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.
Apple advances towards ambitious plans to release Augmented Reality headset set by 2020 with hardware company acquisition.
California's BeBop Sensors announce a new smart fabric sensor peripheral for AR/VR experiences, featuring fast gesture recognition and responses.
Resolution Games’ bestseller goes multiplayer for social media exclusive.
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Here Be Dragons’ Ed Robles explores episodic content in VR as a platform for bold and inventive storytelling.
Zynga CEO, Frank Gibeau, on adding Augmented Reality to CSR Racing 2 and why creative integrity is crucial to avoid being accused of gimmicks.
With massive discounts on VR and AR hardware and software being announced, if you need to pick up kit, now’s the time to do it. Here’s how. [Now with added Steam Store goodness!]
Virtual Reality is already as popular as consoles for game development, new survey reveals.
Nine XR stories from around the web that caught our eyes: AR HMDs; WebVR; Star Wars; Yale teens; Finnish industry report; Apple campus AR tour; Education; Smell-o-VR.
Your Monday morning briefing of the six most read recent stories: Standalone VR; Olympus enterprise AR; Vive construction; Paramount VR cinema; Create XR without coding; Funding.
GridRaster plans to use venture capital investment to optimise its low latency cloud computing solution for XR.
Limina sets out to get artistic VR to the wider public with a VR-only arts festival.
See you in seven days...