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A pioneer in virtual-reality filmmaking.
Its success will depend mostly on the kind of content that developers create.
If you’re one of the few people with access to an Oculus Rift headset, you can now broadcast live from VR as an avatar on Facebook.
Facebook hopes that it can finally sell the thing if it undercuts its cheapest rival.
A prototype device uses a small projector, a depth sensor, and a computer to project multi-touch displays onto any surface.
Social VR has incredible potential. Anonymity has a chance to get in the way of that.
Varjo’s prototype of a VR headset shows much clearer images in the center of the display, a much-needed advancement that could help consumer adoption.
VR can be the basis of a new communications industry if the technology becomes less insular and isolating.
With a selfie and some audio, a startup called Oben says, it can make you an avatar that can say—or sing—anything.
It’s launching a high-end wireless headset and new software improvements that might finally make you want to try virtual reality.