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.
Just when we thought we were done with VR hardware from the main players, along comes Microsoft and broadsides us with its licensed VR HMDs with inside-out tracking... for $299!
Today’s Microsoft event from NYC showed us a new, more affordable route into high end VR for the masses.
Our industry panel of VR experts tackles the perception that VR is often seen as an antisocial pastime.
Internet outraged as UK high street games retailer charges customers for PS VR demos.
Increased demand for SteamVR tracking tech courses prompts Valve to open more places this year.
World’s first in-room VR experience service launches next week in China, nationwide rollout to follow.
The first standalone Virtual Reality Developers Conference is happening next month, so here are some of the sessions worth checking out.
China continues to lead in making Virtual Reality available to growing consumer base; international market to follow.
Worlds’ first visualisation of road traffic collision used to bring ongoing case to a close.
World of Warships launches its first VR video experience with HMS Belfast.
Rock band Avenged Sevenfold to deliver first-of-a-kind VR experience tonight.
Ben Smith, CEO at Laduma, explains the difficulties in delivering sports coverage in VR to an audience that is already enthusiastic.
InContext Solutions pledges to aggressively develop its VR platform, cut costs, boost speed and revenue.
See you in seven days...