‘Smartphone VR’ technology could be the new VR industry standard

‘Smartphone VR’ technology could be the new VR industry standard

A new generation of smartphone VR headsets could be a step closer to being widely adopted, and will also be cheaper than the likes of Oculus and HTC’s Vive headsets.

The latest edition of the World Wide Web Association’s VRFocus VRTech report shows that the next generation of VR headsets will likely use a headset called “Smartphone Virtual Reality,” which will use a wireless, wireless-capable camera to create a 3D virtual environment that is both physically real and 3D-like.

The company is calling this new technology “SmartphonesVR,” which was first reported by TechCrunch earlier this year.

The name is also the same as a similar technology called “HTC VR,” which is currently the only headset currently on the market.

The HTC VR headset uses the same technology but is only for smartphones.

While HTC says the technology is not for everyone, it is a step in the right direction for the industry.

“SmartphoneVR is not an expensive product,” HTC’s head of product development, Jeremy Strain, said.

“It’s something that we are working on to provide consumers with the best VR experience possible.”

Strain said the headset is “a complete solution” that will not only improve the VR experience, but it will also allow for an even faster and smoother gaming experience, something that will be important for a growing number of gamers.

“When you look at the number of people playing games on their phones, the headsets that are available are really limited.

So if you want to be able to run a game at the highest settings and in the most fluid way possible, then we have to do more to give people the best experience possible,” he said.

The headsets are set to launch in 2018.

The industry is expected to see the emergence of VR hardware for smartphones as smartphones become more and more ubiquitous.

As smartphones become increasingly ubiquitous, more VR headsets are likely to be made, said Strain.

“There are a lot of headsets out there that are only available for a small number of users, and they’re going to become more prevalent.”

But for the consumer, there are also new VR headsets on the horizon that have yet to be revealed.

“One of the things that we’ll see is a really strong consumer push for this new generation [of VR headsets],” said Stine.

“We think that the consumer will be more focused on the consumer-level, so there will be a lot more headsets coming out than what’s on the shelf.”

As we reported earlier this week, Microsoft is launching a headset with a wireless microphone called “Kinect for Headphones,” which looks very similar to HTC’s HTC Vive headset.

The company also plans to release a headset that uses a headset and camera to simulate the world around you.

Microsoft has said that the new headset will work with any smartphone.

However, the company also said that this new headset is not compatible with its Xbox One, which does not have a wireless headset.

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