Now that VR’s initial burst of early-adopter enthusiasm has died down a little, there’s a temptation to lump it together with other recent technologies that fizzled out after being over-hyped. Is VR a flop? Is it destined to forever exist as a fringe novelty? Believe what you want, but VR’s standing as the ultimate computing frontier is inevitable.
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- AR and VR hand tracking with just a smartphone camera: ManoMotion SDK points to the future
- Apple’s ARKit pointing towards something much bigger than iPhone or iPad AR
- Cardboard-based AR system could be yours for $30
- Microsoft HoloLens dev kit review: A peephole into the future
- Hinting at an AR future, Microsoft Research squeezes holographic display into regular-sized glasses