10 Points to Consider When Investing in Enterprise VR

| July 10, 2019

article image
From startups to multinational corporations, today’s businesses are looking for new technologies that help expedite the development and prototyping of new products, foster interaction with customers on a global scale, reduce overhead and expenses and even cut their carbon footprint. VR is in many ways the perfect solution for achieving all of the above. However, not all enterprise VR systems are created equally, and as such, there are several technical points that companies looking to invest in VR should consider before finalizing their decision.

Spotlight

HYPEBEAST

HYPEBEAST was launched in January 2005 as a one-stop news source for internet-savvy fashion enthusiasts. Frustrated with having to browse multiple sites to keep up with the latest information, the creation of HYPEBEAST allowed for the latest news to be broadcasted through one specific medium.HYPEBEAST continues to inform and inspire trendsetters around the world. The growth of Hypebeast has seen its focus transcend from its initial roots to encompass all forms of fashion, arts, design and culture - making it the premier online magazine for cultural enthusiasts, tastemakers and influencers alike.

OTHER ARTICLES

PlayStation VR on the PS5 could ditch Move controllers for finger-tracking

Article | February 19, 2020

Sony got good mileage out of its PlayStation Move motion controllers, which it introduced for the PS3 generation. But it could be moving to something more akin to the Valve Index controller for the upcoming PlayStation 5. A patent application published this month suggests finger-tracking technology could come to the system, possibly for use with PlayStation VR. The application, which was first filed in 2018, is for a hand-worn device that includes sensors to detect individual fingers. A “sensor support” unit is located in the middle and is adjustable to accommodate different hand sizes.

Read More

Game (still) on: How coronavirus is impacting the gaming industry

Article | February 19, 2020

In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, movie theaters shuttered, Hollywood delayed some of its biggest films indefinitely, numerous productions across movies and TV halted, and virtually every major pop culture event planned for the next couple months either shut down or picked a new date. One might imagine that videogames would be the least affected branch of the entertainment world. Self-isolating in front of the TV screen does pair well with quarantines. While the industry remains one of the few not completely stunted during these uncertain times, the coronavirus has indeed affected players, developers, and studios, both for better and worse.

Read More

Sony Will Be Revealing a Lot of New PlayStation 5 Info Very Soon

Article | February 19, 2020

Sony has announced it will be holding a special event for the PlayStation 5 tomorrow, March 18. The tech company took to Twitter today to share the news, stating that lead system architect Mark Cerny will be delving into the console’s system architecture and its influence on the future of gaming. News of the upcoming event comes as Microsoft shared the full specs for its new Xbox Series X just a day ago, and as Sony has already provided information on the power of the PlayStation 5 back in 2019. The PS5, with its eight-core CPU and custom GPU, will support 4K gaming at 120Hz, 8K resolutions, and 3D audio, while featuring a speedy SSD and lower power consumption option.

Read More

Which VR headsets can you actually buy at the launch of Half-Life: Alyx?

Article | February 19, 2020

Valve released the Index in 2019. It’s a high-powered, tethered VR headset that relies on Lighthouses to position itself in your playing space, even if you’re sitting down to play. This headset is compatible with older Lighthouse base stations made for the original HTC Vive, so you can save some money if you already own them or can find them for cheap. Valve’s own second-generation base stations have better range, and at $149 per unit, they currently don’t cost much more than the new price for first-generation base stations.

Read More

Spotlight

HYPEBEAST

HYPEBEAST was launched in January 2005 as a one-stop news source for internet-savvy fashion enthusiasts. Frustrated with having to browse multiple sites to keep up with the latest information, the creation of HYPEBEAST allowed for the latest news to be broadcasted through one specific medium.HYPEBEAST continues to inform and inspire trendsetters around the world. The growth of Hypebeast has seen its focus transcend from its initial roots to encompass all forms of fashion, arts, design and culture - making it the premier online magazine for cultural enthusiasts, tastemakers and influencers alike.

Events