Category: Virtual Reality 360

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#3D TV is dead in Australia, but smartphone-based #VR3D #VR viewers may replace TVs

As I’ve said before, smart phones provide an inexpensive entry point for virtual reality viewing: A key benefit is that it does not require you to buy a new TV. Instead, you can use a smartphone, which 84% of Australians already have. Source: 3D television is dead… so what next? Consumer 3D TV died for multiple reasons Little to no...

VR 3D replacing 3D TV #VR #VR3D #VR360 #3D #3DTV

Source: Yes, you can afford to get into 3D VR video, and here are 3 options VR “cardboard-style” viewers provide a low cost way to watch VR 360 and VR 3D – whereas the consumer 3D TV market is disappearing, it appears to be replaced with online viewing of VR 3D content and games.

CNET thinks #VR is already dead, apparently #VR3D #VR360 #CES2017

The media bad mouthed 3D – falsely referring to eyeglasses as “goggles” – contributing to the stunted market for consumer 3D TV. This CNET story reads like those old stories – just change “3D” to”VR”: Virtual reality promises to be a mega-trend that upends how we use computers and just plain get along. So why’s it such a snooze at...