Breaking, Entertainment, Gaming, Hardware, Mobile, News, Smartphones, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World, Wearables

Hollywood and Stephen King Reinvent Fear with IT Horror VR Experience

Hollywood content factory is kicking into high gear when it comes to VR Experiences. After IMAX launched its VR arcades, and a $50 million content fund. The Void came to life promising spectacular multiplayer experiences, and their Ghostbusters VR experience is to dream off. However, there’s new field of VR entertainment coming… scaring the c**p out of you. Stephen King’s IT is coming back into the movie theaters, and this time around the effects are created to give you a proper fright. In order to capture as much audience as possible, Stephen King and Twentieth Century Fox teamed up to bring a scary VR experience

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Audio/Video, Augmented Reality (AR), Breaking, Hardware, Mobile, Mobile World Congress, News, Qualcomm, Smartphones, Virtual Reality (VR), Wearables

Qualcomm Unveils Depth Sensing Spectra Module Camera

Qualcomm’s AR/VR efforts are accelerating. Following the launch of stand-alone Vive with Snapdragon VR 835 platform, the company launched Spectra ISP camera module for smartphone and headset manufacturers. Goal is to enable several new features which may be the key to simplification of how users around the world use their smartphones and headsets. While we mostly know Qualcomm as the manufacturer of Snapdragon processors, the company is also leading manufacturer of image processing systems, i.e. cameras. Second generation Spectra ISP proves that leadership with innovations such as active or passive depth sensing and biometric recognition (iris scan, facial features) – enabling future smart devices to

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Apple, Augmented Reality (AR), Breaking, Business, Education, Entertainment, Hardware, iOS, Mobile, News, Smartphones, startups, VR World, Wearables

Mira Launches Prism AR Headset for Apple, Can it Break into Mainstream?

The race to be the key Augmented Reality company is on. While some companies are promising the world, some are working in secret to address as much population as possible, and make the experience interactive and appealing to the masses. Mira, an AR startup from Los Angeles completed its seed round and announced pre-orders for its Prism AR headset for palatable $99. What could make the difference for the Prism AR headset is its software platform: unlike numerous Android-powered devices, Mira is focusing solely on Apple iOS devices, and interactive element between persons wearing Prism AR headset and users that can see the AR content through

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Business, Entertainment, News, Smartphones, startups, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World, Wearables

French Railways SNCF Adopts SkyLights VR Headsets

French railway operator SNCF (Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français), known worldwide for its TGV bullet trains announced today that it is adding Virtual Reality on its Paris – Milan route. This 877 kilometer, 545 mile route, which takes seven hours to complete is now enabling travelers to spend a part of the journey in an IMAX-sized theater, enjoying dozens of movies. According to the press release, “this all-in-one entertainment solution is developed by Franco-American company SkyLights to transform the on board customer experience. It includes lightweight and comfortable VR headsets, noise cancelling headphones and a Hollywood content catalog to ensure total passenger immersion. Hidden

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Did Xiaomi Missed While Pricing their Xiaomi Mi 6?

After several weeks of detailed and less detailed leaks, Xiaomi’s Mi 6 smartphone launched at the tail end of April. Couple of months ago, we did a wild rumor article that you can read here and by looking at the final product, we can see that we were not far off. Actually, not at all. Design Let us start with the phone’s appearance. The Mi 6 leaked through and through ahead of its debut, but most of the leaks showed just the black version. The “Hero” version that Xiaomi is promoting in its official photographs and renderings is quite an elegant blue and gold combination. There

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Breaking, Business, Google, Hardware, Mobile, Mobile Computing, News, Samsung, Smartphones, Virtual Reality (VR), Wearables, Wearables

Samsung Disables Google Daydream VR on Galaxy Phones

While Samsung always had a clear plan that Google and its Android are just some of operating systems the company ships their products with, the company never disabled features that come with Android… until now. When Samsung Galaxy S8 arrives on the market on April 21st, it will probably take the crown of the world’s most powerful Android smartphone on the market… facing a different situation. At the moment, compared to Google’s Daydream, Samsung’s Gear VR is more rounded and polished. However, users that opt for Oculus’s mobile i.e. GearVR platform won’t be able to use Google’s own VR platform, known as Daydream. Just like YouTube platform

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Breaking, Giveaways, Mobile, , Smartphones, VR World

