Every week, we share nine VR stories from around the web that caught our eyes here at TheVirtualReport.biz:
Forbes was ‘amazed’ by its early peek at the social VR, with Sansar VP Bjorn Laurin, and Jason Gholston, Product Director.
Developer, Packet39, shares his first impressions of Acer’s WMR hardware.
Head of Rift, Nate Mitchell, shares his ambition to make the Oculus ecosystem the “epicenter” of VR on PC and its involvement with OpenXR.
A look at the recent boom in AR demos with ARKit and an understandable explanation of how and why it works.
CEO Andrew Wilson says VR is an “unbelievable innovation” but it will take, “A couple of years before it is a mass market opportunity”.
Head of Rift, Nate Mitchell, says, “We see this first generation Rift having long legs, long lifespan”, content planned throughout 2018 and 2019.
BBC News interviews Wingnut AR’s Creative Director, Alasdair Coull.
Entrepreneur finds consumer VR ‘little more than a toy but commercial applications are quietly reshaping business’.
Three experiments from the University of Sussex’s Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science show how virtual reality can help us understand human consciousness.