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Intel introduces a standalone wireless VR headset called Project Alloy

Intel just took a big leap into virtual reality. CEO Brian Krzanich showed off a new standalone virtual reality headset during the company’s Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday. The headset is wireless and doesn’t require a PC to use. Powered by Intel’s RealSense cameras, Krzanich touted Project Alloy’s ability to recognize its surrounding environment without external sensors or controllers. It also allows the wearer to use their hands in virtual reality without…

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Intel introduces a standalone wireless VR headset called Project Alloy

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