Malaysian VR startup wants to use VR to turn the property industry on its head.
Malaysian startup looks to ride on the growing popularity of Virtual Reality
2017 could very well be the year that VR goes mainstream due to cheaper, wireless headsets.
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.
Shooter in development for HTC Vive US$100mil fund for VR games HTC is developing its first virtual reality title for its Vive virtual reality headset. Front Defense is a wartime shooter which will see players utilise a variety of ‘classic’ weapons, such as pistols, rifles, grenades and anti-tank rockets.
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.
At Mobile World Congress 2015 (MWC 2015), HTC Corp announced its most powerful smartphone, the HTC One M9, a fitness tracker, as well as a strategic partnership with Valve that it said would bring mass-market Virtual Reality (VR) one step closer.