After recently launching their new development program StarVR has this week apparently put the program on hold due to ‘uncertainties with shareholder’ explain the company. Two thirds of StarVR is owned by Acer although a major stakeholder is the embattled Starbreeze development company which has filed for bankruptcy in Sweden and was recently raided during an insider trading investigation.
At the current time it’s not clear when StarVR may re-engage its development programme, but the news is not good for those of you patiently waiting to get your hands on the new virtual reality headset which offers a wider field of view when compared to others currently on the market as well as eye tracking technology. The UploadVR website explains a little more :
“Today a StarVR spokesperson provided UploadVR with the following statement: “We believe it is the most responsible course of action to put the StarVR Developer Program on hold while there are uncertainties with our key overseas shareholder, and also while our company is in the process of going private, which may entail some changes to our operations.””
For more details jump over to the StarVR official website or UploadVR by following the link below.
Source: UploadVRFiled Under: Technology News, Top News