Oculus has announced a new VR headset at its Connect developer conference in San Jose, California. Dubbed as Oculus Go, it is the first standalone wireless VR headset from Facebook owned Oculus. This essentially means, all-in-one standalone VR headset that doesn’t require a smartphone.
Continue reading “Oculus introduces Oculus Go standalone VR headset for $199”
Google has announced new Daydream View VR headset at the event. It can be paired with Pixel 2 or another Daydream-ready phones. The new Daydream View has high-performance lenses, which result in better image clarity and a wider field of view. Continue reading “Google announces new Daydream View VR headset for $99”
Sony has announced a new updated PlayStation VR headset. The headset sports a design similar to the previous model but come with additional improvements. Continue reading “Sony announces new PlayStation VR headset”
Samsung is getting ready to foray into the Windows Mixed Reality space. The company is reportedly working on its own Windows Mixed Reality headset. Twitter user WalkingCat has shared images of the headset that gives a clear look at the design. Continue reading “Samsung Windows Mixed Reality headset surfaces in renders”
HTC at the ChinaJoy 2017 announced its first Vive Standalone VR headset for the China market. It will be a premium headset and promises outstanding standalone VR experience and doesn’t require PC to use it, unlike the HTC VIVE headset that was launched recently. HTC says that it will be simple, light-weight and portable.
Continue reading “HTC Vive Standalone VR headset powered by Snapdragon 835 coming later this year”
Facebook-owned Oculus is planning to release a cheaper VR headset that in 2018, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The standalone VR headset that will not require a dedicated PC to function is expected to cost $200. Continue reading “Oculus is tipped to announce $200 standalone VR headset for 2018”
Warner Bros. Pictures, in partnership with Microsoft, Intel and Dell, last week released Save Every Breath: The Dunkirk VR Experience 360-degree short film across multiple virtual reality platform ahead of the release of the movie on on July 21, 2017. Today Google in collaboration with Warner Bros, the Google Chrome VR team, Jam3, and Google Zoo released Dunkirk WebVR game for Chrome. You can play with a friend or with players around the world to experience the battle as either of two soldiers, both trying to survive. Continue reading “Dunkirk WebVR game for Chrome, VR experience for major VR platforms, YouTube 360 released”
Sony Pictures Virtual Reality has announced Spider-Man: Homecoming VR, multi-platform promotional VR experience. “Guided by the helpful artificial intelligence unit built into the new Spider-Man suit, Spider-Man: Homecoming VR offers players the chance to suit up as Spider-Man, hone their web-shooting skills, and sling high above New York City in pursuit of the Vulture,” said the company. Continue reading “Spider-Man: Homecoming VR experience coming to major VR platforms on June 30”
Google is expected to show off a new VR headset at the I/O conference today, according to a latest report from the Variety. The next generation VR headset will be standalone device which means it will not require a phone or a PC to run VR games and experiences, said the report. Continue reading “Google expected to unveil new standalone VR headset at I/O 2017”
Microsoft has announced pre-order for Acer and HP Windows Mixed Reality Dev Kits at the ongoing Build 2017 conference. The virtual reality headsets from HP and Acer can be found in the Microsoft Store. Continue reading “Acer and HP Windows Mixed Reality Dev Kits are now up for preorder”
Google has acquired Owlchemy Labs, the developer behind a number of acclaimed PC and console VR games like Job Simulator and Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed. Continue reading “Google acquires Owlchemy Labs VR game studio”
Samsung announced its first Gear VR headset with controller powered by Oculus at its Mobile World Congress press conference in Barcelona. Today, at its Galaxy S8 unpacked event, the company has announced the pricing and the availability details of the product.
The new Samsung Gear VR will be available from April 21st and the device will cost you $129 in the United States. If you already own a Gear VR then you can get the controller separately for $39. Continue reading “Samsung’s new Gear VR and controller will go on sale on April 21, priced at $129”
Samsung has announced its first Gear VR headset with controller powered by Oculus at its Mobile World Congress press conference in Barcelona. It’s safe to assume that the new virtual reality product will not only make it easier to consume VR content but will also expand the ecosystem.
The new Gear VR controller features an ergonomic, curved design, which offers one-hand control and users can have better interaction. Continue reading “Samsung announces new Gear VR with Controller”
Samsung could include a dedicated controller with its next generation Gear VR. Popular tipster and editor at WinFuture, Roland Quandt says that Samsung is currently working on the SM-R234 Gear VR headset that will feature a new front cover to house the Galaxy S8.
Continue reading “Samsung’s next Gear VR might come with a controller”
HTC is working on a mobile VR headset that will be launched by the end of this year, according to HTC CFO Chia-lin Chang who told Cnet. The mobile VR headset will be compatible with company’s new top-end smartphone, the U Ultra. Continue reading “HTC said to be launching mobile VR headset in 2017”