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.
Hardware bundle gets a $200 cut - on top of a $200 cut – Rift and Touch now just $399…
The internet rumour mill points to a self-contained Oculus system with Gear VR levels of power to reach consumers in 2018.
Eventual hosts Scotland’s first meetup for VR and AR enthusiasts later this month.
Random42 Scientific Communication marks its 25th year with new medical and scientific AR marketing app.
Warner Bros prepares cinema audiences for Dunkirk by taking them into the battle on land, sea and air in VR experience, Save Every Breath.
Release 2017.1 includes VR-specific NVIDIA VRWorks, as well as improvements for all storytellers and collaborators, with live analytics and rendering boosts.
Ex-ARM management and former Sony Guerrilla Cambridge staff seek investment and new talent for Virtual Arts.
Don’t develop for VR to get rich; How to survive the VR desert; Multi-touch displays anywhere; Google Lens and AI; First VR smartphone; AR firefighting; Ubisoft and AR; Sonic The Hedgehog AR!
Our first look at the six start-ups selected for new VR/AR incubator program.
The Hills Have Eyes director teams up with Freddy Krueger actor for new VR horror anthology series.
British developers, Immerse, support rugby’s Lions with a VR training app for team sponsors, EY.
Robert Bogucki recounts the journey of creating an award-nominated data-rich VR artefact borne out of a passion for graphics and data, and reflects on what it means to do VR technology justice.
From The Matrix and Fast and the Furious to Nike, Neymar Jr and the NBA, Aruna Inversin explains his love of VFX, how VR technology is catching up with creatives and why AR is really taking off.
More developers are creating for high end VR/AR platforms, Vive leads the way to medium and long-term profitability.
British developer and publisher targets rapid growth with two senior appointments and a move into the arcade sector.
See you in seven days...