The demise of the Oculus Go is but the latest in a line of frustrated attempts to bring virtual reality to the mass market.
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The augmented reality startup is trying to escape the handcuffs that trapped another ambitious company fomenting a computing revolution.
The new projector shows games and other media through a small projection that you can follow around a room. But this kids' meal of VR has broader applications for affordable, portable shared experiences.
The maker of Snapdragon processors that power the HoloLens 2 seeks to advance AR where it's seeing the broadest adoption. Its mobile expertise could start a new chapter for headset applications.
Magic Leap aims to combine the AR worlds of ubiquitous Glass-like cues and HoloLens-like rich visuals in a bid to build a digital overlay onto our cities. For now, its demos span entertainment and collaboration.
The wireless carrier, which now owns HBO, has shown the power of marrying its popular content with leading-edge entertainment tech.
VR headsets are back on the attack -- with new models that offer higher resolution for precision work and gaming. However, the long-promised convergence between virtual reality and augmented reality appears no closer to becoming market reality.
Spatial extends the core functionality of video and screen sharing apps to a new frontier.