Intel has unveiled a virtual reality headset “Project Alloy” that allows nearby objects from the real world to be integrated into its computer-generated images. It describes Project Alloy as being a “merged reality” device. One key advantage, Intel says, is that users will be able to see their own hands. CCTV’s Mark Niu tells us more from Intel’s annual developer conference in San Francisco.
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