The story of VR is still being written

Who Will Own The Virtual Reality Interface?

Virtual reality and augmented reality are having a moment. Last month, both multimedia formats had a large presence at both CES and the Sundance Film Festival. German games festival director Thorsten Wiedemann recently spent 48 hours in a VR headset—and lived to tell the tale. And the New York Times, after giving out Google Cardboards to subscribers last year, is currently promoting a VR film about the ongoing presidential race. The mainstream is starting to consume virtual and augmented reality experiences, but we’re only at the start of what will be a long and iterative transition to a new interface. Right now, VR exists on desktop-tethered devices and simpler mobile-powered solutions. ….[READ]


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