Florida start-up claims former engineer's Nreal Light headset bears a "striking similarity" to confidential company tech
Timoni West foresees a future where VR/AR/mixed reality technology outpaces consoles, offers alternative to PCs
Ubisoft's focus on emerging technology, from blockchain to VR, points to something bigger for the French games giant
Microsoft launching free-to-play augmented reality mobile game in closed beta this summer
Engineers on the project believed it would push the boundaries of gaming, not turn warfare into a simulated video game
Will launch later this year for $3,500, Unreal Engine and Unity support on the way
Pokémon Go developer encourages developers to "think outside the box"
PSVR continues to lead VR market with 463,000 units shipped last quarter; firm says AR software will overtake VR before 2022
Pokemon Go creator among latest backers in DigiLens' Series C funding round
Augmented reality headset prototypes will be developed to increase "lethality, mobility, and situational awareness"
New partnership will Pokémon Go and Ingress events built around local culture and history
But virtual reality set for a strong year in 2019, with Oculus Quest expected to outsell Rift by three to one
Simo Hämäläinen says augmented reality has always been treated like a gimmick, but the Angry Birds firm hopes to change that
CEO Ronny Abovitz believes an IPO would be "the best thing for the creative community"
Successful applicants will receive "support to accelerate their development"
CEO Andy Wafer on converting Warhammer 40k: Freeblade from premium at the 11th hour, and building its successor for free-to-play from day one
Augmented reality key to the future of mobile studio who is tired of making games that people just sit and play and drone out
Augmented reality headsets would increase lethality of US troops as part of Army's $500 million program
Android VR platform to receive new 6DoF controller support, "see-through" mode for AR development
Ingress veterans to review submissions; program to expand to other countries soon
Major changes to Niantic's mobile AR game helped its popularity to surge over the summer, suggesting a new model developers could consider adopting
Multi-sensory experience company to create five new licensed hyper-reality events