The Best VR Meditation Apps to Try

ARPost

Devices: Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Go. Devices: Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Go. Featuring superb, calming landscapes from Iceland in 4K quality, the app is developed by an award-winning startup and includes music by bands like GusGus and Sigur Rós.

Sick of AirPods? OnePlus Buds Pro get almost everything right.

Mashable VR

Less than a month removed from the release of the fabulous Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 , the OnePlus Buds Pro are here to offer another alternative to Apple's dominance in the wireless earbuds game. The race to make AirPods obsolete is heating up, thanks to a new contender from OnePlus.

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Hands-on: Dell Mobile Connect Brings Your Smartphone into VR With a Few Caveats

Road to VR

Propping the physical Samsung Galaxy S8 on the keyboard facing me, I was able to unlock the screen, open any app on the phone, respond to calls and talk through the headset’s integrated microphone and headphones. While blowing the screen up to an impossibly large size and playing the mobile version of Fruit Ninja sitting in a photogrammetry scene of the Icelandic countryside , it struck me just how much I’d missed the sheer capability of my phone in VR.

Virtual & Augmented Reality: 6 Trends That Will Be Huge in 2018

Empact Labs

Now you can jump into the picture and view a 360-degree video of the aurora in Iceland. The world’s first Virtual Reality Cinema is opening in the Netherlands this year, Samsung and Six Flags are creating VR roller coasters, and IMAX just invested millions in VR Arcades. Instead, imagine a theater packed with swivel chairs, each donned with the latest Samsung Gear tech. 2017 already saw Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality changing the way we work and live.

The Ghost Howls’s VR Week Peek (2019.10.27): Quest sales are not taking off, Minecraft Earth launches in Early Access and much more!

The Ghost Howls

The two lucky countries are New Zealand and Iceland. Samsung will manufacture the chips for Facebook AR glasses. According to the Korean outlet “The Electronic Times”, Samsung will manufacture the tracking chips that will be used by Facebook AR glasses. A new patent highlights the possible design of future Samsung AR glasses. In a patent filed by Samsung and spotted by Galaxy Club, it is possible to see the design of what appears to be an augmented reality glass.