Wireless VR from PC to HMD Snapdragon 835
By the summer of 2017, I started hearing the term edge computing from a lot of C level meetings I had in the computing industry and it became very clear that this is the next big thing. At MWC 2018, Qualcomm demonstrated edge computing 5G mm Wave powered VR, which is likely to become the future of VR.
Next-Generation VR Experiences
Even the producers and screenwriters of the Silicon Valley TV show think that mobile will be driving VR, and it seems that they have closely followed what Fudzilla and Qualcomm have been saying for a while.
Star Trek Bridge Crew and AR and VR games
It is not every day when heavyweight of the Artificial Intelligence market, IBM, announces that its Watson AI will end up in the Unity engine targeting future AR and VR games.
Prototype out already
OmniVision claims to have come up with a reference design for production-ready augmented reality (AR) glasses.
Can't bear augmented reality hardware any more
Search engine outfit Google has dealt a blow to those who want to see AR everywhere by pulling the plug on its Project Tango.
Samsung already announces display
Software king of the world Microsoft has been talking up its latest mixed reality options,
13.7 million units in 2017, growing to 81.2 million units by 2021
Beancounters at IDC have been shuffling their tarot decks and reached the conclusion that AR and VR are going to continue to grow like crazy – despite the fact that other analysts are not so sure.
Tim Leland predicts future of Augmented and eXtended
Tim Leland a Vice president of Product management, who is responsible for Adreno GPU part has shared a vision of his team on Augmented and eXtended Reality.
Acquires Nitero millimeter wave company
You might seen we've writing about millimeter waves several times. and we usually attributed this term to 5G. AMD has just acquired Nitero, a millimeter wave company that wants to use this technology to cut the cord on your VR and AR headset.
Windows 10 build 15063 goes RTM
Although Microsoft is set to officially release its Windows 10 Creators Update to the general public on April 11th, the company has already made the ISO files available for download on its official site on Thursda, just before the end of the Q1 business cycle and the last day of March.