Codemasters, one of the oldest videogames developers in the UK, is embarking on an aggressive expansion plan this year, aiming double the size of its team in Kuala Lumpur over the next few months.
The shipment of VR devices worldwide is expected to increase by over 2,400% in 2016, with screenless viewers enjoying the largest market share at 74%, according to IDC.
Windows Holographic for all VR/ AR devices Including HoloLens and third-party hardware
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.
Starbreeze and Acer partner for VR First VR movie premieres at Cannes
Singapore-headquartered PropertyGuru Group claims to be the top property platform in the region. Lum Ka Kay speaks to its cofounder and group CEO Steve Melhuish to find out more.
Prototyping is a crucial but a time-consuming and expensive endeavour, and this is where VR technology can play a part, according to ESI Group.
What’s interesting is that technology is spurring on many of the changes we’re seeing in sports today, writes Mehul Kapadia of Tata Communications.
Lenovo has unveiled its latest smartphones – the Vibe X3 and the K4 Note – in Malaysia, its first to come with the company’s TheaterMax VR technology.
Sales of wearable electronic devices will generate revenue of US$28.7 billion in 2016. Of that, US$11.5 billion will be from smartwatches.