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“Future of VR is Difficult,” Says PC Chip-Maker AMD

By August 11, 2014March 24th, 2020Newswires

AMD execs say concerns around resolution, graphics horsepower, and a lack of focus may derail the fledgling VR technology.

By Mark Walton 

Thanks in part to Facebook’s purchase of Oculus VR, virtual reality might well be the current darling of the tech world, but not everyone is convinced. Speaking to GameSpot, AMD’s Richard Huddy and Darren Grasby expressed concerns about the future of VR.

“I have to say I find [Steam OS] quite hard to figure out, in the same way the future of VR is difficult,” said Huddy. “It’s clear that there’s big investment that some people care about a lot. I put on a VR headset recently and just felt like throwing up.”

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