Virtual Reality technologies stole some of the CES limelight this year with exciting appearances by some expected and unexpected players. Here are our highlights:
Oculus VR displayed their newest headset, the Crescent Bay, with a stunning demo collection and tethered motion-tracked walking capabilities.
Intel Corporation introduced their impressive RealSense hand and face tracking technology, and combined with efforts by AltspaceVR the RealSense enabled experience was a compelling social VR demonstration.
Samsung made a big splash with the first ever mobile based VR headset, Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition. A great tool for content creators and early adopters to get their feet wet with VR experiences on a smartphone.
Sulon unveiled the Sulon Cortex 3D headset fitted with cameras and hand tracking for mixed AR and VR applications.