2017 Military Virtual Training and Simulation Summit Happening October 31 In Arlington, Virginia

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The 2017 Military Virtual Training and Simulation Summit takes place in Arlington, VA October 31st and November 1st, 2017. The 2017 Military Virtual Training and Simulation Summit allows US Military, government agencies, educational leaders, and solution-providers to come together in a town-hall forum to discuss the current and future direction of virtual training and simulation.

Rage of the Gargoyles Virtual Reality Ride at Six Flags

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Six Flags theme parks in Vallejo, California, and Arlington, Texas will unveil the Rage of the Gargoyles Roller Coaster to guests on September 30. Riders will climb on board a traditional roller coaster and have the option of riding with a Samsung Gear VR headset (no extra fee) Passengers will fly at speeds of 55 mph as they fly off the edge of a building and dash through a cityscape filled with hazardous and flying debris while trying to destroy the master gargoyle!

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Microsoft Now Hosts Free HoloLens Demos Across US & Canada

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Arlington, The Fashion Centre at Pentagon City. Haven’t been able to make it to any of the big gaming expos (or you don’t know anyone with the $3,000 AR headset)? Microsoft Stores across the US and Canada are now hosting free HoloLens demos, so you can finally see what the hubbub is all about.

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Sansar Partners With Overwatch For Esports VR Streaming

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The Houston Outlaws are no strangers to strong community building, having recently partnered with the city of Arlington, Texas to build an extravagant multimillion dollar esports venue as well having completed the first-ever esports player signing tour in the United States. Virtual meet-and-greets, social watch spaces and exclusive Overwatch League merchandise make their way to Linden Labs’ social VR platform.

Enterprise VR Specialist Varjo Opens US Headquarters

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Varjo Technologies, the Finnish company behind the $6,000 USD Varjo VR-1 industrial virtual reality (VR) headset continues to accelerate its global expansion plans this week announcing the opening of its new US headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.