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Handpicked VR Links - Issue #10

Hey there, thanks for checking out this week’s edition of Handpicked VR Links. I'm not going to lie,

VR Links

April 22 · Issue #10 · View online
Handpicked links about virtual reality, curated by Peter Rojas.

Hey there, thanks for checking out this week’s edition of Handpicked VR Links. I’m not going to lie, this hasn’t been the most amazing week for VR news, though I did find a bunch of stories around how media businesses are embracing VR, as well as some good updates on Google’s latest moves. I did also receive my HTC Vive last night, so if this turns out to be the last edition of my newsletter at least you’ll know what’s keeping me busy. 
As always, please get in touch if you’re working on something in VR or have a link you think I should include in next week’s edition. Also, if you like my newsletter would you mind sharing it?
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The Vive has arrived!
Still no Rift though...
This week's VR randomness
Muscle Coach
Technically not VR, but way too good not to include.
What is the Migraine Simulator?
A Look at NASA's Hybrid Reality Astronaut Training System, Powered by HTC Vive
The latest on Google & VR
Clay Bavor, Google's VP of VR, on His Plan to Make Virtual Reality Amazing for Everyone
One step closer to reality: introducing 360-degree live streaming and spatial audio on YouTube
Google IO schedule shows where Android and Google VR are headed
Android N takes baby steps toward becoming a virtual reality platform
Media businesses embracing VR
Verizon’s AOL Buys Virtual Reality Video Specialist RYOT
Virtual Reality Lures Media Companies to a New Frontier
Sony’s Crackle Introduces “First Ever” VR Programming And Ad Sales Initiatives
The Future Has Arrived: How 360° VR Stock Footage Is Changing Everything
What VR needs now
VR Content Distribution Needs an Upgrade
The Storyteller’s Guide to the Virtual Reality Audience
VR hardware
Dlodlo's V One. Maybe someone should tell them to change their name?
Dlodlo puts fashion first with V One VR glasses
'Bison' Is A VR Camera Tough Enough To Tangle With Grizzly Bears
The Pico Neo in action
Pico Neo Android-powered VR system packs Snapdragon 820 in the controller
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