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.
Microsoft may have surprised us by revealing its VR headsets at the Windows 10 event last week, but they released no information about the hardware specs. Have they made compromises to reach the $299 price point? We’ll find out next month at two events in China and Taiwan...
Not long to wait until we learn more information about Microsoft’s VR headsets, with two events announced for December.
Google will launch its Daydream compatible HMD on November 10th.
Here are all the VR experiences Daydream View Buyers can get into following the launch.
Ariel Shimoni, Director of VR at StartApp.com, explores the options for monetising VR content, what we can learn from mobile and the takeaway facts from existing campaigns.
VR is still fresh, new and exciting. As such, there's more than a lot to learn from those around you.
With sectors including hardware and software, holographics, artificial intelligence, gaming and real estate, the UK’s VR and AR sector is strong.
From usability to scalability, Growth Enabler lists the 10 things every company working in the VR and AR sectors should be thinking about.
HTC has opened a 3,500 square feet VR theme park in Taiwan.
Google Daydream, Brandwidth, Wargaming VR, Virtual Beings, Draw & Code, and AMD confirmed for VR Connects London 2017.
President of Nintendo Co doesn’t rule out VR for new Switch console.
HTC develops non-gaming VR functionality and releases the world's first Augmented-VR reading experience.
Zhou Jinyu, Founder of Viking VR, explains the VR industry’s shift from hardware to software in China.
Psytec Games released Windlands on PS VR last week, so we caught up with Director & Producer Jon Hibbins to find out how the indie dev’s game made the transition from PC to console.
New report details funding and revenue within the UK’s VR and AR sector.
Mixed Reality market growth to be driven by entertainment, automobile and aerospace design, ecommerce and retail sectors.
Oculus recruitment drive demonstrates interest in Augmented Reality and non-gaming content.
See you in seven days...