How are you supposed to make people feel like they're moving in a virtual world even if they're really just standing around?
The singularity still seems to be a long ways off (until we crack Moore’s Law), but at Google I/O, we got a glimpse of our future robot overlords from Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
Google is expanding its Daydream VR platform at the same time that it’s looking to both improve the quality of VR content and make developing great experiences easier.
What’s Tango doing on those new VR headsets? Put differently, what isn’t Tango doing on them, and why?
Untethered VR is one of the next holy grails in the VR industry. And HTC is about to beat Oculus to the punch.
Google revealed that the next stage of the Daydream VR platform requires no smartphone at all; instead, using Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 VR platform, Daydream VR will come to standalone HMDs.
Questions still remain about how the company plans to prevent attacks similar to the one that happened earlier this week, which compromised roughly 1 million Google accounts, from reoccurring.
HTC said in today's announcement that Tilt Brush will also be available as part of the Viveport Subscription.
The attacker had almost total access to the accounts, which meant they could "read, send, delete, and manage your email" and "manage your contacts" without alerting Google's security features.
It's easier to con someone than to take whatever you want from them with brute force, and that's why someone was able to bilk roughly $100 million from Google and Facebook via email fraud.
Google used simple language and basic concepts to explain how it tries to protect its users while they browse the web.
The Detroit Institute of Arts is using Google's Project Tango for augmented reality (AR) features at some of its exhibits.
Google announced that it started using its breakthrough Neural Machine Translation system that can achieve near-human levels of accuracy.