A new beta program from Microsoft will be giving the new mixed reality HMDs access to SteamVR experiences, deepening the software pool by a huge amount.
Shacknews caught up with Psytec Games at Oculus Connect 4 to talk about their newly announced VR game for Oculus Rift.
Now if only they would make some games.
Microsoft's VR headsets are about to become a Mixed Reality in mid-October, with a free Halo experience and SteamVR support also set to be available on launch day.
The new update for the beta brings many things that users have been seeking, or creating themselves.
Shacknews CEO and Chief VR Evangelist, Asif Khan, takes a look at the virtual reality landscape one year after the Vive and Rift shipped.
The company adds SensoMotoric Instruments to the firms it is collaborating with for its OpenVR platform.
Valve is involved so it will likely be compatible with Steam VR.
That's $3,000 developers can now keep for other aspects of their games.
He also talked about the future of virtual reality and what the company is doing to push it forward.
Shacknews caught up with JB from HTC to talk about the brand new Vive Tracker and all of the other HTC Vive announcements at CES 2017.
Hosted by online personality Taryn Southern, the livestream will feature product giveaways, mixed reality demos, developer interviews, panels, and more.
Valve hopes to broaden the scope of VR by getting users of other operating systems in on the virtual fun.
By making SteamVR Tracking free, Valve hopes future VR hardware won't suck as much.
Shacknews coverage of HTC Vive's launch continues with footage of Setting up Room-Scale VR in SteamVR.
Asif and Cymatic Bruce had a chance to chat during the AltspaceVR Town Hall yesterday.
Asif played some Cloudlands: VR Minigolf on Tuesday night's Late Night Army live stream.
Our HTC Vive launch week coverage continues with a playthrough of Job Simulator.
Asif shows his Amiibos and the Chaperone feature on the HTC Vive to Greg.
Valve is touting virtual reality with a glimpse of what DOTA 2 players can expect.