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MTBS3D Are you going to go for the GO? The #OculusGo is #Facebook's first foray into standalone HMDs. #FacebookF8 #VRhttps://t.co/3iPcvd7lRG
MTBS3D Ana Ribeiro talked to Neil about her new 80's style @pixelripped #VirtualReality game at @OfficialGDC. #GDC 2018… https://t.co/P1uTSlhczW
MTBS3D MTBS interviewed @3rdeyestudiosfi at @OfficialGDC about their new game Downward Spiral Horus Station. #GDC2018 #VRhttps://t.co/xYZlN5mdlr
MTBS3D We interviewed @Survios at @OfficialGDC about their new #VR boxing title, Creed Rise to Glory. #GDC2018https://t.co/boztTx4iab
MTBS3D .@tifcagroup was launched last month. This is the introductory presentation for future computing, TIFCA, and things… https://t.co/vRVPBoAnMi
MTBS3D RT @tifcagroup: .@OGamingAlliance and @official_ita3d merge to form The International Future Computing Alliance. #GDC2018 #tifca https://t.…
MTBS3D We interviewed @Scale1Portal at @CES and they talked about their new location based arcade system that features ro… https://t.co/DoAQMWdMt8
MTBS3D .@nomadeec demonstrated their latest telemedicine software on the Microsoft Hololens at @CES. It’s designed to make… https://t.co/AVWpCuro4A

Royole Gives Royal HMD Treatment At CES

Darth Vader Speaker at CES 2018Check out our interview with Royole about their new line of high definition HMDs.  They aren't VR devices, but we were impressed with their image quality and practicality.  See what you think.
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Lenovo Wields the Immersive Force at CES 2018

Lenovo's Jedi Challenges LightsaberLenovo gave an amazing tour of their immersive technology at CES this year.  Everything from their Jedi Challenges lightsaber product to Lenovo Mirage Solo to Windows Mixed Reality and much more.  They even managed to throw in the worst Star Wars joke we ever heard!

Check out the interview and see what you think!
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NIST at CES 2018

NIST Exhibit at CES 2018Among other things, the National Institute of Standards and Technology is responsible for the atomic clock!  Check out our interview with NIST and see what amazing use cases they've come up with for virtual reality.
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