GearBest launches OnePlus 3T Anniversary Giveaway

GearBest is one of fast growing e-tailers, trying to replicate the success of Alibaba and Amazon. The company opened warehouses in United States and European Union, and is shipping more and more products from U.S. and EU, rather than its home in mainland China. In March 2017, GearBest is celebrating its third anniversary. In that spirit, the company organized a whole bunch of cool deals, giveaways, discounts, awards, and many other things for their customers. If you are in the market for smartphone, smartwatch, tablet or any other gadget – there might be a good place to find something. In this article, I will talk about

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Android, Breaking, Hardware, Mobile, Mobile World Congress, News, Rumors, Smartphones, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World

First Look at the Rumored Xiaomi Mi 6

After our review of OnePlus 3 and 3T, and a little disappointment in the VR department, we decided to look for a phone with that can mix a good price with a better screen. After discussing with several vendors and their retail / e-tail outfits, we came across a few good ones. If the price point is set around $500, we came to conclusion that in that price bracket, there are just two really good phones with high quality displays. First one is ZTE Axon 7, and the third one, the topic of this first look is Xiaomi Mi6. Although this phone has not been released yet

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Breaking, Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Event, Hardware, Mobile, Mobile Computing, Qualcomm, Reviews, Smartphones, VR World

Hands On: Xiaomi Mi MIX White Version

Over the past couple of years we haven’t seen any noticeable change in smartphone designs – candy bar form and some minor changes. The last big thing was edge screen we saw on Samsung Galaxy “Edge” family. Not so long ago Xiaomi decided to change that with what I call, the “XPS of Smartphones” (yes, we’re referring to Dell’s Apple-killer design notebooks). Mi Mix is smartphone with no bezels, and in that way is one of the first smartphones to bring this design to life. But let’s get it clear, this phone looks like one of those leaked fake designs of future Apple or Samsung

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Breaking, Hardware, Mobile, Reviews, Smartphones, startups, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World

How Does OnePlus 3T Smartphone Performs VR?

After the new OnePlus 3T smartphone came out, with the same display as the original “3”, we decided to test this not so pricey flagship killer in Virtual Reality. Before that we did a comparison of OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T that you can read here. OnePlus decided not to upgrade their 1080×1920 pixels Optical AMOLED display, and although it does not suck – it can be better. The same thing repeated in the camera department. Overall, the camera is really good, even great if you are willing to play with manual options like tuning down ISO in low light. But back on the point here,

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Business, Exclusive, Hardware, Mobile, News, Smartphones, startups, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World, Wearables, Wearables

Hands On: VR PARK-V3 Google Cardboard Headset

VR headsets are increasingly becoming mainstream in emerging parts of the world. While the west seems to be slowing the pace of adoption ahead of content frenzy coming next year, China and Taiwan seem to be the birthplaces of VR boom which is spreading like wildfire not just in their domestic markets, but also in countries like Indonesia. Some time ago our friends from GearBest send us their low price VR headset for smartphones, and now we will do a short review on this awesome cardboard headset. I am talking about VR PARK-V3 headset, designed for smartphones between 4.7 and 6 inches. It seems like yesterday

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Business, Buying Guides, Event, Holiday Shopping Guides, News, Smartphones, Tablets, VR World, Wearables

Best Deals for Christmas Shopping List on GearBest

After publishing several articles about the deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we are sharing couple of good deals on Christmas Sale by our friends from GearBest. I will put some of my best picks with this sale and if you want to see more you can see it all in the link provided here. This deals are active now, and they will be active for next six days. First off, headset that we reviewed and tested ourselves, world’s first 4K VR headset – the Pimax 4K. You can get this headset or just under $300, and if you wanted to buy it earlier –

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Android, Breaking, Business, Hardware, Mobile, Mobile Computing, News, Smartphones, VR World

OnePlus Discontinues 3 Phone, Replaces it with 3T

Shortly after the announcement of OnePlus 3T phone, OnePlus has confirmed that it will no longer be selling the smartphone in US and Europe. With this move OnePlus is pushing their customers to buy the newly announced OnePlus 3T. Sadly for the manufacturer, the long lead times for both the US and Europe means they could miss out on the Holiday Season 2016 sales. The OnePlus 3T comes with a somewhat larger battery (3,400mAh), extra storage option (128GB), an updated CPU (Qualcomm Snapdragon 821), and higher-resolution (16 MP) selfie-camera. The 64GB storage variant of the device costs $439, while the 128GB one carries a $479

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Augmented Reality (AR), Breaking, Business, Cloud Computing, Event, Gaming, Mobile, Mobile Computing, News, Smartphones, Software Programs, startups, Tablets, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World

