Sony filed a patent for an interesting new VR headset that seems worthy of being called the PSVR 2.
Nvidia announced RTX Broadcast Engine, a suite of SDKs meant to help streamers with RTX graphics cards improve their production quality.
Facebook agreed to buy CTRL-labs, a New York startup working on mind reading technology that allows people to control computer interfaces with their thoughts.
Apple's new AR patent offers a way to fight the convergence-accommodation conflict, where your brain perceives objects to be closer than they really are.
Focals, new smart glasses from North, act and look like prescription glasses and have an AR display only the wearer can see, with apps like Alexa and Uber.
Nreal Light MR glasses will be able to tether to a PC, pointing to greater computing power and battery life and potential for advanced enterprise-grade apps.
Lenovo is bringing new Universal Controllers to its Mirage AR headset. They're debuting alongside a new Avengers AR game, Marvel Dimension of Heroes.
Lego’s Hidden Side sets pair an impressive augmented reality experience with an addictive gaming experience and fun builds.
Apple has filed a patent for a new mixed reality (MR) headset that could be different from other products on the market.
IDC said that shipments of VR and AR headsets rose 27.2% year-over-year in the first quarter of 2019.
Each Hot Wheels id car is equipped with an NFC tag. It tracks car data like miles driven and sends it to a companion app, where kids can also play games.
Nreal announced that it's releasing the Nreal Light Consumer Kit "later this year" and rolling out the Nreal Light Developer Kit starting in September 2019.
Microsoft and Mojang celebrated Minecraft’s 10th anniversary with Minecraft Earth, a mobile AR game that lets players build on top of real-world surroundings.
The Geio robot has its own companion app boasting many games, including ones with object recognition for power-ups and a camera for first-person shooter views.
Streamlabs and Twitch partnered up to make augmented reality Face Masks easier for streamers to implement and viewers to activate.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said Apple plans to start mass production on its augmented reality glasses between the last quarter of 2019 and the second quarter of 2020.
The USPTO has granted Apple a patent related to a "method for representing points of interest in a view of a real environment on a mobile device."
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