Following the biggest year for animation ever at China's box office, Japanese and South Korean amimators are looking to cash in on the Chinese cinema market.
NEOBEAR is debuting MAGNEO, an Augmented Reality (AR) intelligent device developed for children, allowing them to better understand the world and greatly broaden their imagination.
From arcades to humanity’s greatest obsessions, from this year’s biggest disappointment to Korean startups, we present you with the top VR and AR stories from our site this year.
A letter from LeEco’s CEO Jia Yueting published on Monday showed that the company’s expansion to the U.S. had gone too far, because of limited capital and resources, resulting in “an apparent lack of momentum” in various businesses.
Chinese investors are now increasingly seeking quality virtual reality content rather than hardware.
There are plenty of ardent supporters of the philosophy that "content is king" in China’s video streaming industry, and the country’s top video site, Youku Tudou, is one of them.
Shanghai-based Pimax aims to solve the dilemma of low-priced virtual reality hardware with a quality experience by introducing a PC-based VR headset.
China has a well-documented fascination with VR, and while top-of-the-line headsets are still too pricey for average consumers, VR arcades are cropping up to fill the gap.