At SIGGRAPH this week, HP has lifted the lid on parts of their Commercial VR strategy, announcing three major aspects of their implementation. In talking with HP, they are confident there is an opportunity in that commercial VR space.
The Z VR Backpack for Commercial
HP's new commercial VR strategy will have three major points:
The first is to deliver the best and most immersive VR and compute experience. Second is to have an end to end solution. Last is to learn and invest with their partners while keeping an eye on mixed reality. These points, according to HP, translate into optimizing their investment and cut costs for commercial customers. Out of those points come three announcements.
The first announcement is the Z VR Backpack. This is...
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