Valve CEO: VR Technology Will Not Survive Long

Valve CEO Gabe Newell recently shocking remarks about technology Virtual Reality (VR). He said the technology would not last long.

Reporting from Business Insider Newell admits VR technology is going to be 'the next big thing'. In fact, these technologies will continue to be consistent in accordance with predictions. 

"But we also had the idea that this technology will not last long. VR probably will be a failure," said the man graduated from Harvard University.
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What is said to be the number one in the Valve it is certainly contrary to one of the Valve breakthrough in the world of technology, namely gush VR Headset. For your information, Valve has partnered with HTC creates Vive VR headset is priced at $ 800.

Vive also one VR Headset is claimed to be a competitor head-to-head Oculus Rift VR Headset artificial Facebook that cost far less, namely US $ 600.

Newell was aware of this price comparison is quite different from one of the weaknesses Vive. Even so, the price difference is not so reason why Newell stated VR technology will not last long.

According to him, these technologies can not deliver maximum experience even in such large quantities in VR Headset. Therefore, he considered, if VR want to continue to survive in the market.

It takes more powerful devices - more than the VR Headset - to support the VR experience more real.Valve does not dwell with Vive. As is known, the company is headquartered in Bellevue, United States of America (USA) also have Steam, PC gaming platform that was released in 2003 ago.

Steam, which is the PC games digital distribution platform, now claimed as a giant distributor of PC gaming for now. Noted, Steam has pocketed more than 150 million users worldwide.

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