Written by: Roshan Dwivedi
According to a recent report, Europe’s virtual reality (VR) ecosystem grows to now having 300 VR provider companies. According to the Silicon Valley based The Venture Reality Fund, games are the most competitive VR space with companies such as nDreams (United Kingdom), CCP Games (Iceland), Resolution Games (Sweden) and Solfar Studios (Iceland).
The user input technology, which focuses in interactions in VR by brain (BCI), body, eye, feet, and hands also has many players such as MindMaze that has raised $100 million recently. European VR companies are also creating 360-degree VR capable hardware and software, having two French providers – VideoStitch and Giropticin forefront.