Back in July, we reported on the reveal of VirtualLink, a new VR standard designed to make the next generation PC VR headsets much more accessible devices. At the time major players like Oculus, Valve, Microsoft, Nvidia and AMD all backed the project but there was one key name missing: HTC Vive. That changes this week.
Vive just announced that it’s joining the VirtualLink Consortium at the 2018 XRDC event in San Francisco. In a blog post Daniel O’Brien, GM of Vive in the US, said that the company was “working to define not only a connection
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