Google dropped Daydream VR support from the Pixel 4 smartphone and removed the Daydream View headset from its online store.
Oculus VR unveiled a wave of new features coming to the Oculus Quest—including hand tracking—expected to release by early 2020.
HTC Vive Cosmos will be the first of the family to not require base stations. It's currently available for pre-order for $699.
Strategy Analytics said that Sony's lead on the VR market increased as low-end products from Google and Samsung became less popular.
Tobii's benchmarks show that its Spotlight Technology eye tracking reduces GPU load for VR headsets, helping to increase efficiency and maintain frame rates.
IDC said that shipments of VR and AR headsets rose 27.2% year-over-year in the first quarter of 2019.
At CES 2019, HTC Vive has announced an upcoming lightweight VR headset, the HTC Vive Cosmos, and an enterprise VR HMD, the HTC Hive Pro Eye.
I tried out a beta version of the feature myself playing MLB Home Run Derby VR. It’s still in development and thus was a little wonky, but I can’t deny its cool factor.
Shifting away from a consumer focus, HP’s latest VR backpack gets souped up internals and a push toward arcades and theme parks.
Arm announced the new Mali-D77 display processor for VR headsets. It claims it can support up to 3K resolution at
AMC and Survios today announced "The Walking Dead: Onslaught," which is billed as the first VR experience based on "The Walking Dead" TV show.
An update to Microsoft Teams that works with HoloLens 2 will put virtual workers in each other's offices.
Microsoft unveiled a prototype for the Touch Rigid Controller (TORC), a VR controller that uses haptic feedback to mimic the feel of 3D objects.
HTC partnered with Intel and AMD to figure out why the Vive Wireless Adapter has caused blue screen of death (BSOD) and other freezing issues with Ryzen CPUs.
Pimax plans to offer two versions of its next-gen VR controllers, dubbed Sword and Sword Sense. They plan to release them in the second half of 2019.
This summer, gamers will be able to download Firefox Reality, Mozilla’s browser for VR and augmented reality (AR), from SteamVR.
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