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Hardware Virtualization, Innovations, Trends, Types

Microsoft gets real about mixed reality with new products and new vision

December 12, 2017

Via: TechGenix

Microsoft recently announced a new vision for mixed reality. This vision has already led to some new product innovations, and some that have yet to be released. The most notable may be a new headset created with Samsung. Here’s more […]


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Hands-on: Striker VR’s Latest Haptic Gun Prototype Brings a Host of Improvements

December 8, 2017

Via: Road to VR

Striker VR is developing a haptic gun peripheral for out-of-home VR attractions, which has the most powerful and responsive recoil that I’ve ever tested. The company’s latest prototype, a verification model as the company nears its first manufacturing run, brings […]


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Oculus Go Headsets Are Now Arriving to Developers

November 30, 2017

Via: Road to VR

Oculus Go, the upcoming standalone VR headset from the makers of Rift, is now arriving to developers looking to get a jump start on creating apps for what promises to be an affordable VR solution at just $200. First reported […]


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HPE, Stephen Hawkings COSMOS to collaborate, use Superdome Flex in-memory systems

November 28, 2017

Via: ZDNet

Hewlett Packard Enterprise said it will partner with Stephen Hawkings Centre for Theoretical Cosmology (COSMOS) to map the origins and structure of the universe. The Hawkings partnership is part of a broader collaboration pact with the Faculty of Mathematics at […]


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Report: Apple Acquired VR Headset Startup Vrvana for $30 Million

November 22, 2017

Via: Road to VR

Citing sources close to the deal, TechCrunch reports that VR headset maker Vrvana has been acquired by Apple for $30 million. Vrvana is a little known VR headset maker that’s been on the scene since 2014. The company was building […]


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SteamVR Integration For Windows VR Headsets Goes Live In Preview Today

November 15, 2017

Via: UploadVR

Starting today SteamVR is officially accessible using Windows Mixed Reality (aka Windows VR) headsets like the Acer, HP, Lenovo, and others. Previously the Windows VR headsets could only access and launch apps that were natively available within the Windows store. […]


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Lenovo Windows VR Headset Drops To $299 This Black Friday

November 14, 2017

Via: UploadVR

Getting into PC VR will be the cheapest it’s ever been this Black Friday thanks to Microsoft’s Windows-based ‘mixed reality’ VR headsets. Microsoft this week announced its deals for its upcoming Black Friday sale, and they include a huge $100 […]


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With Facebook’s money, Oculus Is Fending off Old Enemies, Former Friends, and New Foes

October 30, 2017

Via: Road to VR

Blink and you might have missed it—a lot has happened in the VR landscape in the last few months. At Oculus Connect, the company’s annual developer conference, we got fresh insight into where Oculus is heading, and a new look […]


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Vive Studios Launches VR Design App TrueScale

October 27, 2017

Via: UploadVR

Vive Studios, the publishing arm of HTC’s VR headset, just launched its second experience this week – TrueScale. You may have heard of TrueScale before. Developed by Immersion, this is an in-depth interior design app that highlights some of the […]


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VR Surgical Training Platform Osso Wins US Dept. Of Education’s EdSim Prize

October 20, 2017

Via: UploadVR

It was just under a year ago now that we reported that the US Department of Education was getting involved with VR and AR tech with the launch of its EdSim Challenge. The competition was designed to seek out new […]