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Pico, North And nReal Dominate XR At CES 2020

Since both AR and VR are in the enterprise phase of development, it makes sense that there was very little AR and VR at CES 2020. In fact, these technologies are grouped within the very large gaming section at the exhibition, which can lead to some very confusing booth placements and unnecessary walking around. That …

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The Oculus Quest Supply Situation Does A Disservice To The VR Community And Developers

Many people are excited about buying the Oculus Quest—for many it will be their first VR headset. While it will be one of many for me, this one certainly is different. The Oculus Quest represents all that is needed from a VR headset and backs it up with a very solid library of titles and …

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HP Takes Innovation Past Thin, Light And Low Power At Computex 2019

Last week at Computex 2019 in Taipei, Taiwan, HP Inc., announced its updated lineups of business and consumer laptops that you can expect to see for corporate Windows 10 refreshes and the “back to school” buying season. HP Inc. announced growth last quarter in its PC business with a 2% improvement and big commercial gains …

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ARM’s New Mali D77 Processor Is All About VR

Many are familiar with ARM and its CPUs and GPUs. They are found in billions of devices around the world and help to power some of the fastest SoCs inside today’s leading smartphones. However, ARM also makes a whole host of other processors, including neural processing units (NPUs) for AI and display processing units (DPUs) …

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Initial CES 2019 Observations: Patrick Moorhead

I spent the week in Las Vegas and wanted to share with you my initial CES 2019 observations: What happened: Intelligence: Amazon Alexa dominated the show with its services and partners while Google tried really hard to catch up with Amazon, even going so far as to build a roller coaster ride to get attention. …

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Is VR The Next Frontier For Operators?

The Lenovo Mirage Solo VR headset. ANSHEL SAG As the VR industry continues to grow, we’re seeing more and more standalone devices like the Oculus Go, HTC Vive Focus, Lenovo Mirage, and soon the Oculus Quest. I have spent a considerable amount of time with these standalone VR devices and believe that they represent the future …

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VirtualLink: Everything USB Type-C Is Supposed To Be

Source: Anshel Sag As a tech analyst, I am a close follower of forward-looking technologies like DisplayPort, USB Type-C, and VR. For the longest time, the hopes and dreams of technologies like DisplayPort Alt Mode and USB Type-C have been limited by the complexity of the PC ecosystem. Now, the VirtualLink consortium (comprised of leading VR innovators …

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Eye Tracking Has The Potential To Completely Change AR And VR

Eye Tracking Technology Note: Moor Insights & Strategy Analyst Anshel Sag made significant contributions to this blog. AR and VR are still in the growth phase of development with billions of R&D and content money being poured in annually. A lot of that money is being invested in technologies to improve the experience as the …

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Wonderspaces: The Future Of Immersive Media

The author inside a Wonderspaces exhibit. Today I wanted to talk about Wonderspaces, a series of fully-immersive curated art installations and VR experiences that I believe represents a unique new approach to art and technology. I have had the opportunity to attend Wonderspaces in San Diego twice, once last year in its Mission Valley location, …

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HP Inc. Expands Device-As-A-Service Offering With Apple, Workstations And VR

HP will offer Apple iPhones, iPads and Macs in its DaaS program Whether it’s Microsoft Azure IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-service), Salesforce.com SaaS (software as a service), Uber (rides), VRBO (homes) and even HomeAdvisor (people), “X”-as-a-Service is one of the biggest trends in technology right now. XaaS has been enabled by reducing friction between the buyer and the …

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CES 2018: Virtual Reality And Augmented Reality Get Another Shot

Analyst Anshel Sag tries out Black Box VR at CES 2018. I have been tracking and reporting on VR and AR trends since I joined Moor Insights & Strategy in 2014. There is no doubt that 2015 was the beginning of the hype cycle for VR, with it eventually culminating in disappointment at the end of …

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Lenovo Unveils New Digital Assistants, AR Glasses And Cameras And ThinkPads At CES 2018

CES 2018 – New Lenovo Mirage VR Camera Last week, I and several other members of the Moor Insights & Strategy team attended CES 2018 in Las Vegas. The premier, annual consumer electronics conference presents a great opportunity for companies to showcase their newest products and services, and I was excited to see what Lenovo had …

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Intel Dazzles At CES 2018 Keynote And Gives Progress On Neuromorphic And Quantum Computing

  Intel CES 2018 This past week, I and several other members of the Moor Insights & Strategy team camped out at CES 2018 in Las Vegas to learn as much as we can about the latest in consumer electronics technology, trends and company strategies. The conference is not only a great opportunity for startups to …

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Lenovo Leans Into VR With Google Daydream At CES 2018

  Lenovo’s newly announced Mirage Solo and Camera. Lenovo is without a doubt one of the companies in the tech industry that are willing to take risks—especially when it comes to new platforms like VR and AR. This is extremely evident in the company’s relationship with Google — Lenovo was the first company to ship a …

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Intel Officially Launches New 8th Gen Chip With AMD Radeon RX Vega Graphics

Intel’s 8th Generation Core Processor with RX Vega M Graphics Intel and AMD have been competitors for a very long time. But times have changed and AMD and Intel are now working together on something that truthfully helps both companies. That product is Kaby Lake G also known as Intel 8th Gen Core with Radeon …

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E3 2017 Key Analyst Takeaways: All About New Platforms

E3 is one of the world’s biggest gaming shows and arguably the one with the most fanfare and attention from industry watchers. All the biggest game publishers make their biggest announcements of the year at E3, and many of their developer and hardware partners do as well. So naturally, E3 is a generally important show …

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IDC’s Data Shows VR is Not Dying, Not Even Close

VR is not dead. VR is not dying. VR is very much alive according to IDC’s numbers. Apple’s WWDC 2017 keynote made that abundantly clear with their announcement of support for external Metal graphics, HTC Vive, SteamVR and Metal VR. The VR market is only starting and now that all the biggest players in the …

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