Virtual reality is appealing to tourists because it is "immersive", an academic says.
Growing numbers of tourism businesses in Wales are "embracing" virtual reality technology.
Staff at GWH in Swindon have been finding out what it is like for an Autistic person to experience sensory overload using Virtual Reality.
Virtual reality technology that lets trainee surgeons feel "flesh and bone" is developed.
Apple's chief says mixing graphics with real-world views is more "profound" than virtual reality.