YouTube VR

YouTube debuts 360-video app on Steam VR

There's a lot of VR content out there, but much of it is for one platform or another -- what works on Gear VR may not on Daydream, the HTC ...
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dangers of virtual reality

Potential dangers of virtual reality

Over a million VR headseats were shipped in 2017, and statistics show that number is expected to rise in 2018 as more products become available, CBS affiliate WTVF reports. Virtual ...
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handles

Samsung vs. Acer Mixed Reality headsets: Which handles VR best?

The big VR story this year isn't another headset from Oculus or HTC -- it's Microsoft's entry into the space with Windows 10 Mixed Reality devices. They promise to be ...
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Ultrahaptics

Watch Ultrahaptics use ultrasound to let you feel imaginary objects

Ultrahaptics lets you touch what you see in virtual and augmented reality, or even give a 2D poster 3D feeling. It uses small speaker-like ultrasound wave emitters to give the ...
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ZED

The ZED mini camera brings an AR twist to your VR headset

By themselves, the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift create self-contained, fully digital virtual reality spaces, but the new ZED mini attachment adds an augmented reality twist. It sits on ...
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Sony Playstation VR

Sony will let you try out PlayStation VR at home

Don’t like it? Send it back. Or keep it for $299.99 One of the biggest barriers to consumer adoption of virtual reality is getting the tech in people’s hands — ...
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HoloLens

Introducing mixed reality

Mixed reality combines VR, AR and AI to blend the digital world with the physical. Mixed-Reality (MR) is a new computing platform that‘s emerging from the current fields of Augmented- ...
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zero latency

VR free-roaming gameplay from Zero Latency is tons of fun

You can explore a virtual gravity-defying world, or you can shoot zombies and blast killer robots if that's more to your liking. If there's one thing holding VR back today, ...
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Huawei

Huawei’s Daydream VR headset might be one step closer to reality

Remember when it was Google, not Huawei, that unofficially unveiled the latter’s virtual reality headset? If you don’t, no one can blame you — that was way back in January ...
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