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MTBS3D Join Neil & his 1st Officer in his Messy Basement reviewing #StarTrekBridgeCrew from @UbisoftCanada! #VR #StarTrekhttps://t.co/RNfgC5VoQR
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: I predict Gran Turismo Sport will be a killer app for PSVR. The racing is very good and the content is deep @PlayStation
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: Cool! I was able to get an RSVP for PlayStation VR Gran Turismo Sport this morning. @PlayStation #E32107 @MTBS3D #VR http…
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: Forza 7 looks really good, especially on a really big screen and fancy motion rig! @ForzaMotorsport @MTBS3D #E32017 https…
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: MotoGP17 and F12017 look good, but no VR support on launch @SquareEnix @MTBS3D #E32017 https://t.co/rKb105fz02
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: New TS-XW Racer with Sparco rim running Project Cars 2 in VR! @TMThrustmaster @MTBS3D #E32017 #VR https://t.co/yYtnWXkN65
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: Awesome Motion Platform V3 driving rig and F1GT seats from Next Level Racing! @nextlvlracing @MTBS3D #E32107 https://t.co
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: Project Cars 2 in #VR with motion rig - yesterday the demo setup had huge triples in addition to the Oculus @BandaiNamcoU
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: Bethesda VR showing Skyrim, Fallout 4 and Doom with PC and PSVR @bethesda @MTBS3D #E32017 #VR https://t.co/XuCb6nyMzC
MTBS3D How many #VR lawsuits are there currently in the courts? #Oculus #Zenimax #UploadVR #Samsung #TechnoViewhttps://t.co/QfnKUfxOdN

Sue, Sue, Sue...

Lawyer Cat

It's really unbelievable how many VR related court cases are ongoing!  Check out this list...
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Is HTC Pulling its Punches?

HTC Vive
Dan O'brien, General Manager at HTC confirmed that Vive 2 will not be released until there is a meaningful innovation to be had.  In the meantime, HTC has been placing a stronger focus on add-on enhancements like wireless capabilities, new trackers, and audio strap.

In this author's opinion, bumping up the resolution isn't all that major an innovation for a display maker, though it would require retooling and all the expenses that come with releasing a completely new product line.  Our theory, and it's just a theory, is that HTC is pulling back its punches because they recognize that dramatically increasing the resolution translates to a decline in audience potential.  Why?  More pixel counts mean more processing power to back it up.  More required processing power means bigger start-up expenses for new VR gamers.  More start-up expenses...fewer customers for HTC and others.
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CORRECTIONS: Microsoft Grows the Mix With Mixed Reality

Big corrections and updates below!

Microsoft Mixed Reality

It's time for a new round of immersive devices!  This time, Microsoft is throwing its hat into the ring with a slew of anticipated mixed reality (MR) HMD makers like Acer, HP, ASUS, Dell, and Lenovo.
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