In which we recap the highlights from our time at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2017.
Today at GDC, Microsoft announced that an Acer-made HMD dev kit that bears the ungainly title of Acer Windows 10 Mixed Reality Development Edition is nigh.
They call it the Blackbird. It looks like a dune buggy with a fancy camera rig on top, and in truth, that’s kind of what it is, but that’s not what it’s for.
OpenXR, along with the Vulkan API, WebGL, and glTF, are meant to help VR and AR game developers support more hardware platforms with less hassle.
Microsoft announced that it’s partnering with a medical technology company called Stryker to use HoloLens to design better operating rooms.
Magic Leap, the secretive MR startup with a sky-high valuation, is acquiring 3D scanning software company Dacuda. Or at least, parts of it.
Barra, who previously worked at Google and Xiaomi, will lead Facebook's virtual reality (VR) work following Palmer Luckey's PR disaster and Brendan Iribe's resignation.
Still don't believe 2016 was the year augmented reality (AR) went mainstream? A new report from the App Annie mobile analytics firm says otherwise, thanks to "Pokémon Go."
Osterhout Design Group (ODG) revealed its eighth and ninth generation AR glasses during CES 2017. For the first time, ODG has a consumer facing product to show, and it’s kind of a big deal.
Lenovo had a non-working prototype of its merged reality VR HMD on display at CES. Here's what we know and don't know about the device so far.