Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are poised to revolutionize the world of shopping and change the way we make purchases.
With Apple recently unveiling its Vision Pro headset and Google and Samsung working on similar devices, there is growing excitement around augmented and virtual reality. However, developers face challenges creating apps across multiple platforms due to differences in native codebases.
Google's new collaboration with Samsung on a new mixed reality headset could change the game in a number of ways.
The new VR headset from Samsung and Google will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon XR2 chip, which is designed for high-end VR experiences. The headset will also have a high-resolution display and a wide field of view, making it possible for users to experience immersive VR content.
Step into the realm of the metaverse, where virtual reality intertwines with our physical world, and you'll discover a landscape ripe with potential. Recent research reveals that the United States, renowned for its innovative prowess, is poised to lead the global development of the metaverse.
Meta, have now surpassed 20 million VR headsets sold worldwide, which is some feat, but the promised land of mass user engagement, and a real push towards making extended reality usage a daily occurrence has fallen somewhat short of the mark.
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