In addition to Dell's new Precision workstations, the company also announced three new displays capable of supporting 99.5-100 percent Adobe RGB.
A new VR demo from Epic Games showed off the use of gunplay in the VR space, thanks to the Oculus Touch controllers.
Those who want to build their own version of Google's Cardboard 2 can now download the updated specs for free.
The HTC Vive VR experience arrived in Seattle for PAX Prime, showing off new demos as well as a wireless version of its controllers.
Cloudhead Games was at PAX Prime to show off a demo of its episodic game, "The Gallery," which incorporates the development team's Blink technology.
Nixeus's new NX-VUE24 FreeSync-compatible display is designed for gamers looking for a fast refresh rate.
Nvidia's Gameworks VR software is out of alpha and into its beta stages, providing two SDKs aimed at game developers and headset engineers.
Vuzix Corporation has announced the availability of prescription capable safety glasses, made by Rochester Optical, which are designed for use with the Vuzix M100 heads-up display.
VESA's new standard allows the projectors in multi-unit installations to share calibration settings, picture modifications and alignment specs by using a common data format.
Available in Europe since late 2014, Philips' much talked about 40-inch Ultra HD BDM4065UC has finally come to the U.S. for gamers and enthusiasts to drool over.
Asus announced an updated version of its 32-inch 4K ProArt monitor, which now has 100 percent Adobe RGB color.