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CES 2018: The 5 Biggest VR Tech Updates

We’re recovering today from the mad dash that was CES 2018 in Las Vegas. We weren’t able to see everything running back and forth between the Las Vegas...

CES 2018: Hands-On With The 6DOF Standalone Pico Neo Headset

Companies like Facebook’s Oculus, HTC, and Sony pioneered the realm of powerful consumer-facing VR in 2016 with the launches of the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PlayStation VR...

CES 2018: Hands-On With The Ultrawide Pimax 8K VR Headset

Other than the move towards wireless VR and an obsession with developing groundbreaking new haptic technologies, the biggest trend at CES this year for virtual reality was a...

CES 2018: Contact CI’s Maestro VR Haptic Glove Let Me Actually Feel Virtual Objects

Everyone does it the first time they try VR. It doesn’t matter if it’s a static 360 image, a passive 360 video, an immersive VR experience, or a...

CES 2018: Lenovo’s Mirage Solo Standalone Daydream Headset Starts Under $400

Google and Lenovo revealed the first standalone VR headset to utilize the former’s Daydream platform, the Lenovo Mirage Solo. The all-in-one package doesn’t require a mobile phone or...

CES 2018: Hands-On With The New TPCast Plus Wireless Adapter

Wireless VR is a major theme of CES 2018. In addition to Vive’s official Wireless Adapter, which was announced yesterday afternoon (hands-on impressions of that device here) along...

CES 2018: Tactical Haptics Shows New Reconfigurable Controllers

For several years Tactical Haptics has been showing different concepts for controllers that offer a sense of touch for your hands while wearing a VR headset, and the...

2018 Is The Year Virtual Reality Goes Wireless

There was lots of promise earlier this year that we would have a bevy of wireless VR attachments and accessories, but by the looks of it, all we’ve got...

Oculus Seeks Patent For Convertible HMD Powered By Phone Or PC

A patent published today but filed in 2016 shows an Oculus concept for a convertible head-mounted display that can be powered by either a PC or phone. The patent...

Antilatency Gets $1 Million More For Positional Tracking Tech

Startup Antilatency, which raised $2.1 million earlier this year for its positional tracking technology, received an additional $1 million from the Russia-based Skolkovo Foundation. The money will be used...
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Starting this Friday, January 19th, the PC closed beta for Survios’ Sprint Vector will officially happen and lasts until January, 28th. Sprint Vector sort...

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