The recent release of Oculus’ new standalone VR HMD, named Go, marks a watershed moment for adoption of XR technology. The consensus among journalists and reviewers maintains Go is nothing to write home about in terms of graphical quality or immersion. This is mostly due to the absence of both a high-end LED-based display and 6DoF tracking. However, this conservative … Read More
HTC has revealed their next VR device will hit the mobile market by the end of 2017 and be compatible with the company’s new U Ultra smartphone. As a follow-up to the HTC Vive, their new product will emphasize the relationship of mobility in VR to reach the mass market. HTC’s CFO Chia-lin Chang said the new mobile headset would … Read More
Best Buy pulled back on availability of Oculus Rift demos in stores this month. The consumer electronics giant has stopped Rift demos in 200 out of the 500 locations. Oculus spokeswoman Andrea Schubert confirmed demo closures, citing “seasonal changes,” but store associates have said there has been little demand for the demos and minimal sales of the VR headset. Oculus … Read More
Oculus has released Oculus Rooms and Oculus Parties with the newest Gear VR update of Oculus Home. The newest features are the first social integrations coming from the Oculus/Facebook team. Oculus Parties will be familiar for console gamers. The newest social feature is a platform for users to host group calls while using the headset. This is similar to Xbox … Read More
Will the New York Times hold the lead in journalistic virtual reality? What is the latest industry merger and acquisition activity this month? What is happening with the Oculus Rift shipments? These are a few questions we answer in the Greenlight Report newsletter. Click the image below to read the full issue.
What type of content are consumers looking for? What does virtual reality analytics and virtual reality intelligence technologies mean for other upcoming technologies? These are a few questions we answer in the Greenlight Report newsletter. Click the image below to read the full issue.