WMR Reviews (Official)
With the leaks of HTC’s new Vive Flow VR Headset shocking the world merely two days before the announcement on Thursday, it’s all part of the greater pattern of tech companies using “leaks” as part of its promotion circle. What’s even more disturbing to many VR and WMR enthusiasts, is even in 2021 we are… Read More »Do Leaks Reveal HTC’s new Vive Flow VR Headset is NOT Wireless?
After what feels like decades, the long-awaited HP Reverb G2 has finally been released and hit the markets. Originally, little was known or even confirmed about the VR Headset – as HP had closely kept many of its secrets at hand. We finally see what HP has crafted with the full spec sheet compared to… Read More »HP Reverb G2 Review – Comparison to Quest 2 & SteamVR
The haptic feedback on virtual reality and windows mixed reality is improving rapidly. It seems that we can now create the sensation of texture in virtual reality to a much higher fidelity than in the past. We are also working on touch and smell, using advanced olfaction systems for VR immersion. This is where our… Read More »Genitals and Haptic Feedback: The Coming Age of VR Headsets
Concerning VR screens, if you think about it – what are they? They’re still just a screen of sorts and nothing more. The refresh rate is not actually ‘what makes it look smooth’ as that would be giving them too much credit.You might say that the refresh rate makes it look smoother, but that is… Read More »The Refresh Rate on VR Headsets is What Prevents Nausea
Everyone who thinks of biometrics regarding Windows Mixed Reality or virtual reality headsets always assumes you’re talking about security. This is simply because security purposes are the most common uses for biometric data. From fingerprint sensors to the eye or retinal scanners, there is a whole other world out there that’s ripe for the picking!… Read More »Biometrics: The Four Horsemen of Sensory Data
The use of a Windows Mixed Reality headset is to be able to interact with a simulated environment. To do so, you must have the Windows Mixed Reality Environment software on your computer. You can download many different software components for it, depending on what kind of simulation you want. The new functionality of WMR… Read More »New Expanded Functionality with WMR Headsets Looks Promising!
I have not used SteamVR, but it is clear that it is a tool for using a virtual reality computer. A VR headset is also considered virtual reality technology, as long as the user interacts with an alternate world existing only in their mind. I think most people would agree that this makes them compatible.… Read More »SteamVR Now Works 100% With WMR VR Headsets
Lenses on VR headsets work by allowing the user to see a view of the outside world. The lenses can be adjusted based on data input from sensors, which allow for more or less magnification. In short, the lenses work by funneling light into the eyes of the wearer. The light is then interpreted as… Read More »How Do The Lenses On VR Headsets Work?