Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) announced the launch of LiquidVR suite of diverse technologies to assist ushers and help them guiding others in various reality applications for videos and games. It has decided to work with Oculus VR to accomplish this objective.
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AMD made the announcement of this initiative during the Game Developers Conference, which took place in San Francisco on March 3, 2015. All the LiquidVR technologies focus on enabling great VR content that can run on various AMD hardware like AMD’s microprocessors. In order to get things done in an hassle free way, AMD has partnered with Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) owned Oculus VR, which is known for making Oculus Rift virtual reality goggles.
Google Glass might not be a huge hit in the market, but still it managed to grab people’s attention. There are high chances that if something like Google Glass with easy to use features is launched in the market, then users may like that. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) wants to come up with plug-and-play compatible software for a wide range of virtual reality goggles or head-mounted displays. It is working hard to releasing the LiquidVR software development in the near future so that developers can easily create VR content for their individual projects.
It is one of the many companies that want to create lifelike virtual worlds for users to make their lives easy. Internet is the next big thing and the future of the world; hence, AMD wants to develop technologies that can make anyone feel at ease in relation to the virtual world. The current project of the company focuses on giving anyone a feeling of being present in the virtual world. There are various obstacles in making this dream a reality; hence, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMD) is trying to eliminate such hurdles and turn the dream of virtual presence in reality.
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