Google Daydream and some questions I have about VR
Teddy Mitrosilis

I think that we’re going to see a “second-generation” type mobile headsets. Something along the lines of making Mobile VR Headsets more advanced with other tracking features like the Nolo on Kickstarter.

TechCrunch states —

HTC’s not going to just replicate the Gear VR or Daydream approach, however, based on Chang’s comments. He told CNET that the company has “a good plan in terms of combining mobility with VR,” and added that “it’s not a phone slapped into a headset.” Chang also reiterated the importance of VR to the company’s overall efforts, adding that “we’re a VR company, we’re going to have something” in terms of a mobile offering.

I’m pretty pumped for the future of VR.

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