An attendee plays the Huawei VR2 virtual reality music game on the last day of CES 2019, on January 11, at the Las Vegas Convention Centre in Las Vegas. Photo: AFP An attendee plays the Huawei VR2 virtual reality music game on the last day of CES 2019, on January 11, at the Las Vegas Convention Centre in Las Vegas. Photo: AFP
An attendee plays the Huawei VR2 virtual reality music game on the last day of CES 2019, on January 11, at the Las Vegas Convention Centre in Las Vegas. Photo: AFP
Virtual Reality

VR on course to fail again as investment declines amid low user base

  • Lacklustre consumer demand for VR headsets and a drought of capital has led to companies shutting down or laying off workers
  • Some VR companies have found a niche, such as in creating VR attractions in shopping malls

Topic |   Virtual Reality
An attendee plays the Huawei VR2 virtual reality music game on the last day of CES 2019, on January 11, at the Las Vegas Convention Centre in Las Vegas. Photo: AFP An attendee plays the Huawei VR2 virtual reality music game on the last day of CES 2019, on January 11, at the Las Vegas Convention Centre in Las Vegas. Photo: AFP
An attendee plays the Huawei VR2 virtual reality music game on the last day of CES 2019, on January 11, at the Las Vegas Convention Centre in Las Vegas. Photo: AFP
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