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    Google, HTC and Lenovo are Developing an All-in-One Daydream VR Headset

    By Aaron on 0

    At Google I/O 2017, Google announced they will be working on a new all-in-one virtual reality headsets with partners HTC and Lenovo. The new device is a standalone gadget that does not require PC, console or smartphone and it’s completely wireless. This headset will be coming in late 2017 for an unspecified price.   This new all-in-one headset will have inside-out position tracking system named WorldSense, and it also supports 6 degrees-of-freedom so users can move freely instead of looking Read More »

    New All-in-one VR Headset – The Pico Goblin Will Be Showed At E3 2017

    By cuneese on 0

    Pico Interactive Inc. is set to shake up the world of VR head mounted displays (HMD) with the reveal of the Pico Goblin, Pico’s brand new all-in-one VR headset, at this year's E3 from June 13-15. All attendees who want to be the first in North America to check out this innovative and immersive product can visit Pico’s booth in the South Hall at booth #3033. Pico will also feature its flagship Pico Neo CV and select games at the expo. The Pico Goblin was created with the Read More »

    Koei Tecmo Is Making Dynasty Warriors VR for Their Own VR Sense Arcade

    By Fury116 on 0

    Koei Tecmo has just announced a "next-gen" VR arcade VR Sense, which offers not only virtual reality gaming experience but also allows you to get the feeling of touch, smell, and heat/cold, etc. VR Sense is a PlayStation VR machine at its core but it will support 3A IPs such as Dynasty Warriors in VR.   Dynasty Warriors in VR is still in development and what we know is very limited. According to Koei Tecmo, the game is about rescuing a princess captured by the enemy. It has many novel ideas Read More »

    Intel's All-in-One Merged Reality Headset Project Alloy Will Ship in Q4 2017

    By Wei on 0

    Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced at CES 2017 that their VR and AR hybrid all-in-one headset Project Alloy will start to ship in Q4 2017.   If you are not familiar with Project Alloy, it's a fierce rival to current VR headsets like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, and it doesn't need to connect to a phone or PC because it itself is a computer and it's completely wireless. It also provides VR and AR usage with one headset. With that you can immerse yourself in the VR content or project the images Read More »

    Hero Entertainment Talks Virtuix Omni Price, Strategy, and Games

    By Wei on 0

    Hero Entertainment acquired in July 2016, and now their VR division HeroVR is currently working on several VR projects including Crisis Action VR, a Counter Strike style FPS played on Virtuix Omni's VR gaming platform. We just sat down with Wang Kun, the development director of the company's Shanghai office for more details of Crisis Action VR and Virtuix Omni's gaming platform. Wang Kun Virtuix Omni can minimize the motion sickness Hero Entertainment believes that with a dedicated VR platform Read More »

    Surface Studio: Not Only Beautiful but Also Powerful Enough to Play VR Games

    By Fury116 on 0

    Microsoft's new all-in-one PC Surface Studio is incredibly thin (12.5mm LCD monitor) with amazing industrial design, top-notch technologies, and surely a high price. But we are going to talk about its powerful specs that make it capable of running all VR games with HTC Vive headset. At VRDC 2016 at San Francisco, Microsoft ran some HTC Vive games and even Gear of War 4 on the machine.     Powered by Intel's 6th generation processors, Surface Studio has an Nvidia GTX 980M GPU (GTX 965M for Read More »

    FOVE 0 Is the World's First Eye Tracking VR Headset Coming Early 2017 for $599

    By Blake Lau on 0

    FOVE 0 was first demoed at TGS 2016, and at VRDC 2016 currently held in San Francisco the developer showed the final version of this innovative VR headset and announced the price. Those who can't wait to put on this new headset can preorder FOVE 0 at the official site now. For those who are not quite familiar with eye tracking technology, read on to learn more.   FOVE 0 is the first VR headset to track the direction of a person’s gaze, changing focus on objects within a scene with a high Read More »

    Microsoft Announced a Less Expensive VR Headset

    By MMORPGmaster on 0

      The major virtual reality headsets such as HTC Vive and Oculus Rift currently available in the market are expensive, and they require a high-end PC to run with. Aiming at these issues, Microsoft intends to release a new and less expensive VR headsets that will be running on a new VR platform in the Windows 10 Creators Update. With the price starting at $300, the headsets will be made by HP, Dell, Lenovo, Acer and Asus. Report said that the Windows 10 update will be released in early 2017, and Read More »

    Nintendo Switch Takes Home Console Experience on the Road

    By jshieldsmith on 0

    After months and months of speculation, rumors can finally be put to rest as Nintendo dispelled the NX moniker and unveiled their new console, the Switch. As many predicted, the Switch takes the Wii U’s tablet controller a step further, allowing it to be played anywhere. While no hardware specs have been given yet, the console can be seen running what appears to be the new remastered version of Skyrim. This supports many of the rumors speculating that the console would be able to rival the power of Read More »

    Intel Joins the VR Headset War with Project Alloy, a Completely Wireless Device

    By cerberus on 0

    The party battle of VR headset formally gets a new and tough contestant. Intel announces its own virtual reality headset called Project Alloy at the developer conference in San Francisco today. The device packs everything—the processor, sensors, and controllers—into one cord-free headset. It's completely wireless, and it looks cool, and it remains a prototype, more or less.   Report says that it uses "two of Intel's RealSense cameras to continuously map your environment. It Read More »

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