As a consumer product VR is little more than a toy but commercial applications are quietly reshaping business.
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The new Blocks app, free for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, gives you a basic set of tools to create 3D objects in virtual reality, no PC required.
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Virtual-reality arcades offer a way for entrepreneurs to become early adopters in a tech industry poised for exponential growth.
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Wait, didn’t a new crop of consumer 360-degree cameras just go on sale this year? Yes, but Google says its new VR180 standard is much easier to work with.
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The ‘Art of VR’ conference in New York City features an alien bursting from a human, and lots of people excited about this burgeoning industry.
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You won’t be able to buy a Varjo headset any time soon, but it promises resolutions 70 times greater than what current virtual reality headsets offer.
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Don’t expect to check one out for free, though. They’re intended to generate interest in VR through educational experiences.
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Apple is giving Google’s Tango AR platform a run for its money, and also plans to bring support for VR headsets to future Macs.
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The $4,999 iMac Pro is aimed at video editors and virtual reality game developers, while the iMac, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air lineups get new Intel processors.
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By 2018, there will be over 171 million active virtual reality users. Is this a market for you?
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