Monday in CE: NVIDIA Wants to Elevate VR/AR Experience, Google Home Max is a Beautiful Blob
The road to our current iteration of VR products has been a seemingly wild one. It started with just a handful of companies flirting with the idea, followed by a massive disappointment in price points, a wave of imitators, and ultimately a saturated market of bulky headsets and limited content.
It was a hurry-up-and-wait kind of moment that consumers probably won't forget... or maybe NVIDIA's newest design will make them forget about all their past grievances.
Known for their domination in the custom computer market, NVIDIA wants to not only retool the way VR interacts in our lives, they want to break off into an entirely new direction. A new article published by their research group is an optimized experience that interfaces "all computing." That means smartphones, laptops, TVs, hell even radios will get some form of their streamlined and target VR interface.