Welcome to the Week That Was on TheVirtualReport.biz, where we bring you the highlights, biggest news and hottest topics from the world of VR, AR and MR business in the last seven days.
The Oculus court wrangling continues and drags Samsung into the ring too.
California event sees Google share its vision of a standalone VR future.
Unity launches contest to find MR solutions to real-world problems.
The first information and picture of HTC’s all-in-one VR hardware, out later this year.
Google shares details about WorldSense; a Daydream update; Chrome VR; Chromium AR; Instant Preview and achieving desktop-level graphics with a mobile GPU.
American and Canadian developers can now place pre-orders for developer editions by Acer and HP.
Live 360 viewing in your living room announced at Google I/O 2017.
Applications are open for BAFTA’s open call to British filmmakers and game creators.
Steam community makes an appointment to revisit Dr Freeman – this time in VR!
Microsoft says the phone is already dead; What consumers really think about VR; AR glasses will control your eating; Easing pain and anxiety; Historic women; Porn is on the up.
British consumers can buy now, pay later, as HTC Vive reveals new finance package; rest of Europe to follow.
That seems to be the message behind Google’s 36-second ad released on Wednesday.
ILMxLAB offers an insight into Google’s new technology that enables high fidelity rendering of scenes in real-time on mobile VR.
New forecast from Superdata shows continued growth for VR in business next year, both in investment and R&D programs.
Business Development role for Audiomotion founder and games and film industry stalwart.
Conference track examining the medium's timeline from its roots - and into the future.
Superstars HTC, IDG, Unity, Digital Domain and an industry veteran lead a superpacked conference agenda.
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