HTC announced a standalone Vive VR headset on Thursday at the ChinaJoy entertainment conference in Shanghai, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 mobile processor. The headset is one of the first to remove the connected device, allowing gamers to play without needing a high-end smartphone or PC. Oculus is reportedly working on a similar headset. See […]
It takes a lot of effort to create a solid virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), or mixed reality (MR) experience. The hardware, including the headset and system hosting the experiences, have to be capable of delivering a natural, smooth experience. See also: Ultrahaptics finds deep pockets for its AR/VR tech The Varjo team, which has […]
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2016 will come with an embarrassment of virtual-reality riches.
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Pre-orders start later this year, so start saving now.
If nothing else, it offers HTC another chance to stick it to Google.
Two terabytes sounds great, so long as you don’t actually count on using it.
Hello realistic virtual reality, goodbye nausea.
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Its rumored smartwatch may shun Android Wear.
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