There are various mediums for creators of different kinds within the VR ecosystem and Visionary VR’s Mindshow is giving users a platform to create and share animated narratives through virtual reality. We reported on the software back in April, where it left an impression on us as VR’s “missing character animation and storyrtelling tool”, and CES 2017 has brought us a bit closer to the masses getting their hands on it.
This blog entry below details a review ofprimary differences between the Samsung Gear VR and other VR headsets. It covers:
To say the Vive was well received at CES 2016 would be an understatement. With over 20 partners showing the Vive on the show floor and at numerous events each night, numerous guests had a chance to try our second generation of the Developer Kit, the Vive Pre.
- The Voices of VR is a podcast published three to five days a week featuring interviews with the pioneering game developers, enthusiasts and technologists driving the resurgence of virtual reality. It’s hosted by Kent Bye, who has traveled to the top VR gatherings around the world since May 2014 to bring you a diverse range of VR perspectives and insights from over 500 makers and seasoned academics. Kent is a VR developer himself, so his journalism is informed by both his technological expertise as well as a deeply embedded need to uncover best creative practices and social applications.
- The VR Scout Report is a weekly podcast discussing the best in VR, hosted by Malia Probst.
HTC Vive dominated the VR news cycle at CES with a slew of amazing announcements. We caught up with JB from HTC at CES 2017 to talk about the brand new Vive Tracker, the new Headstrap, and the company’s strategy for the upcoming year. Please take a look.
Day 1 at CES2016 was great day for Vive at the biggest consumer electronics show in the U.S. We had a chance to visit our largest truck tour activation yet. Next we stopped by the Intel booth to check out the Tiltbrush installation. Finally, we stopped by Virtuix to check out their Omni system.