Microsoft Virtual Reality
If you think you need to spend a lot of money for VR experience, you are wrong.
Microsoft just revealed the specifications that you will need in order to run and experience their own VR platform.
The image above runs the Windows Holographic Compatibilty Tool that are found in latest builds of Windows 10. Not bad.
Microsoft’s strategy on VR might change the landscape of future gaming compared to the likes of HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, which are both expensive.
Still, these requirements are bare minumum and could just provide us a ‘taste’ of what VR is, if we are to run it under this kind of setup.
The company is set to reveal more about the VR platform before 2016 ends.
In case you are wondering about the price of the headset, it starts at $299 around P15k Philippine peso.