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.
CES may have only just closed its doors, but it’s already time for the next VR event – the first ever VR Connects London opens on Monday! Check out our Speaker Profiles of some of the most exciting and interesting professionals working in VR today who will be appearing at the event.
We’ll be there – will you?
HTC is working with Intel on a WiGig powered wireless VR product.
Computer vision company Eonite has announced its Eonite Vantage Head Tracker software.
HTC partners with VRScout and Team SoloMid for the first major Vive livestream on Sunday, 15th January at 1pm Pacific time.
The lawsuit filed by ZeniMax against Oculus VR in 2014 initiates Texas court trial.
Sarah Blackburn, Director at GameOn Marketing, calls for caution on overly optimistic forecasts for VR casinos.
After a mixed year, mobile looks set to drive a $108 billion VR/AR market by 2021.
Our industry panel of VR experts assesses the state of VR as it was represented at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
- Juergen Funk, highlewelt GmbH
- Faviana Vangelius, SVRVIVE Studios
- Simon Harris, Supermassive Games
- Solomon Rogers, REWIND
- Glenn Gillis, Sea Monster Entertainment
- Bradley McManus, AM Marketing
- Aki Järvinen, Game Futures
- Simon Barratt, Barog Game Labs
See you in seven days...