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.
Mass market standalone headset, Vive Focus, unveiled at Beijing Developer Conference.
HTC’s Beijing event hosted a raft of reveals and announcements, from new hardware to software and awards.
Hollywood brings the big screen into your home with virtual movie theatre and Top Gun 3D.
Media Tech Hub will support start-ups working in VR, AR and MR, applications open next week.
German XR event returns to celebrate achievements in VR, AR and MR with five awards.
Next generation RideVR to join VR Coaster’s VR hardware in more than 40 theme parks worldwide.
Help choose the winners by voting on the shortlist for December’s LA event.
Camera manufacturer joins the reimagined Google Glass and aims its AR tech at enterprise.
ILMxLAB and Lucasfilm partner with Nissan for retail based Vive and Gear VR experience.
HTC obviously thinks its customers are mugs, launches longer contracts with no increase in access as consumers stand to save a whopping 30p a month.
Awards return to recognise the work of VR and AR developers around the world.
Viveport to integrate with Unity, including in-app payments and advertising.
Vive Wave to enable developers to easily publish across multiple platforms.
HTC and Google confirms new Vive Focus hardware for Asia territory only, Lenovo Daydream hardware on track.
Immersive Suite in open beta, aims to be the Wordpress of VR and AR.
As investment in VR slows down, what advice did this industry panel have for indie devs at the London event?
Nine XR stories from around the web that caught our eyes: Apple ARKit; What’s wrong with VR?; Age ratings; The Metaverse; Real estate; Architecture; Education; Mental health therapy.
Your Monday morning briefing of the six most read recent stories in XR.
The world’s biggest games publisher acquires high profile studio that recently announced its first VR project. So long Respawn, we hardly knew you...
HTC partners with leading infrastructure firm, AECOM, to further develop VR’s applications in architecture, engineering and construction.
Save up to $450 on the hottest tickets in XR - book by midnight!
Golden opportunity for western independent mobile game developers to meet asian investors, publishers and audience at South Korea’s leading games show, G-STAR.
See you in seven days...