MOBILE VIRTUAL REALITY Posts on XDA

In 2019, HTC will focus on its existing U12+ flagship and release new mid-rangers

Following the announcement of the HTC Desire 12s, Darren Chen, the Taiwanese company's president, has said that the company plans to focus on the HTC U12+ flagship line-up while also releasing new mid-range devices going into 2019. HTC hasn't been in a great place in recent years, with revenue declining year over year. While we don't...

Firefox Reality is a new web browser built for Oculus, Viveport, and Daydream VR

While it would appear that virtual reality has fallen off in popularity in recent years, companies are still putting a considerable amount of work into it. We've seen Google working on adding support for multiple controllers in a possible future hardware revision of the Google Daydream, and Qualcomm announced a chip earlier this year directly...

Google Daydream could soon support multiple controllers

Google Daydream VR is Google’s virtual reality solution for mobile devices. What started as more of a cool tech demo has turned into a whole lot more, as it's a somewhat popular gaming platform now, too. Complete with Unity support, developers can develop games for it pretty easily. Interestingly, the changelog for the latest version of the...

Google Talks About the Certification Process for Daydream at CES 2017

The virtual reality market has been booming in the past few months thanks to the success of the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Other companies are hoping to expand virtual reality to broader markets by introducing cheaper alternatives to the high-end, gaming centered VR products. Google debuted their Daydream VR platform last year at Google I/O...

VR Space: The Last Mission – VR Game Review

There is a lot of talk about virtual reality right now, and while the HTC Vive and Oculus are the big players, Google Cardboard still has some power. XDA TV Host TK takes a look at a VR game for your Google Cardboard. Check out this video to learn about VR Space: The Last Mission,...

XDA/Android Podcast Episode 17: “HTC 10 Out of 10???”

The XDA/Android podcast will bring you the best news each week from the perspective of the XDA team and r/android users. Each week you can find our latest episode here, on Youtube, Pocketcasts and on your favorite podcast app through the RSS feed: http://www.buzzsprout.com/49234.rssIn this episode of the XDA/Android podcast the team discusses the latest...

Best Google Cardboard Headset

This week we've shown you the best Google Cardboard Apps and how to take photos and videos in VR. In order to truly experience any of these as they are meant to be, you need a Cardboard device. Which device is best? In this video we look at 4 different Cardboard devices and pick the...

Take VR Photos and Videos with Google Cardboard

There is a lot of talk about Virtual Reality right now. One inexpensive option to experience VR is Google Cardboard. In today's video we show you how to take photos and videos in virutal reality. Check out the video and remember there are all sorts of cool and interesting mobile VR developments on our Google...

Best Google Cardboard Apps

There is a lot of talk about Virtual Reality right now. There are many expensive devices that help you experience VR. However, with a cheap Google Cardboard device and the apps featured in this video, you can experience VR with just your mobile device. Check out the video and remember there are all sorts of...

IonVR Virtual Reality Headset with Intel RealSense at CES 2016 – XDA TV

CES 2016 is upon us and XDA TV Host TK is at the event covering all the exciting announcements. Recently, we talked to XDA Senior Recognized Developer Chainfire and the guys at IonVR at the Big Android BBQ about their virtual reality product. At CES 2016 IonVR and Intel have put together a VR demo which showcases...

IonVR Partners With Intel to Create Untethered 6-Degrees-Of-Freedom VR Experience on Mobile

CES 2016 is proving to be the battleground for technologies of the future, as more and more companies look to draw attention to their products and developments. A lot of these new products have the potential to shape the future of how we interact with our environment and the things around us, whether it be...