VRTV’s Weekly Roundup: Google’s Standalone Headset, Microsoft’s New Controllers, HTC Vive Financing and Loads More

Well what a week its been since VRFocus’ last VRTV roundup. With conferences galore from Microsoft and Google its been wall to wall hardware news. So this week’s video from Nina is stuffed full of the best bits in case you missed any of it.
Last saw Microsoft release further details on its new ‘Mixed Reality’ head-mounted display (HMD), whilst launching pre-orders for the dev kits, the second installment of horror title Syren has arrived from Hammerhead VR, and Google just happened to confirm a standalone Daydream headset that would be manufactured by HTC.


This week’s stories, click here for more information on each:

Google Announces Standalone Headset To Be Made By HTC And Lenovo
Google Expeditions To Get AR Support This Year
Samsung Galaxy S8 Gets Google Daydream Support
Hammerhead VR Releases Episode 2 Of Horror Experience Syren
IMAX VR Centres To Showcase VR Experience Raising A Rukus
EVERSPACE To Launch This Month With Full VR Support
Oculus Working On Improved VR Image Display
HTC Vive Financing Offers UK Customers Headset For £35 A Month
Microsoft Announce Motion Controllers For Windows 10 VR
Pre-Orders For Windows 10 VR Development Kits Available


Source: VRTV’s Weekly Roundup: Google’s Standalone Headset, Microsoft’s New Controllers, HTC Vive Financing and Loads More