E3 Shows More Mature Virtual Reality, But It Still Has Room To Grow

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E3 Shows More Mature Virtual Reality, But It Still Has Room To Grow

by Wochit 0:40 mins

E3 Shows More Mature Virtual Reality, But It Still Has Room To Grow

by Wochit 0:40 mins

At this year's E3, virtual reality wasn't cloistered away into secret meeting rooms. For the first time in the trade show's history, VR hardware and software sat on the show floor, in an area reserved for giant first-party publishers like Sony and Nintendo. Both the Oculus Rift and Sony's Project Morpheus were playable by anyone with an E3 badge, and there were long lines for both virtual reality headsets. But both these headsets' creators will quickly point out they are only prototypes, and not ready for prime-time.

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