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HTC leads $10 billion consortium to invest in virtual reality
HTC leads $10 billion consortium to invest in virtual reality

Jun 30, 2016 by David

By Ian Sherr   The phone maker,...

Virtual Reality Aimed At The Elderly Finds New Fans
Virtual Reality Aimed At The Elderly Finds New Fans

Jun 29, 2016 by David

By Kara Platoni   (above: ...

Take the virtual reality leap with a high-quality $19 VR Box Headset
Take the virtual reality leap with a high-quality $19 VR Box Headset

Jun 28, 2016 by David

By TNW Deals   Virtual reality...

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Google Cardboard: Which VR experiences are worth your time?

Google Cardboard: Which VR experiences are worth your time?

Posted on Apr 26, 2016 by David

The Oculus Rift and HTC Vive are incredible devices, but they’re far out of the range of an impulse purchase for most of us. We’re talking about spending $600 to $800 on a headset and accessories while dropping upwards of a thousand dollars for a capable gaming PC. And even if we’re generous with our PlayStation VR price estimates, we’re still talking about spending between $600 and $700 for the whole shebang. However, provided that you already have a smartphone,...
$100 million in funding puts real money into HTC's virtual reality play

$100 million in funding puts real money into HTC's virtual reality play

Posted on Apr 29, 2016 by Administrator

26 April 2016 – HTC Corporation ("HTC"), a pioneer in innovative, smart technologies, today announced it is launching Vive X, a global accelerator program targeted at start-ups operating in the virtual reality (VR) space. With a $100m investment fund led by HTC, the program is designed to help cultivate, foster and grow the global VR ecosystem by supporting start-ups and providing them with expertise, special access to advanced VR technology, financial investment,...
Inside the Seattle VR Hackathon, a glimpse of virtual reality’s potential

Inside the Seattle VR Hackathon, a glimpse of virtual reality’s potential

Posted on Apr 30, 2016 by Administrator

  Participants in the Seattle VR Hackathon ham it up for a 360-degree video. (Photo by Daniel Rasmus) Nearly 130 virtual reality developers from around the Seattle region gathered at the Pacific Northwest Center for Construction Research and Education last weekend for the  Seattle VR Hackathon , a biannual event that encourages people with a passion for virtual reality (VR) to join forces and create VR experiences using the latest hardware and software. For...
The future for shooters in VR gaming

The future for shooters in VR gaming

Posted on May 1, 2016 by Administrator

was 11 years old when Jonathan Cott first brought a gun to school. It was bright red, or maybe dark blue – colours tend to fade first in the memory – and the paint was chipped at the corners. Cotty, as we called him, was always in deluxe kinds of trouble. Once, while we sat at our desks awaiting the arrival of a long-suffering English teacher, Cotty balanced a large cardboard box on the frame of the classroom door. When the teacher entered, the box fell over his head, trapping...
The new mouse for VR could be your eyes

The new mouse for VR could be your eyes

Posted on May 2, 2016 by Administrator

Virtual reality is becoming an increasingly popular option for gamers and those eager to try this fully immersive experience. How does it work? Reporter Theresa Chong talks to Richard Marks, director of PlayStation Magic Lab, to find out.  Theresa Chong for USA TODAY   SAN FRANCISCO – The next big leap for virtual and augmented reality headsets is likely to be eye-tracking, where headset-mounted laser beams aimed at eyeballs turn your peepers into a mouse....
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