A new perspective – Skydiving in South Africa, part of a virtual tour created by UK studio Visualise
The full picture – Panorama of New York City, used to create a virtual tour.
Coming to America – The launch of Oculus Rift headsets is imminent, with virtual experiences set to flood the new market.
Elephant in the room – Also from South Africa tour, a chance to meet exotic wildlife without leaving your building.
Behind the scenes – Visualise photographer and co-founder Henry Stuart sets up the camera to capture the masses of footage needed to create a virtual experience.
All gain, no pain – Virtalis allow virtual prototyping that saves time and cost in industries such as aerospace and shipbuilding, and means mistakes are caught early.
Freedom in the boardroom – A business conference can take in virtual tours in a range of settings.
The next generation – Students at Coventry University use the modeling tools to design a motorbike.
Try before you buy – A virtual tour of an airline cabin, courtesy of UK firm Zerolight.
Getting real – The shift from games to business is exemplified by Canon's MREAL - mixed reality - device, tailored to manufacturing needs and yours for $125,000.