We’re excited to announce the recent launch of MySpira: a revolutionary augmented reality (AR) app, that teaches children how to correctly use their inhaler and, potentially, saves lives. Developed by us here at Orbital Media, in collaboration with the University of Suffolk and supported by a team of healthcare experts – including Dr. Simon Rudland and asthma nurse Karyn McBride – MySpira is another world first! It’s also the first of its kind to utilise the new augmented […]
Stop the press! The world of VR is once again about to change, this time through the release of the sharpest VR headset in the world.
Over the last few years, the difference in power between computers and smartphones has been shrinking rapidly. This combined with features that computers could never provide such as portability, increased security with fingerprint scanners and being able to contact people from wherever you are has brought whether smartphones could make computers obsolete into question. The Positives As well as the previously stated benefits it seems as if the future will only deliver more positives that are exclusive to smartphones. The […]
Technology in schools has changed so much through the years and with the emergence of new, groundbreaking gadgets that have altered how people can interact with both media and people all over the world, such as virtual reality and Cloud based computing, it is clear that education will have to evolve to include these new, innovative technologies.
Since Microsoft acquired LinkedIn back in June for an eye-watering $26.2 billion we’ve all been waiting with bated breath to see what they were going to do next, and so far it seems not much. One thing that has happened rather quietly in the last month or so is the re-introduction of hashtags. They are mostly confined to the iOS and Android app where they are searchable and clickable, whereas in a browser although you can search for hashtags across […]