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CCP Returns To VR With Championship Update For Sparc
CCP Returns To VR With Championship Update For Sparc

Jul 9, 2019 by Administrator

It was a sad day in 2017 when one of virtual...

Samsung Reportedly to Release “multiple AR and VR products” in Coming Months
Samsung Reportedly to Release “multiple AR and VR products” in Coming Months

Jun 4, 2019 by Administrator

Samsung hasn’t really said much about VR...

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Facebook now lets you 'Like' 360-degree videos in virtual reality

Facebook now lets you 'Like' 360-degree videos in virtual reality

By  Nick Statt   Today, Facebook-owned Oculus announced the launch of 360-degree video reactions for the Gear VR headset. So now, when watching Facebook videos using Samsung's virtual reality goggles, you'll be able to choose between the social network's standard series of reactions, including the like or  one of the five new emoji reactions . When viewing 360-degree videos, you'll also be able to see others' reactions float by on the...
Virtual reality goes mainstream in 2016

Virtual reality goes mainstream in 2016

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Posted on Jun 22, 2016 by David

By  Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick    With the recent release of the Oculus ‘Rift’ and HTC ‘Vive’ headsets, and the Playstation ‘VR’ to launch by the end of this year, virtual reality is set to dominate headlines in the technology sector in 2016. Virtual reality (VR) is an artificial environment that is created with software and presented to the user in such a way that the user suspends belief and accepts it as a real...
Tripping Down a Virtual Reality Rabbit Hole

Tripping Down a Virtual Reality Rabbit Hole

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Posted on Jun 22, 2016 by David

By  Farhad Manjoo   (above: A visitor tried HTC Vive virtual reality headset at the Computex exhibition in Taipei this month. The experience can be overwhelming. Credit Tyrone Siu/Reuters)   This is going to sound like the tech-nerd version of one of those first-person People magazine essays about surviving adversity: You don’t appreciate how much you need to see your hands until you can’t. Your hands – they’re always...
Virtual Reality Interests: Travel 74%, Movies 67%, Live Events 67%, Home Design 66%

Virtual Reality Interests: Travel 74%, Movies 67%, Live Events 67%, Home Design 66%

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Posted on Jun 21, 2016 by David

By Chuck Martin   (above -  Tan Chin, 81, tries out the Samsung Gear VR.  Image Credit: Dean Takahashi) Virtual reality is graduating from the gaming world and finally going into areas like travel, movies and live events. And based on current consumer interests, gaming is actually at the bottom of the list. Internet-connected headsets are expanding in the IoT world as technology finally catches up with the promise of virtual reality, which has been...
Consumer Interest in Virtual Reality Goes Far Beyond Gaming, According to Greenlight VR

Consumer Interest in Virtual Reality Goes Far Beyond Gaming, According to Greenlight VR

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Posted on Jun 21, 2016 by David

By Stevi Rex   Greenlight VR’s new ‘2016 Virtual Reality Consumer Report’ reveals U.S. consumers are most interested in using virtual reality for travel, entertainment, events, home design and education. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 21, 2016 The latest consumer research from Greenlight VR reveals non-gaming categories, including travel, home design and virtual education, top of the list for virtual reality use cases currently capturing...
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