HTC are making lots of appearances at new conferences you typically wouldn’t find a mobile phone maker thanks to the soon-to-be-shipping HTC Vive. This week the Vive will likely be in all sorts of booths at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, but HTC itself will have representation in a booth full of Vive experiences.
As we draw closer to the Vive ship date, HTC will have lots of options to chose from when it comes to demos. The Vive will ship with game keys for three popular titles so there’s a good chance those will be front and center during demos. Those titles are:
- Job Simulator
- Fantastic Contraption
Space Pirate Trainer has been grabbing a lot of attention with its wide angle playing platform where waves of pirate drones attack causing you to duck and dodge around you physical area to avoid death.
Helpful links for the Game Developers Conference
Below you will find a maps of the show floor, North and South Halls.
Below you will find a link to VR specific developing events.
Below you will find a list of the overall GDC events.
As we mentioned the Vive will be in a bunch of developer’s booths as they are eager to show other devs what they’ve been brewing in their studios. These booths will have the Vive Pre model or the first gen model, but the HTC booth will have the consumer version that will ship next month.
Attendees should expect to see all sorts of experiences at the Game Developers Conference. With third party inputs like gloves with full hand recognition, the VirZOOM bike with fast peddling experiences, the track motion base for virtual movement while physically stationary.
Are you attending the Game Developers Conference? Are you working on a VR title that will work with the Vive? If so, please connect with us as we would love to cover your creation when our Vive arrives in April.
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