Virtual reality has come a long way since its inception several years ago. While the concept has been around for quite some time, it’s only recently that the manufacturers have started to take it quite seriously. We have a bevy of VR headsets today from some of the biggest manufacturers in the world, designed to
VR has picked up big time since it was first proposed as an idea few years ago. We’re now seeing an increasing number of companies who are invested in the concept and even have some products in the market. But the one company that started it all and perhaps had the most recognition in the VR
Samsung and makers of the Oculus Rift have been known to be working in unison for the development of the head mounted wearable. And a new teardown of the Oculus Rift from the iFixit team has revealed that the device actually uses the exact same front panel as the Galaxy Note 3 from last year.
According to a new report, Samsung is collaborating with Oculus VR for the rumored head mounted display. It is believed that both companies need each other as Oculus will require a display (an area of Samsung’s expertise) and Samsung needs head mounted displays to come in the market as soon as possible. With this deal being
A new rumor is suggesting that Samsung could venture into the wearable segment with a potential Oculus Rift like device believed to be in the making. This virtual reality based headset will reportedly be used with Samsung devices, much like its Gear smartwatches. It is said that this device will break cover later this year, although since
CES 2014 is in full force, and we are seeing a handful of interesting launches and updates from different companies. We have a recap of Day 1, with my colleague Adrian Diaconescu highlighting the good parts from a handful of major manufacturers, plus some areas in which the brands are quite lacking. What is interesting
A few hundred lucky Google Glass fans have been able to get their hands on with the new augmented reality. Inside the pack of people who have the new wearable device, there a few developers constantly tinkering with APIs and engines to see what Google Glass can really achieve. One developer, Sean McCracken, has developed
I think we’re just two steps away from our childhood sci-fi fantasies becoming a reality, and these two steps first lie in hovercars and virtual reality machines. Whilst we’re a long shot off having hover cars, virtual reality seems to be getting closer and closer thanks to a few devoted developers trying their best to