At Level Up 2016, DNA caught up with Mohd Hezri Amir Bin Abdul Latiff, MD, Hezmedia Interactive. His company is heavily involved in developing VR applications and arcade VR games.
Microsoft's announcement of cheaper and more versatile VR devices is a clear shot across the bows of Sony and Facebook, writes Ajith Ram.
CPU giant Intel is getting into VR and will compete against Facebook's Oculus Rift and HTC's Vive. Intel's Brian Krzanich announced that the company is working on a standalone mixed reality headset, codenamed Project Alloy. It will be compatible with Microsoft's Windows Holographic platform.
The big game publishers such as EA and Activision are yet to commit fully to VR. VR gaming is also hampered by a fragmented hardware scene with incompatible devices and lack of standards.
Windows Holographic for all VR/ AR devices Including HoloLens and third-party hardware
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is on a mission: He wants local developers to create more apps on his company’s platform, especially solutions that tackle local issues.
Sony's PlayStation VR is a virtual reality headset that is due to be launched next year. Keith Liu attended the Gamestart 2015 event in Singapore to check out the latest virtual reality demos from the company and its game development partners.