Google, HTC, Oculus, Samsung, Sony Found A Non-Profit Group To Promote VR

Acer Starbreeze, Google, HTC VIVE, Facebook’s Oculus, Samsung, and Sony Interactive Entertainment have announced the creation of a non-profit organization of international headset manufacturers.

Acer Starbreeze, Google, HTC VIVE, Facebook’s Oculus, Samsung, and Sony Interactive Entertainment, have announced the creation of a non-profit organization of international headset manufacturers, so as to promote the growth of the global virtual reality (VR) industry.
 
The company states,
 
“The Global Virtual Reality Association (GVRA) will develop and share best practices for industry and foster dialogue between public and private stakeholders around the world.”
 
The main aim of the Global Virtual Reality Association is to promote responsible development as well as adoption of VR globally. The members of the association will develop as well as share the best practices and conduct research to bring the international VR community together as the technology progresses. The group will also serve as a resource for consumers, policymakers, and for the industries interested in VR.
 
The VR comes with the power of being the next great computing platform that will improve the sectors ranging from health care to education and provide contributions to the global economy.
 
The company concluded by saying,
 
“Through research, international engagement, and the development of best practices, the founding companies of the Global Virtual Reality Association will work to unlock and maximize VR’s potential and ensure those gains are shared as broadly around the world as possible.”