Breaking, Entertainment, Event, News, Samsung, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World

2016 Olympics Feature 85 hours of Virtual Reality Coverage

August 5, 2016 is the opening date for the 31st Summer Olympic Games. Taking place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the “Rio Olympics” will mark a major technological breakthrough, by changing the number of channels offered to the broadcasters and ultimately, the global audience. The opening event will be broadcast in Full HD, 8K “Super-Hi Vision” and Virtual Reality (i.e. 360 degree stereoscopic video). Regardless of the format, the Olympics will be shot and reformatted using HDR (High Dynamic Range). Sadly, 8K Super-Hi Vision is only limited to Japan, while the regular TV viewers will only get 1080p, Full HD video. Owners of VR glasses will be able to watch

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Analysis, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World

CES 2015: Samsung Starts to Build an Ecosystem of Content Around the Gear VR

Milk VR is the first content store that is tailored for a virtual reality headset.

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