The VRScout Report – The Week in VR Review

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Like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift require a PC (albeit a heavy-duty one) to power your virtual exploring, the PSVR requires a PlayStation 4 console. As the current PS4 user base is over 40M, the console-powered VR rig is at a distinct advantage over the Vive and Rift, which have had to create install bases from nothing (with that being said, there have been 140K HTC Vive units sold since its release in April).

NextVR Is Broadcasting NBA Games Live In Virtual Reality Every Tuesday

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Although, Keens indicated that owners of other headsets, such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, should expect to hear more concerning apps for those systems “in the next couple of weeks.” ” The first NextVR broadcast will be the San Antonio Spurs at the Sacramento Kings. California-based VR content company NextVR has made live, immersive sports broadcasting one of its missions. Today, that crusade moves another step forward.

Get up Close and Personal With VR Escape Room Specialist Entermission

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Taking to TransWorld’s Room Escape Show & Conference in San Antonio, Texas this week, Entermission aims to provide an engaging VR escape room experience without operators needing lots of expensive floor space. In conjunction with the chairs, the Entermission system uses HTC Vive Pro headsets as well as Leap Motion hand tracking to solve puzzles.