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March 16, 2017
Virtual reality and augmented reality has been a major theme at this year’s SXSW, the gargantuan tech, film and music festival that descends on Austin, TX each March. VR has been a staple of SXSW’s tech events for years, and this year has continued to expand with new and innovative VR experiences.
Sony had a lot of VR to show at SXSW, including a twist on the game of tag. Superception is a four-player VR game that forces you to see from four perspectives at once — your own, and those of your opponents – using a split-screen display.
Sony also showed off enhanced versions of Playstation VR games Rez Infinite and Resident Evil 7 that allowed players to feel vibration feedback through a vest or full-body “synesthesia suit.”
This year was also the first time that VR crossed over into the SXSW Film Festival with an official lineup of “Virtual Cinema.” This included the high production value, almost feature-length VR film Miyubi, which appeared earlier this year at Sundance and featured acting by Jeff Goldblum.
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According to a report on Apple’s supply chain, Apple may be planning to increase its supply of OLED displays over the next two years, indicating that the company plans to use the enhanced displays for every iPhone model by 2019. The report claims that Apple will purchase 60 million OLED iPhone screen this year, most likely for the new device currently dubbed “iPhone 8”, while the updated “iPhone 7s” and “7s Plus” models are expected to stick with LCD displays. The displays will most likely be manufactured by Samsung’s displays division.
OLED displays do not require a backlight, allowing for thinner displays with higher contrast compared with an LCD screen. While OLED displays have been available on mobile devices for several years, Apple has yet to make an iPhone that uses the display technology.
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February 28, 2017
Confirming earlier rumors, Samsung has officially set the launch date for the Galaxy S8 as March 29, 2017. The date was confirmed during Samsung’s Mobile World Congress event on Sunday in Barcelona. The new flagship phone will be unveiled at a launch event in New York City. The S8 will likely go on sale in mid-April, after a short preorder period.
Industry insiders, investors, and consumers will be closely watching the Galaxy S8 to see if it can bring Samsung the good press it needs to put last year’s Note 7 fiasco firmly in the past. In the meantime, Samsung is still being haunted by the disaster. During their MWC event, a Greenpeace activist stood up in front of the stage holding a sign demanding that Samsung appropriately recycle the millions of Note 7 devices it has recalled.
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