December 2014, I pulled CNET's TV editor, David Katzmaier, into a conference room to show him a black plastic pair of goggles fitted over a Samsung phone.I seated him in a comfy swivel chair.Google's killing off Daydream, its own mobile phone-connected VR platform.John Carmack, CTO of Facebook's Oculus, which partnered with Samsung on Gear VR, recently delivered a eulogy for the now-vanished VR goggles.Google's deep RGoogle's head of Daydream VR and AR, Clay Bavor, told me back in May that the company has been rethinking some of its bigger ideas in VR, with maybe something else new on the horizon.Google's response on the disappearance of the Daydream was, "We saw a lot of potential in smartphone VR—being able to use the smartphone you carry with you everywhere to power an immersive on-the-go experience.
and There buzz it all off for the virtual reality of the time, and now it seems like it could be the reality that it is the hottest in the immersiva reality of the situation.It comes in virtually every week and rumours that Apple has been one year, almost at once, and it will be a rough sketch, which goes to show how a future AR headsets from Samsung could look like.the Blueprint is included in a patent application by the republic of korea the patent office.Samsung's bet in the past a lot of its VR headset, the Samsung Gear VR, but it has not released a new version of the 2017 and thereafter.Samsung's latest Note 10 the phone does not even have the support for the Gear VR, which I guess makes the Gear VR, in its current form, is on its way to the cemetery sooner or later.Although Google has confirmed that it will scrap its mobile RESEARCH platform to Daydream, after that, this has not been a direct hit.
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Google has essentially abandoned its Daydream virtual reality platform.The company confirmed to The Verge that the new Pixel 4 phone won’t support Daydream, and Google told Variety and The Verge that it will also no longer sell the Daydream View mobile headset.It will continue to support the app — which only works on older phones — for existing users.“There hasn’t been the broad consumer or developer adoption we had hoped, and we’ve seen decreasing usage over time of the Daydream View headset,” a spokesperson said.Although the system had potential, “we noticed some clear limitations constraining smartphone VR from being a viable long-term solution,” said the spokesperson.“Most notably, asking people to put their phone in a headset and lose access to the apps they use throughout the day causes immense friction.” That echoes similar complaints about Daydream’s biggest competition, the Samsung Gear VR.
At the Oculus Connect developer conference, one of the company’s veteran executives offered some insights on the end of its best-selling product.“As we move forward into the future with Quest, it is probably time for me to give a bit of a eulogy for Gear VR,” CTO John Carmack told the audienceCarmack detailed that the current software was current but that Samsung’s latest and future phones will not support the headset and its “days were numbered.”“I do think we missed an opportunity here,” said John Carmack.“I invested a whole lot of effort into it and it’s the foundation that we based all of the mobile things off of.”The headset was first launched in 2014 with an Innovator Edition that supported the Note 4 and endured a number of editions that made minor adjustments to the size and onboard electronics of the headset.
Parrot’s latest iteration on its flagship Anafi drone is all about immersion.But instead of a dedicated screen inside the goggles, Parrot’s approach is to have users slot a smartphone in, similar to headsets like the Samsung Gear VR or Google Cardboard.The Anafi FPV package will cost $799 when it goes on sale later this month.It will include the drone, the glasses, a controller, extra propellers, a battery, a 16GB microSD card, and a USB-C cable.The Anafi FPV also comes with a new backpack that Parrot says can “double as a stable platform” for launching the drone.Drone racers are leveraging the skills they’ve developed in competition into side gigs shooting commercials, creating videos that go viral, and even capturing live footage during sporting events like Formula Drift.
