The chipmaker unveils LiquidVR, new software to support VR game engines.
By Damon Poeter
SAN FRANCISCO—Advanced Micro Devices envisions an immersive virtual reality that provides a “full sensory experience” of sights, sounds, and more.
Yep, AMD wants to build the holodeck. And surprise, surprise—the chip maker says it’s uniquely qualified to carry VR to the next level. The company on Tuesday introduced its new LiquidVR software development kit, designed to support VR software engines used by the likes of Facebook subsidiary Oculus VR.