HTC to fund the first VR satellite

HTC has announced the first round of winners of its VR for Impact program, which has earmarked US$10 million dollars for VR developers that support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The first funding recipients are SpaceVR, which will let viewers experience outer space from a satellite's point of view, Tree, an interactive haptic-led experience highlighting the realities of deforestation, and The Extraordinary Honey Bee, a feature examining the decline of the honeybee and possible solutions... Continue Reading HTC to fund the first VR satellite Category: VR Tags: HTC HTC Vive United Nations Virtual Reality VR Related Articles: Instant gratification VR: HTC Vive now shipping without delay, expands retail presence High-end VR goes wireless with $220 accessory In Arizona Sunshine, VR breathes new life into the undead

HTC to fund the first VR satellite

HTC has announced the first round of winners of its VR for Impact program, which has earmarked US$10 million dollars for VR developers that support the United Nations Sustainable Development ...

Fri 21 Apr 17 from Gizmag

HTC Vive is promoting three eco-friendly VR projects this Earth Day

VR for Impact wants to use virtual reality to promote global awareness, not just a new way to play video games.

Fri 21 Apr 17 from Techradar

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