Many of the big players in the virtual reality world are getting together at the Vision Summit in Hollywood, California next week. As media partners, the Immersive Technology Alliance is stoked because not only will this be keynoted by the likes of Valve, Google, Unity, Sony, Oculus, NASA, and more - we have the honor of closing out the show with a stellar session and panel!
Today we've got part two of our interview with AMD at CES 2016. Robert Hallock, Technical Marketing Manager for AMD, showcases a new Razer peripheral that makes is possible to connect an external GPU to your notebook computer to bring it up to desktop levels. This has great potential for virtual reality and gamers that are not yet prepared to buy a portable computer promoted as VR Ready. We're wondering if this could represent a potential cost savings as well for superior graphics power.