UNITE Los Angeles 2016 Brings Cool Gaming News

UPDATE November 2nd, 2016 18:02 GMT: We received note from the PR team that the date for the release of EditorVR has shifted to “middle of December”, thus disregard what was said during the keynote video. Original Story Following the Unity Training Day on Halloween, October 31st, Unity launched pretty awesome features during the opening keynote for Unite Los Angeles 2016 conference. From Unity to Facebook we could hear a lot about new tools and features to provide enhanced graphics, performance, and production processes across console, mobile, VR and AR development, including Timeline, a new video player, and Octane Render. Also we found out more about New and

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Dlodlo Glass H1 3D Headset review

Shenzhen has always been a hotbed for peak hardware development. Both Intel and Microsoft have hundreds of engineers in their R&D centers located around the city, while there are over 150 VR headset manufacturers (data from Shenzhen City Government). The city will be the host of Microsoft’s WinHEC Conference in December. Still, majority of volume is expected to come from local players which have their path. Similar to other giants in the area, Dlodlo is a fast rising VR manufacturer with a rapid release schedule of different headsets. One such headset visited our offices. We recently got our hands on the new Dlodlo Glass H1 3D VR

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Augmented Reality (AR), Biotech, Breaking, Business, Google, Hardware, Internet of Things (IoT), Mobile, Mobile Computing, News, Smartphones, startups, Tablets, Technology Security, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World, Wearables, Wearables

Google Acquires Eyefluence Weeks before the Daydream Launch

Eyefluence is company founded by William Torch and Jim Maggraff, with the goals to create eye tracking system that measures the intent of your mind, not just the motions of your eyes in order to control technology. This new system would allow a user to control device through movements of users eyes. This kind of tech may seem unnecessary for present day smartphones and PC-s, but as the world of immersive computing continues to barrel towards us it will become infinitely more relevant. Google certainly thinks so as it has just acquired Eyefluence for itself. According to an official statement on the Eyefluence blog: “Today, we are excited to announce that

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Five Smartphone Games You Should Play

As the week progresses, there are numerous applications wying for your attention. Commuting to and from work, running errands all saw the removal of “idle time”, with us being engulfed with different applications on mobile phones. As smartphone displays have improved, game developers have taken advantage of the latest technology to add beautiful graphics to their creations. If you like playing smartphone games that mix beauty with fun, you’ll want to download these five titles to your mobile device. We list the five mobile experiences you should experience, including some AR and VR experiences that are on the way. Pokémon GO Price: Free, but in-app

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Asia Pacific (APAC), Breaking, Entertainment, Gaming, News, press releases, Smartphones, startups, Virtual Reality (VR)

NSFW: Miss Nanai Moans in English

From the dawn of entertainment, the destiny of standards was often taken in hand by the Adult Entertainment industry. While frowned up in the West, several countries in the Far East have a much more relaxed attitude towards such forms of entertainment. That is probably due to the fact that they’re a highly regulated industry – more so than alcohol and tobacco, for example. Just like VHS, DVD and the online content streaming, adult entertainment is making inroads into Virtual Reality, with one of leading publishers launching their content in English. VRJCC is a Japan based indie group that produced “Let’s Play With Nanai!” claiming to

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Breaking, Education, Entertainment, HTC, Mobile, News, Smartphones, startups, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World, Wearables, Wearables

Lifeliqe Partners with HTC Vive to Drive VR Education

Learning is a process that starts from the birth of a living being and only stops once our travels on this realm end. A lot of the answers is to a question “What is an adventure?” Fire in the ancient home? Roaming with dinosaurs? Learning and education? With the development of VR in education, all the learning experiences are beginning to unite – that’s the driving force behind Lifeliqe. The company provides a platform for creation, sharing and deployment of 3D objects into mobile, VR, AR and 3D printable media. “VR experience offers a completely different level of immersion and engagement and that’s why it’s perfect for use

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Android, Mobile, News, Samsung, Smartphones

Samsung Stops Production and Sales of Galaxy Note 7

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will probably go down the line as the most troublesome product in history of Samsung, and that says something. The Note started the “phablet” craze which resulted in every manufacturer – including Apple – coming out with a large “barely hold in the hand” smartphone. When it comes to the sixth generation (Samsung skipped Note 6), it will stay forever in infamy. After a rocky start with several random fires, and recall + replacement of faulty Note 7 models, Samsung experienced yet another problem – overheating. After the company replaced phones, those new units started to have the same problem as the old ones.

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