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.
New all-in-one eye-tracking headset breaks cover at Mobile World Congress Shanghai.
Free Blocks app makes making models in VR child’s play.
Scotland's University of St Andrews releases new VR app taking users back in time to 1544.
British newspaper releases animated VR documentary detailing the plight of refugees.
British broadcaster’s new app features Planet Earth II alongside other BBC Three content and full-length documentary, One Deadly Weekend in America.
Apple’s AR hand gesture patent; Devs move to higher end; Snapchat buys AR IP; Nasdaq; Nike Momofuku; Porn all-in-one hardware.
Oculus’ new native MR capture enables developers to merge live footage of users with VR.
UK-based media house – and home of TheVirtualReport.biz - expands its consumer tech portfolio.
Lone developer Tom Graczyk talks about his experience of creating a VR game on a zero budget and what it meant to place fourth in the Global VR Challenge.
Swedish CEO reflects on two million downloads on a young platform and the potential of mobile VR.
IDG's Yoshio Osaki shares the odds on VR/AR scenarios from total failure to world domination.
Tim Merel, founder and MD at international tech advisors, Digi-Capital, examines the most recent round of investments and looks forward to the sector's growth potential.
Vaqso gets more than half-a-million dollars to further develop its scent enabling device for VR.
Music app gets support from Microsoft for all WMR devices.
See you in seven days...