The virtual reality playing field is spreading out to fill all niches, and HTC is helping speed that along by getting its open source platform Vive Wave out to third party companies. Chinese manufacturer Shadow Creator is the latest to jump on board, unveiling the Shadow VR standalone headset.The Shadow
With AR and VR companies racing to build the ultimate headset that can truly embrace mixed reality, a Finnish startup, Varjo, just made waves with their near to human eye resolution VR headset - The “Bionic Display”.
Creating a name for itself among the tech giants
Many innovations have come to wearable
VR, or virtual reality, has all but become a buzzword in the homes of millions since the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive PC headsets landed in 2016. If these headsets haven’t sold but a fraction of, say, the PS4 or even Xbox One consoles in the same time frame, how
VR is doing a great job of taking over this year thanks to the release of the Oculus Go, price drops on other solutions like the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive, an increase in popularity surrounding the Playstation VR, and of course movies and other media like Ready Player
When Sony launched the PlayStation VR, or PSVR, in late 2016, the headset seemed to have a shot at bringing virtual reality to mainstream gamers. The company enjoyed a large customer base with the PS4, the most popular current-gen gaming console, and the PSVR was cheaper than other high-end VR
Samsung has been in the virtual reality (VR) game for some time now thanks to its partnership with Oculus for the Samsung Gear VR headset, but it looks like the tech giant could be preparing to launch a new wireless headset that uses both augmented reality (AR) and VR technology.The
The Mirage Solo from Lenovo is the first virtual reality headset that has actually gotten me excited in a long time.The Mirage Solo is a $399.99 standalone VR headset — which means it requires no computer or phone to play — that offers full head tracking, a big step up
Apple is working on a standalone wireless headset capable of both augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), using Apple's very own chips -- so no need to plug into a traditional PC or phone.
Well, it looks like Samsung may have a similar idea brewing in its labs: Samsung is
The Vive Pro certainly impressed us when we got our hands on HTC’s new top-tier VR headset, but there was one thing that a lot of people wished it had expanded upon: The field of view. Fortunately, Oculus seems to have read everyone’s minds and has been working away at
VR and mobile seem to go hand-in-hand in 2018, with the likes of Samsung's Gear VR and Google's DayDream now available for Android users - but what about those us with iPhones? Sure, there are third-party mobile viewers that provide a basic VR experience, but it's nothing compared to what
Oculus Gо, thе cоmpany’s upcоming standalоnе VR hеadsеt, may alrеady bе waiting in thе wings at Amazоn distributiоn cеntеrs—thеy’rе cеrtainly alrеady оn Bеst Buy shеlvеs, as bоth rеtailеrs arе gеaring up fоr what appеars tо bе an imminеnt launch.Thе $199 standalоnе hеadsеt, which dоеsn’t rеquirе a sеparatе phоnе оr cоmputеr
Xiaomi's Mi VR Play 2 looks exactly the same as the Google Daydream headset — and that's probably by design. Save for the color of the headset's fabric, a lack of remote control, (and the $29 price difference) the two headsets easily look like cousins. But once you put on