MTBS3D We interviewed @Scale1Portal at @CES and they talked about their new location based arcade system that features ro…
MTBS3D .@nomadeec demonstrated their latest telemedicine software on the Microsoft Hololens at @CES. It’s designed to make…
MTBS3D We interviewed Jeff Miller about the new @VuzeCamera Vuze Plus 360-3D camera and underwater gear at @CES. #CES2018
MTBS3D .@3dRudder is a foot controller peripheral that is primarily intended for #VR gamers looking for alternative locomo…
MTBS3D Check out our interview from @CES with @RoyoleOfficial about their new line of high definition HMDs. #CES2018
MTBS3D Check out our interview with @usnistgov from @CES, and see what amazing use cases they've come up with for…
MTBS3D Check out our interview with #Pisofttech from @CES. They have a #8K #360camera that has built in stitching and stre…
MTBS3D National Organization of Theatre Owners talks #VirtualReality in movie theatres at @CES. #CES2018 #VR
MTBS3D .@htcvive was in full swing at @CES with a new Vive Pro announcement & improvements to HTC Viveport. Check out our…

eSight Opens Some Eyes at CES 2018

eSight Glasses at CES 2018One of the big trends at CES 2018 were glasses that make it possible for the legally blind to see again.  Today we have our interview with eSight.  Check it out and see what you think!
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Qualcomm Talks VR at CES 2018

Mobile HTC Vive Focus at Qualcomm CES 2018 ExhibitQualcomm is at the heart of most of the leading brands that are making high-end mobile virtual reality devices.  Jeff Roorda, Senior Staff Software Engineer at Qualcomm Technologies, gives an inside look at what they do in the virtual reality ecosystem and some products we have to look forward to.  Check out the interview and see what you think!
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The Gloves Come Off at Bebop Sensors!

Bebop Sensors' Gloves at CES 2018
Today we've got our interview with Beebop Sensors.  This was a cool find on the showroom floor because they developed an affordable technique to accurately capture the movement of your fingers and hand in a virtual reality environment.  Check out the interview and see what you think!
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