HTC VIVE today announced VR For Impact, a $10 Million program to drive VR content and technologies that will create posi...
TAIPEI, Taiwan - In addition to VR products, HTC is collaborating with Taiwanese hospitals and research institutes on th...
Vive Pro and the Vive wireless module were announced a few days ago at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in the United States, and they are HTC's newest VR products.
HTC stated that at the Taipei Game Show this year, HTC Vive is hosting Taiwan's first VR E-Sports Tournament, which will feature multiplayer real-time online battles.
HTC's Virtual Reality New Technology Department Deputy General Manager Bao Yong-zhe stated that at the HTC Vive booth, gamers can experience a wide variety of games released by world-class industry developers, and accessories, such as the VR Table Tennis Rackets and VR Tennis rackets, will also be on display.
(TR/ Phil Sweeney)
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