We already knew 2016 would be a big year for VR — with news from Oculus, it begins.
The formal arrival of virtual reality as Oculus reveal final design of the Rift at a pre-E3 event together with new content, and next-gen controller system ‘Oculus Touch’.
Oculus announce that the Rift will come to commercial market in the first quarter of 2016.
New details on Project HoloLens from Microsoft’s Build conference. We take a look at new videos, features and information about the product setting Microsoft on course for re-defining personal computing (again).
With announcements this week of two new VR devices, we now have a timeframe for the commercial release of all the major VR devices. The good news – VR is coming far sooner than you might have realised.
A look at Microsoft’s Project HoloLens: a head-mounted holographic computer system that’s weighing in on a new generation of tech that’s sure to change the face of computing.
Oculus VR showcased their latest prototype last week and by all accounts it’s set the scene in a spectacular fashion for the advent of Oculus Rift into the commercial market – but this is just the beginning.