The biggest challenge with GeForce Now turned out not to have anything to do with latency, but with key publishers pulling their games from the service. Still, it and other cloud gaming services have the potential to be game-changing. In the same vein, so does Nvidia’s new CloudXR software development kit, which brings a similar concept to streaming virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality experiences to lower powered headsets.

VR, AR, and MR are collectively referred to as XR, hence why it’s called CloudXR. The SDK enables developers to stream graphically demanding XR content to practically any head mounted display, whether it’s a fancy headset like the Vive Pro, or something considerably less powerful, like the Oculus Go or even an Android device (GearVR, for example).

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