Medical Virtual & Augmented Reality The Australian Institution of Health and Welfare estimates that by 2057 there will be 8.8 million more older people in Australia then there was in 2017. That is a 7% increase in people over the age of 65. Medical professionals have already identified this as something that will create a massive strain on the medical system in Australia. Training and educating people in this field is not an easy task either. It takes a lot of time and a lot of resources…Continue Reading “Medical VR & AR”

Using Virtual Reality To Eliminate Risk When training for something like a fire, there isn’t much you can do to make the training as real as possible without actually lighting a fire. This raises many issues and hazards which would see the practice of fire fighting an actual fire never ignite. That’s why some companies have turned to using virtual reality to train employees what to do and what equipment to use in case of a fire. Other industries that are too dangerous to do…Continue Reading “Using Virtual Reality To Eliminate Risk”

3D Rendered Images: The Basics You may have heard the term ‘3D render’ lately – especially when it comes to real estate or development. Essentially an image that looks just like a photograph but can’t be because the building, apartment, park or patio (or whatever it might be) doesn’t exist yet? But what is it? 3D rendered images is when realistic 2D images are created from 3D modelled objects. Think of it as taking a photo of an object or setting from a particular view point with your…Continue Reading “The Basics of 3D Rendering”

Do you really get what you pay for when it comes to logo’s? If you are not aware, there are plenty of websites out there like Fiverr and Freelancer where you can  submit your brief, and random designers will create you a logo to that brief. EXACTLY TO THAT BRIEF… So that means that if things change, unless you’ve decided exactly what you want and are also a talented descriptive writer, then you are probably not going to get exactly what you want and you won’t have someone…Continue Reading “Should you pay more for a logo?”

Technology Helping Ease The Pain If you’ve ever read our other posts, you’ll notice that if it relates to technology helping with illness, I will include it. I think it’s amazing how some people are really thinking outside of the box to help those who need it the most. In this blog I’m going to show you my favorite aids that are helping people deal with their everyday struggles. 1. My Special Aflac Duck Aflac is a company that provides financial protection to policyholders that get sick…Continue Reading “Technology Helping Ease The Pain”

Sometimes planning a trip overseas or even down the coast for a weekend can be more hassle than it’s worth. Weather can be a downer and…yes I’ll say it…sometimes the company can be too. Taking part in a staycation has its negatives too, like the fact you’re not really doing anything. But what if you could get the experience without leaving your home? Choosing a destination can be tough, especially if you’re on a budget. So what some companies have done is brought the destination…Continue Reading “Virtual Reality Deciding Your Next Holiday”

It’s very rare that someone is not on any form of Social Media whether it be Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, Snapchat etc. So why should your small business be any different? In our previous blog post on social media for small business we talked about the importance of a website, now we are going to go that one step further and talk about having social media outlets to drive people to that website. https://www.statista.com/statistics/278414/number-of-worldwide-social-network-users/ As you can see from the graph above, social network growth is…Continue Reading “Small Business and Social Media”

GRAB YOUR PHONES AND GET OUTSIDE! You probably won’t hear many people say that, but we think that outdoor activities such as hiking, biking or even taking the kids to the park can be just as fun (if not better) with technology! Imagine you are walking through beautiful ancient woodland, you come across a marker in the woods and use it as a target to activate a character on your phone screen that will tell you all about woodcutting in the 1930’s. https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/local-news/augmented-reality-trail-opens-visitors-13311247 Your hike…Continue Reading “Augmented Reality Encouraging Outdoor Activities”

Do you remember when you would be looking for a service, lets say a plumber, and your first call to action would be to search the Yellow Pages book that you kept stashed away in a drawer. Now if you are picturing yourself using the Yellow Pages, you’re probably picturing a time where you couldn’t use a home phone and the internet at the same time. Really if you’re picturing a home phone, there’s a pretty high chance that you are still imagining a situation…Continue Reading “Social Media for Small Business – Websites”