The Galaxy Note 10 is a fine smartphone and example of innovation in the smartphone market.Perhaps in an effort to further distance it from the Galaxy S line, Samsung has changed quite a lot in the Galaxy Note 10.That, unfortunately, has forced it to drop things like the headphone jack and, something Samsung left out from the press, support for its own Gear VR platform.Samsung Gear VR was perhaps the first, and now only, mobile VR platform developed by a manufacturer that followed in Google Cardboard’s footsteps.In short, it used the power of a smartphone to drive virtual reality experiences and, on paper, promised the joys of VR without the pain of being tethered to an expensive PC rig.It also set itself apart from the likes of Cardboard by working with Oculus rather than using Android’s then still immature VR framework.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus have just been announced, and while these phones impress in many ways, one thing they’re lacking is compatibility with Samsung’s Gear VR headset.Samsung confirmed this to tech analyst Anshel Sag and to Engadget, with a spokesperson saying: "The Gear VR is not compatible with Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+.We remain committed to innovating in VR and AR to deliver incredible new experiences to our consumers."So if you have a Gear VR or were planning to get one, these aren’t the phones for you.At least not right now – there’s no guarantee that a new Gear VR model won’t be released with support for the Note 10 range, but it doesn’t sound especially likely.That said, with the company claiming to remain committed to innovating in the VR space, we may well see some new VR products from it at some point, be they headsets that connect to a phone, standalone ones, or something else entirely.
Samsung was one of the earliest adopters of virtual reality technology, launching its Gear VR headset back in 2015.The headset allows you to slot a Samsung flagship into it, with the phone providing the screen and horsepower.Unfortunately, Samsung confirmed to The Verge that the brand-new Galaxy Note 10 series doesn’t support the Gear VR.It’s unclear whether the manufacturer will eventually provide an adapter to ensure that the two devices are compatible with each other.Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series was indeed compatible with the VR headset, with the peripheral including the required adapter in the box.But we haven’t seen a new headset since 2017’s model.
Samsung’s just-announced Galaxy Note 10 is not compatible with Gear VR, the company’s virtual reality headset that works only with a phone slotted in front of the lenses, according to a tweet from tech analyst Anshel Sag.The decision to shut off support for its headset on its newest flagship phones casts doubt on the future of both the Gear VR and phone-based headsets, as standalone devices with built-in displays like the Oculus Go are on the rise.Samsung didn’t mention Gear VR during today’s Unpacked event, and it hasn’t updated the headset since 2017.The most recent phones to support it were all four of the Galaxy S10 phone models announced in February, but only via an adapter.(The same was true of last year’s Galaxy Note 9.)The Gear VR still has a product page on Samsung’s store, but it doesn’t seem to be available for purchase anymore.
Virtual reality hasn’t quite taken the world by storm as many early adopters assumed it would, but the technology has grown quite a bit lately.One of the biggest barriers to entry is the high cost of VR headsets, but in recent years, we’ve seen some much more budget-friendly devices like Sony’s PSVR and our favorite, the Oculus Go, which is now on sale for even cheaper.Until lately, the only real budget-friendly way to try VR was with a cheap headset like the Samsung Gear VR that use your phone as a display.The drawbacks with this solution were numerous: First, even a high-end phone can’t deliver the same experience as a dedicated VR headset, and secondly, this still limits you to certain (typically expensive) smartphones that are powerful enough for the job.The Oculus Go, by contrast, is a dedicated VR device with its own built-in display and doesn’t require a phone or even a connected PC to run virtual reality software.The Oculus Go is rivaled only by the PSVR when it comes to our favorite budget-friendly headsets, but unlike Sony’s offering, the Oculus Go is not limited to the PS4 (or any external device, for that matter).
The bomb defusal game Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes — one of the coolest games first developed for virtual reality — is launching for iOS and Android phones and tablets on August 1st for $9.99.As on other platforms, Keep Talking is a cooperative party game where one person tries to disarm a procedurally generated bomb covered in mysterious wires and buttons, and the other players talk them through the process using a digital or printed manual.Developer Steel Crate Games announced in March that Keep Talking would come to phones and tablets, albeit without a launch date.You can already find the game on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and the Nintendo Switch, as well as every major VR headset.(It initially launched on the Samsung Gear VR in 2015.)The mobile version promises the same basic gameplay and features but with a mobile interface, and the developers also tout the fact that you can take it anywhere and keep the bomb screen hidden easily.
Virtual reality news has more or less quieted down over the past months but that doesn’t mean it’s far from gone.While its application in other industries have yet to be realized, it continues to grow, albeit slowly, in its native entertainment market.In fact, Amazon has finally made its long-expected foray into VR and it’s coming to Oculus’ mobile platforms, including the Gear VR.Video is, admittedly, one of the places where VR makes the most sense, at least next to games.Despite the 360-degree view, traditional videos will have to be viewed in 2D, usually on a VR screen that’s made to look like a cinema.Amazon will deliver both kinds of experiences.
