Microsoft Revealed New VR Headset Designs at Computex

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Microsoft had promised us all affordable Windows Mixed Reality headsets, and today we took the first look at the new headset designs from Dell and ASUS, revealed at this year’s Computex in Taipei, Taiwan. The device from ASUS is a lightweight MR headset with a polygonal 3D cover panel, easily adjustable head strap, and most importantly – a 6DOF (six degrees of freedom) tracked motion controller. Information about Dell’s new…

Link Is HTC’s New VR Headset

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HTC unveiled Link – the company’s new VR headset, which is not a part of the Vive brand, and for now is exclusive to Japan only, but should be available on the EU/US market as well in the future. The headset is designed to be used with HTC’s latest smartphone, the U11. However, the headset has its own display (actually – 3.6 inch 1080 x 1200 LCD panels with a…

You Want VR to Be Your Home? Valve Is Working On It.

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Valve launched the Beta for its SteamVR Home, and we’re not sure we want to leave it anymore. Why? Well, can you customize the environment in your living room depending on your mood that day? Does your living room have integrated social futures and a Steam interface? We’ll take a wild guess and say “No”. Environments can now be higher resolution and support animation, sound, games, and interactivity. Players can…

Roomscale for Oculus Is Getting Closer

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Why have we always been saying that HTC Vive prvodes the most immersive VR experience on the market? You guessed right – mostly because it has roomscale. The ability to transfer your physical movements in the virtual space is amazing and it was about time to hear more about Oculus’ roomscale plans. We’ve been hearing for a while about the 360 degree configuration for Oculus but it was just in…