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VR Enthusiasts Being Offered a Virtual Tour of Egyptian Queen’s Tomb

Owing to a host of ‘conservation-related’ concerns that have surrounded Egyptian Queen Nefertari (who died some 3,000 years ago), her tomb has been largely sealed off and kept restricted from the public. However, as per a news report published in Live Science, Nefertari’s resting place will now be transformed into a virtual kingdom which can be […]

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A New VR Experience Within the Web

VR’s rate of adoption has seen a slow but steady increase, as prices for high end headsets such as the Vive and Rift continue to fall and newer generations of graphics cards continue to bring the high end VR benchmark to a more economical product skew, hardware accessibility is at an all time high. VR […]

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HTC may Drop out of the VR Headset Race in the Near Future

Rumors are circulating about HTC potentially getting rid of their VR hardware division altogether. That is quite a significant development, assuming it is true. Considering how the HTC Vive isn’t selling all that well it wouldn’t be entirely surprising if true. Bloomberg reports how the company is currently in talks with Google. Separating the VR […]

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HTC Will Release Standalone VR Headset as Part of its Vive Line-up

It appears some more details have come to light regarding the standalone VR headsets Google promised the world. HTC will release their device as part of the Vive family, even though it does not require a phone or computer to operate. This improves the overall use and portability factor by a staggering amount, to say […]