10 Virtual Reality Products At CES 2017 That Brought Us To Another World


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Project Alloy

Intel, Santa Clara, Calif., demonstrated Project Alloy, its wireless virtual reality headset that leverages its RealSense 3-D camera technology, which will be part of Windows Holographic, so Windows 10 PC users can utilize head-mounted displays to interact with 3-D applications. Intel, which in the past has leveraged its RealSense technology as part of its virtual reality strategy, showed how Project Alloy pushed those limits at CES. 

The headset is completely wireless, can track the user’s hands for interacting with virtual reality, and – unlike other headsets such as Oculus Rift and HTC Vive – doesn’t rely on a PC for processing power.




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