By John BugailiskisLAS VEGAS – At last year’s Consumer Electronics Show there was a real buzz when long anticipated virtual reality headsets like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive were finally announced (and then released in March and April respectfully). At CES this year artificial intelligence (AI) has overshadowed VR, in part because running your home with voice commands is both cool and even practical, at times.Contrast that with virtually experiencing what it’s like to jump out of plane, while sitting down (as Intel did in a demo with press), a whoa moment is not one they own. In fact, consumers still can’t...
CES 2017: Can Intel make consumers feel the need for virtual reality?
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