The HTC Vive is arguably the most immersive virtual reality experience around, setting the bar high in terms of interaction in the VR space. Even though we’re still in the early stages of VR adoption on a mass scale, HTC and Valve’s product has gone ahead of the curve by placing users into a real virtual reality world – one that goes beyond boundaries. Sure, it’s a pricey investment to experience such immersion, but either way, it’s fun, fascinating, and engaging.
For E3 2016, there’s no denying the fact that there’s been no shortage of VR anywhere we look. Sony, in particular, started the show by announcing its upcoming Playstation VR, which is coming this fall with an aggressive price attached to it. Despite the looming competition, HTC seems to be confident about its positioning in the space. And while we were at the show, we got to spend a little bit of time with the VP of virtual reality content at HTC Vive, Joel Breton, who manages to elaborate on the impending competition.
In addition to that, we dive into other aspects of virtual reality content – such as what other areas it’ll profoundly affect. From health, digital content, to education, there doesn’t seem to be any boundaries that virtual reality won’t have a key role in shaping our future. Don’t forget to catch the full interview session with Joel Breton!