Back at Google I/O, Samsung and Google announced that Daydream VR support would be coming to the Galaxy S8 & S8+ this summer but never gave a concrete date until now.
Samsung has extended their relationship with Major League Baseball (MLB) to offer more virtual reality experiences to fans.
Google has introduced a new creation tool for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, called Blocks.
Google’s Daydream team has announced a new video format called VR180. It was designed to help make VR content even easier to create.
Ubisoft made a couple of announcements at their E3 2017 press conference including details about Assassin’s Creed Origins, Far Cry 5, The Crew 2 and more.
HP has announced a few new products under their OMEN gaming line, with the OMEN X Compact desktop which has a versatile form-factor and a factory-overclocked NVIDIA GPU. They also announced the OMEN 15 and OMEN 17 laptops.
Google first introduced their VR platform Daydream back at Google I/O 2016 but it wasn’t available until the Pixel released and the Daydream View headset released last fall.
Now, Google has shared details about the upcoming Daydream 2.0 Euphrates at Google I/O 2017.
It’s time to get schwifty, as Owlchemy Labs, the developers behind award-winning Job Simulator and the recently released Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality has been acquired by Google.
In the 2nd year of a two-year deal which started in the 2016 season, Samsung will be using their products and technologies to bring new experiences to Blue Jays fans in-stadium, online and on Sportsnet.
Today’s F8 keynote was focused more on AI, connectivity and a bit more VR and AR stuff.
In case you missed the Day Two keynote of F8 2017, here it is: