenhagen Documentary Film Festival, MBADV Studio flipped the cinema space on its head by way of a boundary-pushing furniture layout.
Amsterdam – At this year’s Frame Lab, Paula Strunden presented her virtual proposal of a home, featuring real-life components. Can this be adapted to the remote workplace?
Amsterdam – From February 20-21, our annual Frame Lab festival will provide a platform for forward-thinking innovators and brands to discuss the future of spaces.
Amsterdam – In an increasingly phygital world, Wieden+Kennedy's Department of New Realities' latest project for Moncler helps lay a path for retail's future.
San Francisco – What do employees actually want from their office space? The new Gusto headquarters displays a range of answers.
Five designers answer the Frame 119 Challenge with designs to de-stress: Allison Crank turns VR into virtual recovery.
REPORTS – To an increasing degree, museums, exhibitions and cultural events are using immersive technologies to draw visitors into highly engaging experiences.
AMSTERDAM – On 21 - 22 February 2018, experience technology straight out of science-fiction: a tool that allows multiple designers to connect in virtual reality.
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