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Editorial: Smartphones Won’t Be Replaced By VR And AR Headsets, Yet

The smartphone has become the central personal computing device of the last 10 years and it has already started to show signs of slowing. However, last quarter smartphones [...]

 
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Check Out The NCAA March Madness Finals on Gear VR

Facebook’s Oculus shared with us that, of the people who actually use their Gear VRs on a daily basis, 80 percent use it to watch video. Samsung shared that 5 million [...]

 
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Intel Headsets, Vive Conferences and VR Cats: The Week’s Biggest VR News

GDC 2017 is starting to fade into the distance and the VR industry is settling down again once more before the next big week of events. Still, we have some big stories [...]

 
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The First Intel Alloy-Powered VR Headset Is Releasing This Holiday Season

Intel told UploadVR the first VR headset built on its Project Alloy reference design will be available to purchase this holiday season from a third party [...]

 
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The Future of Play: How Intel And The ESL Are Helping Bring Virtual Reality To ESports

While traditional eSports aren’t going away, many companies are building the foundation for a virtual reality subset. The current eSports numbers are staggering. [...]

 
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Standalone VR Headsets Powered By Intel’s Project Alloy Will Cost ‘Closer To $1,000’

The cost of virtual reality headsets created using Intel’s Project Alloy reference design is going to be “closer to $1000” according to Achin Bhowmik, the [...]

 
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Intel’s Project Alloy Round 2: RealSense Hand-Tracking and Optimized Software

During last week’s CES conference in Las Vegas one of the largest and most unforgettable booths on the sprawling show floor belonged to Intel.

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