Posts Tagged ‘augmented reality’

Startup Week Experts Debate Where VR Goes Next

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

The new Samsung Gear VR has deep North Texas roots.

From Samsung’s VR team based in Richardson to the startups that create the content, such as 900lbs of Creative and Groove Jones, the headset will showcase the creativity and innovation …

900lbs of Creative Brings Brands to Life Via Immersive Content

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

As the name implies, 900lbs of Creative is a heavy hitter in the virtual and augmented reality world.

The 15-person team has done work for the likes of the Dallas Cowboys, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, and Vroom. It even has clients in …

Steve Nix’s ForwardXP to Shake Up VR Space

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Steve Nix is already a veteran of the burgeoning virtual reality space and now he’s back with a new company ready to make waves in that space.  

Nix managed VR at ReelFX before founding ForwardXP. He’s also the founder of …

What’s on the Horizon for VR? Reel FX, 900lbs of Creative Leaders Give Their Thoughts

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Virtual reality is still in its infancy, but market experts say the technology could become a $38 billion industry by 2026.

That’s according to a recent Greenlight Insights study as reported by MediaPost. That doesn’t mean VR headsets will …

Big Design: Dallas-based Spacee Creates New AR Experience

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Pokemon Go took augmented reality mainstream, putting a digital experience on top of the real world.

But Dallas-based startup Spacee is working on a totally different AR technology that doesn’t require smartphones or glasses.

CEO Skip Howard showed off …

3 Things: Dialexa E-Book Offers ‘Recipes’ For VR, AR Success

Posted by Julia Falcon

A new e-book offers tips for using virtual and augmented realities in business, an education startup that focuses on technology is coming to Dallas, and the Dallas Cowboys are going to use new technologies to improve their game.

How can

Dallas Startup Week: DFW is ‘Nexus’ for Innovation in Virtual Reality

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris


The long-awaited breakthrough for virtual and augmented reality could be coming soon.

Both technologies have fallen short for several years, always promising big things, but continually failing to penetrate mainstream adoption.

Several experts …