A new commercial-focused hardware bundle including Rift headset, Touch controllers, three Sensors, and three facial interfaces was revealed at Oculus Connect 4 this week. The bundle, which can be ordered in bulk, for the first time offers a commercial license, enterprise-grade warranty, and dedicated customer support. Continue reading Oculus Gets Down to Business With New Rift Bundle Aimed at Commercial Use
Alongside the Galaxy Note 8 announced today, Samsung also revealed that it’s making yet another iteration of the Gear VR headset that’s designed to support the Note and its 6.3-inch display. Aside from accommodating Samsung’s newest phone, very little else seems different between this Gear VR and the previous one we saw a few months back that bundled in a handheld, physical controller. Continue reading Samsung is releasing a new Gear VR because the Note 8 won’t fit in older headsets
Google unveiled a brand new virtual reality headset dubbed Daydream View, which serves as a souped-up successor to its initial — and rather rudimentary — entry into the VR headset space, Cardboard. The brand new Daydream View is priced at $79 and made of a plushy material. It will be available in three colours: Slate (grey), Snow (white), and Crimson (red), and will go on sale this November. Continue reading Google Unveils Daydream View – Its Cardboard Successor
Virtual reality technology may shake up the retail industry in a short time – but the tech needs to become more accessible in order to get off the ground and become truly scalable. Nevertheless, as examples from different categories show, it is a great solution for retailers when it comes to sharing immersive, moving shopping and brand experiences with customers.