HP, Valve, and Microsoft have teamed up to deliver the new Reverb G2. Priced at $599 and due later this year, the new WMR VR headset is the most accurate one yet with four-camera tracking, new controllers, and lenses designed by Valve. Preorders are now live.
Jump into the memories of a soldier on the Western Front in 1917 and experience the Battle of Passchendaele. This quick trip back in time, narrated by Dan Carlin of Hardcore History podcast fame, is affecting and unforgettable.
Microsoft has hired an ex-executive from Apple to be a corporate vice president of Hardware Design & Technology. Ruben Caballero will be working on "HoloLens, Special Projects, and more to come...." The new is particularly interesting because a member of the Xbox team recently jumped ship to the HoloLens group. Could Microsoft be about to enter a new phase of mixed reality for consumers?
Revive is a tool that lets you use games and experiences downloaded through the Oculus app, including exclusives, within SteamVR. Now that Windows Mixed Reality is working with SteamVR, we can get it all working together.
Microsoft is teed up to host its Mixed Reality Dev Days again for 2020. The even takes places on May 16-17 in Redmond, Washington. After that, Mixed Reality Dev Days is also set to go on tour in Germany and Japan.
The Samsung Odyssey+ is one of the best Windows Mixed Reality headsets you can buy, and Samsung is selling the headset at over 50% off, likely to sell off supplies in preparation for a next-generation Odyssey launch.
We've amassed everything you need to know about Windows Mixed Reality into one ultimate guide! Discover what it is, what kind of hardware you need, and what kind of fun you can have inside a head-mounted display.
Low frames per second (FPS) in PC gaming is your worst enemy — in VR it can also be literally sickening. What better reason to give your old hardware some care and keep it performing up-to-snuff for another few months?
Microsoft's Windows Mixed Reality effort has subsided quite a bit in the last year. Microsoft seems only interested in the HoloLens 2, and hasn't invested much into the VR side of things. That's a real shame, as Windows Mixed Reality itself could have been great had it followed the same path Facebook is following now with Oculus Quest.