You should have gone for the headset - issue 7 is coming soon 1

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Issue 7 of VRWorldTech Magazine will be available in print during the week of 12 April. The digital edition is scheduled for publication on 26 April

Quick read

➨ Issue 7 will feature exclusive interviews, including with executives from one giant of the market building an ecosystem of headsets and accessories
➨ There will also be a sneak peak at a new virtual reality headset and social platform, arguably a direct competitor to Oculus Quest
➨ This issue’s The Reality Wire will be dedicated to hardware and contain all of the latest news and product updates and releases
➨ To get the digital edition during the week of 12 April before anyone else, subscribe to VRWorldTech Magazine now. Digital subscriptions cost £90 for three issues or £180 for six

The story

Headset and smart glasses makers are the focus of issue 7 of VRWorldTech Magazine, as the only publication dedicated to immersive technology for enterprise examines what the latest hardware can achieve for business and professional users right now.

Issue 7 will feature exclusive interviews, including with executives from one giant of the market building an ecosystem of headsets and accessories that are predominantly aimed at consumers but are gaining traction among enterprise organisations eager for a cost-effective, reliable virtual reality solution.

There will also be a sneak peek at a new virtual reality headset and social platform, arguably a direct competitor to Oculus Quest, rolling out in Asia that will soon make its way to Europe and the US. This provider wants to redefine how we work, socialise and play.

Elsewhere, issue 7 of VRWorldTech Magazine will look at one player looking to fill the gap left by Google Cardboard and make the most of the ubiquity of the smartphone, as well as an established set of augmented reality smart glasses making great strides in first responder and emergency services.

There will also be an interview with the chief executive officer of a trade association looking to boost accessibility in XR hardware and software development.

This issue’s The Reality Wire will be dedicated to hardware and contain all of the latest news and product updates and releases. Anyone interested in learning more about the latest omnidirectional treadmills for virtual reality?

Issue 7 of VRWorldTech Magazine will be available in print during the week of 12 April. The digital edition is scheduled for publication on 26 April.

To get the digital edition before anyone else, subscribe to VRWorldTech Magazine now. Digital subscriptions cost £90 for three issues or £180 for six.

The digital edition is the best option for readers mindful of the environment who want to be able to read VRWorldTech Magazine as soon as it’s available.

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