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Google Cardboard Leads Headset Shipments, Gear VR Takes Revenue Top Spot Reports Strategy Analytics

Today Strategy Analytics launched its report “VR Headset Platform Market Share Year End 2016” which showcased Google’s low cost and cheerful Cardboard headset at primary, but in addition confirmed that Samsung Gear VR took first place when it comes to income. Split between six main competing virtual reality (VR) platforms, Strategy Analytics estimates that over 30 million VR headsets shipped over the course of ...

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Report: VR headset market is dominated by Google Cardboard

by Eric Frederiksen — 10:00 AM on February 22, 2017 After a bunch of false begins, 2016 was lastly the “Year of VR.” The first choices arrived some time earlier than that, within the type of the Google Cardboard “headset” and Samsung’s Gear VR. Last yr, although, the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Sony PlayStation VR all made it to ...

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Samsung’s next Gear VR headset might include a wireless controller like Google’s Daydream View

Samsung helped usher within the premium cellular VR expertise a couple of years in the past with the debut of the Gear VR headset. In the time since, that headset has advanced barely to supply higher viewing angles, improved comfort, and of course, to accommodate new devices from the corporate. As we strategy the discharge of the Galaxy S8, it ...

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Google opens massive virtual collection of US presidential history

History geeks will thrill to seek out out that George Washington’s dentures weren’t truly picket, as is popularly thought, however somewhat created from human and cow tooth (and a few ivory). Fans of newer presidents may wish to see Barbara Bush’s handwritten taco recipe, which options Doritos as the primary ingredient. That’s simply two of the greater than 2,000 artifacts ...

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Virtual Reality Could Bring History To Life In The Classroom

A take a look at the potential of virtual reality as a educating software within the classroom. Brentwood Middle School geography instructor Casey Phillips was scared to take a step ahead, lest he fall 64 tales from the highest of the U.S. Steel Tower to the road under. “That’s how realistic it is,” he stated. “That is nuts.” Phillips wasn’t ...

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