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VIVE TALK – Browse the Web in VR with VIVE Flow and Firefox Reality

HTC VIVE YouTube Channel – 12.20.21

 

We’ve been using our VIVE Flow Immersive VR Glasses to browse the Web in VR with Firefox Reality. Let us show you why we think it’s great. https://www.vive.com/us/product/vive-… https://www.viveport.com/22a9b15a-a65… #VIVEFlow #VR #Firefox

Source: VIVE TALK – Browse the Web in VR with VIVE Flow and Firefox Reality

HTC VIVE expands VIVERSE with the launch of the VIVE Arts NFT store

HTC VIVE Blog – 12.9.21

HTC’s Viverse strategy is to break down barriers between the real and virtual worlds, with immersion as the focal point. Since 2016, we’ve relentlessly pushed growth and supported innovation in the XR space, spanning hardware, platforms, content through strategic investments and partnerships. In the future the digital space will need to include enabling seamless transactions across both fiat currency and cryptocurrencies, owning items and NFT trading, using your wallet-as-identity, connecting and collaborating, encryption, privacy and much more.

Source: HTC VIVE expands VIVERSE with the launch of the VIVE Arts NFT store – VIVE Blog

HTC VIVE Trackers: A Powerful VR Accessory that Can Bring More Reality into Virtual Reality

HTC VIVE Blog – 1.27.21 (1.25.21)

There has always been the desire to better connect virtual reality with actual reality, and within that desire most noticeably how to bring more from the real-world in. After all, the goal of VR is to make users feel completely immersed in an experience, and if some part of that experience is lacking then it’s harder to let oneself fully embrace the technology. Of course, it all starts with a headset and controllers, but both developers and consumers continue to demand more tools to fully realize their ideas on what VR should be.

Source: HTC VIVE Trackers: A Powerful VR Accessory that Can Bring More Reality into Virtual Reality

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