The recently announced Samsung Galaxy Note 10 does not support Gear VR. Samsung Gear VR smartphone-based virtual reality helmet. Like Google Cardboard and its plastic derivatives, the device uses the user’s smartphone as a display and computing unit. However, unlike the Cardboard, Samsung’s virtual reality helmet is equipped with a special gyroscope and accelerometer and […]

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The Google Maps AR feature, which Google first demonstrated more than a year ago, a heads-up mode called Live View, will be available in beta in the coming weeks for compatible iOS and Android devices, the company said. Live View was previously only available to users who were registered in the beta version of Google […]

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This is the fourth report on augmented and virtual reality technologies. Events like the State Of The Game Industry Survey’s annual Game Developers Conference (GDC) can be a good indicator of where the industry is heading and in which direction developers see the best time to spend. Today, XRDC released its fourth AR / VR […]

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The latest version of the Oculus Unreal Engine integration adds Vulkan support to Oculus Quest and Oculus Go. Unity noted that they will add support “later this year”. What is Vulkan? Vulkan is a low-level graphics API developed as the successor to OpenGL, which was originally released in the early 90s. Vulkan was developed by […]

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Here’s a fun little Nintendo VR Easter Egg. The company’s Labo VR kit was only released a few months ago, but it was actually confirmed in the very first Labo trailer back in January 2018. Nintendo Laboratories director Tsubasa Sakaguchi showed this in an official video last week. Labo is a set of cardboard make-it-yourself […]

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The next exciting BBC experience will not appear on Oculus Rift or HTC Vive. He will be released on Magic Leap One. The organization introduced a new augmented reality experience called BBC Earth – Micro Kingdoms: Senses for AR Headsets. Designed by Preloaded and BBC Studios, the experience will use the AR headset to digitally […]

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A London startup does some pretty interesting things in AR space. They have their own software development kit, the SCAPE SDK, which is slightly different from Google’s ARCore and Apple’s ARKit. Basically, these platforms use GPS information to find where you are in the world, while Scape accesses a massive database of visual signals. The […]

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Microsoft Assistant General Counsel will represent the company on the XRA board of directors. Previously, the organization was called the Global Virtual Reality Association (GVRA), today the XR Association (XRA) announced that Microsoft has joined the organization along with the founding members of HTC Vive, Sony, Google, Facebook and Samsung. Microsoft XRA membership means that […]

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The application is available for download today. Since Mozilla launched Firefox Reality last year, the company has gradually expanded the project, adding new features and support for devices such as Microsoft’s HoloLens 2. Two Oculus headsets support the Virtual Reality (VR) browser, Oculus Go and Gear VR, and today a third one has been added […]

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Manus VR started a few years ago with a glove that made it possible to accurately track each finger. Meanwhile, there are some vendors with similar concepts, but Manus VR goes one step further and offers the gloves additionally with haptic feedback for each finger and revises its product range. Manus VR shows Prime Series […]

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