Intel Reveals The Project Alloy Wireless VR Headset

One of the biggest tech companies in the world has entered the VR space today as Intel has revealed the Project Alloy VR headset, which will be wireless. According to Intel the headset has all the processing power built in, and will be looking to be part of a market that merges reality. One of the main features will be being able to use real world objects within Project Alloy experiences.

Intel will be making the headset open source and will also make its RealSense programming software available for other manufacturers so they can produce their own headsets, but these systems will be limited to running on Windows 10.

Source: The Verge

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  1. It didn’t perform too well when it was demonstrated on stage, it took a few goes for it to pickup his hands and the visuals weren’t very good. But it’s early days and having no tether is a great plus point.

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