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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Virtual Reality (VR) In China

China Could Be Virtual Reality’s Dark Horse

Janko Roettgers | May 12, 2016

Walk the floor of CES Asia in Shanghai this week, and you’ll see many familiar products. Big TVs, loudspeakers, internet-connected household appliances. But seemingly at every other booth, there’s also something else, and it always seems to draw crowds: virtual reality (VR) headsets.
A few of the bigger international players, including Hisense and Intel, have brought along demos of the HTC Vive. But many more local Chinese companies are showing off their own headsets. Google Cardboard clones, all-in-one mobile units, VR devices that look like sunglasses, augmented reality (AR) glasses that could pass as Google Glass: VR and AR are everywhere at the trade show.

"A Company Serving 100 Million Gamers Wants to Help Bring Your VR Game to China." Source:

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