The 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada is only on its second day and it’s already been huge for virtual reality (VR) technology. Oculus VR has finally launched pre-orders for the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD) while HTC has revealed the second generation of its own HMD in the Vive Pre. But where is the tech destined to go in the future? That’s one of the topics of this new CES panel, titled ‘Top CES Tech Trends and Predictions for 2016′. VRFocus is liveblogging the action below.
“Join Jon Gottried, Co-Founder of Major League hacking, and Ed Boyd, VP of Design at Dell, for a discussion on hot trends emerging from CES and a look into the year ahead. CES 2015 was the year of Virtual Reality, smart appliances, 3D printing, internet of things and more,” an official description for the event reads. “Have these technologies become mainstream? What will be the hot topics this year and beyond? Join us for this interactive discussion or tune into Dell’s Periscope channel where Jon Gottfried will be reporting live from CES.”
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