While there’s plenty of noise about VR in the tech industry, it’s hard to get a handle on how it’s evolving and what it’ll spell for gamers in the years to come. To learn more, I spoke to Frank Soqui, Intel’s GM for virtual reality gaming, about the future of VR and interactive entertainment at this year’s Intel Extreme Masters esports tournament in Katowice, Poland. The company has been investing in developing numerous technologies for advancing VR experiences, including physics engines and AI, as well as Project Alloy – a reference design for an all-in-one headset that cuts the cord…

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