According to a new report, Microsoft has been discussing its Xbox VR plans with some game developers over the past couple of years, but the company ultimately decided to put the project on a shelf earlier this year.
The numbers as of June 2018 show that SteamsVR experiences, powered by Windows 10 have hit their second highest monthly market share at 6.25 percent which is an increase over its previous month of 5.89 percent.
When the Xbox One X console was first revealed, various Microsoft sources stated that it would be the Xbox console that would be used for any virtual reality games and experiences going forward. Microsoft has been completely silent since then when it comes to any sort of VR integration on the Xbox One X and […]
Though I mentioned many aspects of the experience in my full review, I’m now following up with some more editorial like closing thoughts on Windows Mixed Reality.
Object Theory, the world’s first HoloLens company, and member of Microsoft’s Mixed Reality Partner Program, announced today the release of Prism, a HoloLens collaborative experience.
Microsoft fellow and Mixed Reality guru Alex Kipman remained on stage with a headset in hand and answered several pressing questions about the future of the company’s next computing bet.
Microsoft has filed a trademark application related to gaming called, Direct Reality. References to video game software, software for holographic applications, and online game software are all mentioned in the filing however it’s unclear exactly what this Direct Reality is or does. Companies file patents for names and concepts all of the time and doing […]
Customers will be able to try out new demos, including Oculus Rift, Rock Band VR, as well as Fruit Ninja VR, Lumiere’s Dress Rehearsal and Robo Recall.
IDC believes that total headset device shipments between AR and VR could exceed over 99.4 million united is 2021, but AR comes out on top.
Microsoft’s Alex Kipman shared in a new interview that the company has plans to make its HoloLens headset more affordable to consumers, though we’re still years away from mass-market adoption.
Microsoft has announced this week that it has started shipping its HoloLens headset to developers and commercial partners in Japan.