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MTBS3D HTC cancels plans HTC branded standalone Google Daydream #VR headset. https://t.co/xFw6vAI1jp
MTBS3D Intel entering discrete GPU market. https://t.co/K9PHIlOhPl https://t.co/Xh1m6fYyCE
MTBS3D Jeff Miller of Humaneyes, talks about their new @VuzeCamera. Special promotional offer in video, too! #360videohttps://t.co/twUs3tZLQZ
MTBS3D Shane Michael Design discusses a new educational #VR experience about #marijuana at @GetImmersed. #VirtualRealityhttps://t.co/reZrSmrdOp
MTBS3D Our interview w/Nick Brown of @StereoDToronto on his work in @bladerunner from @GetImmersed! #3D #VR #Immersed2017https://t.co/nxSCeIBlok
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: Check out @AjayFry of @SpaceChannel at #Immersed2017 on tonight’s episode of InnerSPACE at 7:00 pm EST! #VR #AR #MR https:…
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: .@pumcypuhoy from @tomshardware got immersed with the #8K #VR headset from @pimaxofficial at #Immersed2017! #VirtualRealit
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: Come down to the Ontario Science Centre & experience #VirtualReality! We’re here w/our FREE public exhibit until 5:00pm! #…

MSI #YesWeBuild Campaign on or Off the Mark?


We really appreciate what MSI is trying to do with this.  Kind of surprised VR wasn't included in the list.  What impressions do you walk away with after watching the video?  Does it speak to you?  Do you think it speaks to others?
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Firefox Activates WebVR by Default!


WebVR is a Javascript platform that makes it possible to code virtual reality experiences through common browsers to run on products like the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Sony PlaytStation VR, Samsung Gear VR, Google Daydream, and more.

WebVR Compatibility

Not all browsers are born equal, however!  Mozilla is first out of the gate honoring the spec and turning the WebVR API on by default in the just released Mozilla Firefox browser (version 55+).

According the the Mozilla compatibility table, this Firefox WebVR release runs on both desktop and mobile platforms.

As cool as online virtual reality is, there could be a greater opportunity to be had here.  Could the browsers themselves prove to be strong marketing material to promote the benefits of virtual reality and immersive technology?  Will the addition of the feature help grow the user base?
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Archangel Out For Oculus Rift and HTC Vive


Aren't Mechs fun?  Originally released on Sony's PlayStation VR two weeks ago, this story-driven massive robot combat game is now available for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift through Steam and the Oculus Store for $29.99 USD.

Going to check it out and report our findings soon enough!
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