Swedish virtual reality developer Starbreeze has recently teamed up with Taiwanese tech giant Acer in making the StarVR headset that compete directly with Facebook’s Oculus Rift and HTC’s Vive. The StarVR headset is reportedly designed for use in ‘location-based entertainment’ or theme parks owing to its outstanding wide field view that increases the immersive depth of VR experience.
Computer company Acer is working with the Swedish game studio Starbreeze to create a virtual reality (VR) headset which could be the future of theme parks.
Starbreeze touted Acer as an "experienced and prominent hardware partner" that will help it make the StarVR.
StarVR was undoubtedly overshadowed by larger names during its debut at E3 last year, but those who did manage to demo the high-end headset seemed to walk..
Starbreeze, the parent company of PayDay 2 developer, Overkill Software, is teaming up with PC hardware manufacturer Acer to bring its StarVR virtual reality headset to market.
There's finally some movement from the team working on the interesting looking VR system StarVR from Starbreeze which was announced in 2015
StarVR just got one step closer to reaching the retail market with Acer and Starbreeze signing a letter of intent to form a joint venture to design, manufacture, promote, market and sell the premium VR HMD.
Starbreeze and Acer have today announced that they are joining forces to create a new virtual reality headset called the StarVR
Acer wants a piece of the virtual reality scene and Starbreeze seems like the perfect partner.
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“We are devoting R&D resources across multiple aspects of the VR ecosystem for a coherent and high-quality experience” – Acer
The StarVR headset might be an interesting piece of hardware to look out for.
Acer is really keen to ensure it's not going to be left behind as the world starts to embrace virtual reality. It has signed a partnership with Starbreeze to help make its high-spec StarVR headset an actual reality.
Acer's joint venture with StarVR isn't about taking Oculus or HTC head on. It's about creating an even better VR experience for theme parks.
Acer has decided to join game studio Starbreeze to create a high-end virtual reality headset.
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The companies will also collaborate on design, marketing and sales of this dual-display HMD.
Large field-of-view touted as a game changer
Starbreeze launched StarVR with a VR-experience at the Electronic Entertainment Expo by the acquisition of French company Infinite Eye.
Acer is a company which is struggling to find its feet within the competitive tech industry, but Acer is planning to enter the VR market with a virtual reality headset.
Acer and Starbreeze are teaming up to make Virtual Reality Headset. Both parties have something good to offer.
Taiwanese hardware manufacturer teams up with Starbreeze to make cinematic VR headset with 210-degree field of vision to market.
The collaboration between Starbreeze and Acer will result in the development of new personal computers that can power the StarVR headset.
A new VR headset called StarVR will be the “shared-custody brainchild” of Acer and Starbreeze's partnership.
Securing Valve as a development partner for its Vive headset was one of HTC's biggest coups in recent memory and now StarBreeze is looking to do something
Acer will be helping STarbreeze studios to create, develop, sell and promote the StarVR virtual reality headset.
The venture with a Swedish VR maker might just tap growth in an otherwise moribund market.
Acer is teaming up with Starbreeze to build a high-end virtual reality headset designed for theme parks and arcades. Starbreeze has been showing off the headset during the past year, but future development of StarVR will be a partnership between the PC giant and game studio.
Starbreeze announced its partnership with Acer in the development of StarVR, its new high FOV and high-resolution VR headset.
Virtual Reality continues to remain one of the biggest focus areas for consumer technology companies, be it hardware manufacturers or software publishers.
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