Earlier this week VRFocus reported that graphics processing unit (GPU) manufacturer Nvidia is planning to reveal a brand new virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display at the 2015 Game Developers Conference (GDC). The company has its own VR session scheduled for the show next week on 4th March, which at first seemed like the place to make sure an announcement. However, Nvidia has since revealed that it will be holding a ‘very special event’ on 3rd March and is currently asking fans to RSVP to see a livestream of the show.
Nvidia’s event is marked ‘Made To Game‘ and takes place at 19:00 PDT. Few solid details about the show have been revealed, although President and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang does provide a message that reads: “More than 5 years in the making, what I want to share with you will redefine the future of gaming.” Those interested in watching along can click ‘RSVP Now’ and enter their details to gain access to the event digitally.
GDC itself is set to be packed with VR announcements, including updates from Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE) on its Project Morpheus HMD as well as the reveal of SteamVR from Valve. VR fans can also expect to see the latest on the Oculus Rift and Gear VR as well as a host of VR videogames, experiences and more.
VRFocus will be at this year’s GDC to bring you all of the latest updates on VR technology.