It never rains but it pours in the world of virtual reality (VR). There can be times when the news seems a little barren and at other points there’s so much going on it can be hard to keep up. As VRFocus’ Nina does every Thursday, she’s rounds-up some of the biggest and best stories, with a few quirky ones for your viewing pleasure.
This week’s VRTV features Nvidia and how the company is working towards reducing VR latency, Facebook and its plans for shows that include VR dating, Oculus and its VR for Good Creators Lab, Marvel examining the prospect of VR, and Paw Print Games’ videogame Bloody Zombies.
This week’s stories, click here for more information on each:
- Nvidia Working On Reducing VR Latency And Replacing The Keyboard
- Facebook’s Immersive Content Plans Might Stretch To It Playing VR Cupid
- Daniel O’Brien Talks About HTC Vive’s First Year And What The Future Holds
- Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Using VR Training For Trauma Situations
- Paw Print Games Aims To Bring VR And Non-VR Players Together In A Shower Of Cartoon Zombie Blood
- Oculus Launches VR For Good’s 2017 Creators Lab Programme
- Marvel Games Are Looking Into VR
- Canadian Coke Bottles Get A Touch Of Musical AR For “Play A Coke”
- OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead Postponed Until 2018