HTC Vive will launch a new piece of VR hardware at its online product event, VIVECON, on May 11-12. Based on reporting from media outlets, it is likely the company is teasing an upgrade/refresh to the Vive Focus Plus and Vive Pro; HTC released the first headset in April 2019, and unofficially discontinued and replaced the second with the Vive … Read More
After official confirmation of the validity of several leaks published this week, Valve has announced its intent to release its new VR HMD, called Valve Index, to the public on June 15. In addition to the device’s name and certain physical features like a manual IPD adjustment switch, which an earlier teaser revealed, other key features including a 90Hz refresh … Read More
The landscape of consumer electronics is in constant flux. In the past, Moore’s Law has all but assured a steady annual refresh of computers, phones, smart devices, and any other CPU-powered device, with new advancements like quantum computing poised to carry the landscape well beyond the eventual end of the transistor spacing race. However, comparatively rapid growth and expansion of … Read More
HTC Vive held a comfortable lead in active Steam users since its release in 2016 until Oculus Rift began closing the gap in January 2018. Now, the Oculus Rift head-mounted virtual reality display has surpassed the HTC Vive in market share among Steam users, according to Valve’s February Steam Hardware & Software Survey.
Google, HTC, Oculus, Samsung and other major headset manufacturers announced today a partnership to create the Global Virtual Reality Association. The goal of GVRA is to create standards and share best practices within the VR hardware industry. The announcement was not alone in the development of and call for standards. The Khronos Group announced a VR standards initiative backed by AMD, … Read More
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