News and Articles About Virtual Reality
Ari Meisel and Nick Sonnenberg were already experts in the industry when they launched their virtual assistant company.
Certain inventions spawn generations of successive employment for people doing jobs that no one has ever done before. VR may be one.
Look for a more automated process for investors, brokers and property managers.
When perfected they'll let you draw, type, and see your hands and fingers moving in VR.
You'll still be able to buy the VR headset at Best Buy, but many stores will no longer offer demos.
Change isn't going to appeal to everyone, but it's still inevitable. Here are four technology trends that will define 2017.
A growing movement called toys-to-life is the likely vehicle for bridging the toy-gaming divide.
The spat dates back to 2014 when ZeniMax sued the virtual reality firm for misappropriating trade secrets.
It's the first time a VR film, as well as Google, has been nominated.
Is there really any doubt it's the Next Big Thing?
With investments pouring in, retailers should consider how AR might be used for more than games. In fact, AR could up-end and upgrade the shopping experience as we know it.
A slew of new initiatives from HTC is designed to rapidly grow the virtual reality market.
Smartphones, ubiquitous and powerfully versatile, are what makes all the other technical wizardry at CES possible.
HTC Vive's head of content acquisition, who will be speaking at CES, shares her predictions for the immediate future in the growing space.