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.
3K VR headset to release this quarter with built-in audio and new strap.
New standalone Oculus Go headset to be manufactured by Xiaomi, with China-only variant.
The mobile VR headset that can read your mind...
Chinese tech co developing a universal wireless VR module offering a plug-and-play solution to HMD OEMs, starting with Windows Mixed Reality.
The first truly wearable pair of lightweight Augmented Reality smart glasses for consumers and enterprise.
The world’s first fully automated cable resistance machine that integrates Virtual Reality and eSports with Vive.
VRIF encourages VR professionals to work together to protect content, enable monetisation and create powerful experiences for users.
SLAM-based solution to accelerate Augmented Reality adoption for low-end processors, sensors and cameras.
100-degree mobile Augmented Reality Glasses supported by multi-platform AR creation tool.
First-ever live Virtual Reality broadcast of the Olympic Winter Games is also the largest scale immersive media event to date.
LA-based facility boasts the world’s largest volumetric video stage; designed for the next generation of immersive media.
Meet the new small form-factor PC that's been introduced as the ‘Intel VR Machine’.
Humaneyes adds functionality to its range of Virtual Reality cameras.
2018 looks like being the year of wireless Virtual Reality, as demonstrated by this racket ball head-to-head game.
Innovative controllers slot together for various Virtual Reality scenarios, demonstrated with new game, Colony Defense.
Chinese tech co aims Augmented Reality squarely at the consumer, fires shots at HoloLens and Magic Leap.
The Mirage Solo Virtual Reality headset will be joined by a 180-degree camera by the middle of the year.
HTC upgrades its native VR video player with additional curated content.
Online software store enables VR Previews in a new ‘Virtual Reality-first approach’.
HTC shows 60Ghz Virtual Reality add-on utilising Intel’s WiGig technology.
Dr Adrian Leu, INITION's CEO, takes a quick look into his crystal ball to see what’s in store for VR, AR and MR in 2018.
Your Monday morning briefing of the six most read recent VR, AR and MR stories.
- Patrick O’Luanaigh, nDreams
- Brynley Gibson, Kuju
- Adam Robaszyński-Janiec, The House of Fables
- Sami Hamid, Glitch Studios
- Marcus Pullen, Blue Donut Studios
- Sam Gage, The Third Floor
Capital to develop mobile and arcade Virtual Reality games based on licensed IP.
See you in seven days...