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Hands-On: Creed VR Boxing For PSVR Is Shaping Up To Be A Contender

May 24, 2018

Via: UploadVR

For a few weeks in real life last year I went to a boxing gym. Before long I injured my wrist and eventually stopped going because having a kid has a way of limiting your time (plus I’m lazy.) However, […]


Hardware Virtualization, Innovations, Trends, Types

Report: Samsung Working On Wireless AR/VR Headset With Microsoft

May 9, 2018

Via: UploadVR

It sounds like Samsung is working on a new headset that will utilize both virtual and augmented reality technology. That is according to the Korea Times, which cites a Samsung official familiar with the company’s plans. Apparently, this new headset […]


Innovations, Trends

SpaceTime Enterprises Will Use VR To Bring People To Space

May 3, 2018

Via: UploadVR

Let’s face it; VR might happen in our lifetime but accessible, affordable space tourism might not. At least, not any time soon. But In-Space Missions and Rewind want to use VR and AR to bring us closer to being an […]


Innovations, Trends

Apple Shows VR Could Help Fight Motion Sickness & Boredom in Self-driving Cars

April 4, 2018

Via: Road to VR

When you’re driving a car, you’re invested with a sense of purpose: stay alert, don’t crash, optimize your route for the fastest and most comfortable experience. But what about when self-driving cars become the norm, and we’re no longer involved […]


Hardware Virtualization, Types

Report: Motorola To Release Smartphone-Based VR Headset For Moto Z

March 13, 2018

Via: UploadVR

Lenovo has plenty going on in the VR world already and now it looks like its subsidiary, Motorolla, is jumping into the industry too. Respected mobile industry leakster Evan Blass recently posted two images of a Virtual Viewer by Motorola […]


Hardware Virtualization, Types

Samsung’s Galaxy S9 Is It’s Most Powerful Smartphone For VR Yet

February 26, 2018

Via: UploadVR

Update: Both Oculus and Samsung have confirmed to UploadVR that the Galaxy S9 will not enable 6DOF support on Gear VR. We’ve reached out to Qualcomm for further clarification. Original story: Samsung isn’t quite ready to talk about the future […]


Hardware Virtualization, Innovations, Trends, Types

Microsoft To Push Social VR/AR ‘Forward In New Ways’ In 2018

February 21, 2018

Via: UploadVR

Microsoft is teasing big things for its work in the social VR and AR space this year. Last year, as the company launched its new line of Windows ‘Mixed Reality’ VR headsets, Microsoft acquired social VR app, AltspaceVR, which had […]


Hardware Virtualization, Types

HoloLens Units Can Now Be Rented Instead Of Bought

February 15, 2018

Via: UploadVR

At $3,000, Microsoft’s HoloLens is an expensive proposition, limiting the number of people that have been able to get their hands on one over the past two years. But a new scheme from Abcomrents is looking to make the device […]


Hardware Virtualization, Types

VR Regatta Is A Beautiful And Realistic Sailing Simulator

February 9, 2018

Via: UploadVR

The first time I sat behind the steering wheel of a super-powered race car in Project CARS or in the cockpit of a spaceship in EVE: Valkyrie, the sense of escapism and immediate presence was palpable. VR has the ability […]


Hardware Virtualization, Types

Lenovo To Bring Mirage Solo Standalone VR To The Classroom

January 31, 2018

Via: UploadVR

Lenovo’s new Mirage Solo standalone VR headset is headed to the classroom. The company this month introduced the Lenovo Virtual Reality Classroom, offering VR field trips across the world to students without having to leave the room. The package, sold […]