Microsoft leads us to the age of virtual reality with these cheaper but more powerful VR headgear compared to the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Virtual reality has been all the rage for the past years, with companies releasing new VR technology conference after conference. Microsoft, today, at the exclusive Microsoft event, announced two new pieces of exciting news for those who are eager to get their hands dirty with this new tech: the upcoming Creators Update for Windows and cheaper VR headgear.
Carrying the banner "3D for everyone," Microsoft introduced several new flagship products to bring 3D technology closer to everyone in terms of accessibility and price. One of these exciting new updates is the Windows 10 Creators Update, which is all about capturing and creating all things 3D. Microsoft says about the Windows 10 Creators Update via their blog:
Coming as a free update early next year to the more than 400 million devices running Windows 10 and available to Windows Insiders this week, the Creators Update will bring 3D and mixed reality to everyone, empower every gamer to be a broadcaster, connect people faster to those they care about most, and much more.
With the Creators Update, you and the millions of other Windows 10 users will turn on your laptop and be able to start capturing in 3D, printing in 3D, creating in 3D, sharing in 3D, and experiencing mixed reality.