Interesting articles about VR – week #40

Palmer Luckey: Facebook Buying Oculus ‘The Best Thing That’s Ever Happened To VR’


Despite parting ways with the company in 2017, Oculus Rift inventor Palmer Luckey still insists that Facebook buying Oculus was “the best thing that’s ever happened to the VR industry.”

Hands-on: StarVR One is the Most Complete Ultra-wide VR Headset to Date


When it comes to VR headsets aiming for ultra-wide fields of view, three devices dominate the discussion: Pimax “8K”, VRgineers XTAL, and StarVR One. Having recently had the opportunity to get a thorough hands-on with each, the one that stands out currently as the most complete and market-ready headset is the new StarVR One.

‘The New York Times’ Introduces First Volumetric AR Experience At Fashion Week


Following the success of its 2018 Winter Olympics AR experience, The New York Times debuted its first volumetric augmented reality experience as part of its New York Fashion Week coverage.
The experience features model and activist Ashley Graham.

Virtual Reality: Digital Treatment for Real Pain


Amanda Greene lives with pain. 
Greene says her pain comes from lupus, an autoimmune disease that attacks her organs and tissues. 
“If I don’t have nerve pain, I might have joint pain. If I’m not having joint pain, I might have headaches.” 
She tried taking medicine and other treatments, but she suffered an allergic reaction to opioids, a strong painkiller.

15K 360° Photo + 8K Video – NEW VR Camera you don’t know yet – Teche TE720 Pro


Today we take a first look at a brand new 360 VR Camera – Teche TE720 Pro – a 15K Virtual Reality Camera that is under $4000 with unique features that will WOW you.  Download my sample video footage and 15K photo + my PTGui and Mistika VR template (so you don’t have to stitch)

There’s one crucial, major innovation in Facebook’s new VR headset that will set a new precedent


It took over four years and $3 billion dollars, but Facebook has finally nailed the cross-section of price, quality, and accessibility with its new Oculus Go virtual reality headset. It’s a VR headset for everyone, finally.

Vuze XR Camera Offers 360° and VR180 Recording in 5.7K


The Vuze XR Camera makes immersive content creation possible in 360° and VR180, both in 5.7K, all from one compact device, for just $439 / £399. Shipping in late November, the Vuze XR Camera enables consumers and prosumers to create and share immersive experiences in 360° (2D) or VR180 (3D) formats, both in 5.7K resolution.


The first wave of the current generation of virtual reality (VR) hardware hit the market roughly two-and-a-half years ago, and those headsets have served the early adopters well. But their time is running out. The second generation of VR headsets should be just around the corner, and Pimax wants to be at the forefront of that next era of consumer VR with its ultra-wide Pimax 8K and Pimax 5K headsets. Many people are banking on the success of the company, including thousands of Kickstarter backers, but we’re not so sure that Pimax’s headsets are true second generation devices. The Pimax 5K+ feels more like a mid-generation upgrade.

Oculus Rift VR Headset: Immerse Into The World of Virtuality


If you are fascinated by the word “Virtual Reality”, then, this is the right article for you. Go on reading On…. 
But, first let me apprise those who are still ignorant to the world of Virtual Reality…what is it? How does it work?

Step-by-step Learn Salsa Dancing Using Virtual Reality


Developer Dance Virtual have revealed their new virtual reality (VR) title, Salsa Virtual. It is designed to help users learn how to dance by teaching them with a virtual dance partner where beginners will become professional dances in no time.



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