Virtual Collaboration

A Medical Virtual Reality Startup for Telemedicine

Last week we got a sneak peek into the future of healthcare digitization when Teladoc (TDOC) and Livongo (LVGO) announced plans for a merger. On paper (as of early August), the combined company would have a market value of more than $25 billion. The former is rapidly grabbing market share in virtual health through its […]

Virtual Collaboration in the Workplace Using 3D Data

While most of the world (well, those who shower in the morning before cursing their fellow office commuters but now work in their underwear until 3 pm) adjusts to the concept of remote work, we at Nanalyze are kind of pros. That’s because we pretty much work wherever we can get a WiFi signal, from […]

VR in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction

We recently discussed how both virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) have disappeared from Gartner’s Hype Cycle, yet wide-scale enterprise implementations seem to be lacking. Sure, we’re seeing some interesting use cases pop up like data visualization or drug discovery. But VR needs more than nifty use cases, it needs some real traction. There’s always […]

AR/VR Data Visualization Takes on Big Data

Regular readers might recall that one of our well-traveled MBAs surfaced in the middle of the Pacific Ocean last year on the Marshall Islands. Between spearfishing for his dinner and throwing back beers with the locals, he managed to write a few articles. What’s even more amazing than the fact that the U.S. tracks space […]

Can Virtual Collaboration Give a Facelift to AR/VR?

Most of the members of our team here at Nanalyze worked in corporate environments once upon a time. Now some of us are digital nomads, working wherever we can find a WiFi signal until someone creates global internet coverage. We run a pretty lean operation, which is what happens when you give your content away […]