Blog

July 22, 2016
Can I interact with others using Freefly VR?

Will Social VR Be The Driver To Make Virtual Reality Mainstream?

Say virtual reality to most people and they will probably first associate it with gaming.  Whilst gaming will indeed be popular (you only need to see the millions of VR game downloads on Apple App store [...]
July 15, 2016
Pain Management

Pain Management with Virtual Reality

So we’ve looked at how Virtual Reality can enhance our social lives. Now we’re going to discuss the medical benefits of the technology. Particularly in pain management. There have already been studies and papers on the [...]
July 8, 2016
How do I control the experiences with Freefly VR?

We’re Hiring!! Sales Vacancy

Proteus VR Labs is a small, start-up tech design company looking to expand our London based team. We currently sell the Freefly Virtual Reality headset worldwide through Amazon and our own website freeflyvr. com We are [...]
July 8, 2016
Relax with Freefly VR

Social VR: The impact of virtual reality on relationships

This week we will continue on the theme of social Virtual Reality and consider the new technology’s potential impact on relationships. I touched on this the other week by asking whether Virtual Reality will make us [...]
June 30, 2016
the FreeflyVR headset

Bullying and Harassment in Virtual Spaces

As virtual reality gears up to provide the new social meeting space, will it follow the same trend as social media and become a haven for harassment and bullying? We hope that the uglier side of [...]
June 24, 2016

Interview with Xavier of Trinus VR

So what one thing could be holding smartphone powered virtual reality back? For all intents and purposes it is the perfect way to democratise the technology – it’s cheaper, portable, and does not require a super-powerful [...]
June 17, 2016

Social VR: Will Virtual Reality Increase Or Decrease Loneliness?

There are a lot of concerns shared nowadays about the new wave of virtual reality media. It has been decades since the concept was first used in sci-fi as a dystopian tool to isolate and control [...]