Ten million Google Cardboard VR headsets have been shipped since its launch in 2014. Not a bad number for a dirt cheap alternative to some of the more luxurious VR headsets currently out there.
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Teasing a low price point and premium quality of its upcoming VR headset, Xiaomi has unveiled the 'Mi VR Play', which appears to be a competitor to the Google Cardboad headset.
Xiaomi might be planning to launch a VR headset of its own, as it has sent out a teaser with August 1 as the date. A Weibo account dedicated to the company's VR efforts has also been discovered.
OnePlus has launched the Loop VR headset, which will have a major role to play in the launch of the company's OnePlus 3 smartphone next month as customers will be able to buy the device in VR.
Google is reportedly getting ready to launch a successor to its inexpensive Cardboard VR headset. The new version is expected to come with a wide range of improvements, including a plastic shell.
Verizon is now offering its 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Google Cardboard viewers in limited quantities. The viewers are available in four different designs; BB-8, R2-D2, Kylo Ren & Stormtrooper.
An unannounced product from Microsoft called 'VR Kit' has been spotted in a contest on the company's Russian website, where it has urged developers to create apps for the virtual reality device.
Google recently introduced 360-degree videos to YouTube and they've already seen a bit of success. Now the company is allowing advertisers to take advantage of this VR-compatible technology.
Chinese smartphone startup, OnePlus, will be launching its next flagship smartphone on 27th of July using virtual reality to allow its fans to experience the product launch from wherever they want.
A group of high school students are making waves with their VR headset that resembles Google Cardboard, but predates it by over a week. The headset is made with household items and a mobile phone.
You might have hurdle grumblings about a piece of cardboard that was given out to Google I/O attendees. While this "tech" might not be extravagant, it is a unique piece that could push VR forward.