March 27 to April 2: The week in review for Virtual (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR).

Virtual Reality (VR) continued it’s momentum this past week, in fact, this week could be the most striking of late with the launch of Facebook’s Oculus Rift. Other important events include two major sporting contests, NCAA’s Final Four & National Championship game, and The Masters, announced live streaming productions in 360 VR video for Samsung Gear VR users. Keep on reading for these stories and more.

March 28th: Oculus Rift Ships

March 29th: Playstation VR Core System opens for Pre-Order

March 29th: Tinder Jumps into Augmented Reality

March 29th: AT&T Park, Home of the MLB’s San Francisco Giants, add Virtual Reality Experience

March 30th: Microsoft’s HoloLens Development Edition Ships

March 30th: Google Releases VR View with Cardboard SDK for Android and iOS

March 31st: StubHub lets customers use Virtual Reality for Seat Previews

April 1st: Google Launches Cardboard Plastic, “the World’s First Actual Reality Headset.” #AprilFools

March 30th and April 1st: The Masters and NCAA’s Final Four and National Championship will Broadcast in 360 VR Video


Did I miss something major? Call me out on it and comment how horrible I am.


Virtual Reality (VR & AR) Week in Review: Oculus Rift Ships, PSVR Pre-Order, Hololens and more
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