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Amazon’s Prime Video service hasn’t become as big of a player in the streaming video market as Netflix, Hulu, or YouTube, but as a spiff for Prime delivery subscribers, it can be fun to explore.Today, Amazon is releasing a new Prime Video VR app to expand the service’s footprint in two ways: It’s launching with a handful of 360-degree videos, and coming to three popular VR headsets.Using the free app with an active Prime subscription, Oculus Go, Oculus Quest, and Samsung Gear VR users will be able to access the entire library of Prime Video movies and TV shows.The videos will display at the center of a cartoony polygonal interface that looks a lot like Amazon’s Indian shopping mall Prime Day VR stations; Amazon promises subscribers “full access to all their entitled Prime Video and VR content” on these platforms.On the VR-specific front, Amazon is starting with 10 “handpicked 360-degree videos,” including the Emmy-nominated short Invasion!and Frontline/NOVA’s documentary Greenland Melting.
Are you looking for an affordable piece of gear to transform your gaming and movie-watching experience?Amazon is offering the Samsung Gear VR with Controller (2017) at a cool 30% discount .Normally $130, it is now just $92.Oculus Home features 3D movies and 360-degree virtual experiences, from premium VR games and virtual re-creations of arcade classics to multiple virtual theaters.The Samsung Gear VR (2017) comes with a mini-controller for an improved simulating experience.The controller features a responsive motion control system.
She made an appointment to visit the couple once they were back at home.Using Samsung Gear VR headsets and Google Earth VR, she'd mapped out all the ports where the cruise would have stopped, giving the couple the 360-degree views of ocean, waterfalls and ice caves they might have had in person.Facebook last month released the $400 Oculus Quest, which CNET editor Scott Stein called the best thing he's tried this year.For example, using VR for hospice care -- as a way to bring a larger world to people who've found themselves limited to a room, or just a bed -- is beginning to catch on with care providers.She took off the goggles and she said, 'How is heaven going to be better than that?'In the four and a half months he's had VR out in the field with him (at this point, he doesn't leave home without it), Roby said most patients who try it want to use it again.
She made an appointment to visit the couple once they were back at home.Using Samsung Gear VR headsets and Google Earth VR, she'd mapped out all the ports where the cruise would have stopped, giving the couple the 360-degree views of ocean, waterfalls and ice caves they might have had in person.Facebook last month released the $400 Oculus Quest, which CNET editor Scott Stein called the best thing he's tried this year.For example, using VR for hospice care -- as a way to bring a larger world to people who've found themselves limited to a room, or just a bed -- is beginning to catch on with care providers.She took off the goggles and she said, 'How is heaven going to be better than that?'In the four and a half months he's had VR out in the field with him (at this point, he doesn't leave home without it), Roby said most patients who try it want to use it again.
As virtual reality HMD adoption rises, entertainment media powerhouses are getting more skin in the game.YouTube is where many consume their content and the platform has amassed over one million VR videos and experiences.The team behind it wants to continue to grow with VR and, to do that, the team revealed that YouTube is coming to the Oculus Quest as a launch application.YouTube VR launched in November 2016 and is already available on Daydream View, HTC Vive, PlayStation VR, Samsung Gear, VR, Oculus Go, and Oculus Rift.This gives it a home on not only the powerful PC-tethered virtual reality options but can be taken on the go with mobile and completely wireless VR HMDs.The Oculus Quest is bridging the gap with powerful, fully immersive VR content without having to be connected to a PC and having the YouTube VR app at launch gives potential consumers a wealth of content to access immediately.
Google will bring YouTube to Facebook’s Oculus Quest virtual reality headset when it ships on May 21st.Like existing versions on the Oculus Go, Samsung Gear VR, and other headsets, YouTube VR will offer access to both 360-degree and traditional 2D videos.Google has generally rolled out YouTube VR a few months (or years) after a given headset launches, with the exception of Google’s own Daydream devices.But this time, YouTube is part of the Quest’s starting lineup.It’s joining two other apps: the painting tool Tilt Brush and the game Job Simulator.Job Simulator’s sequel, Vacation Simulator, will also launch on the Quest later this year.
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