The HTC Vive is a virtual reality headset with built-in positional tracking.
It’s made by HTC and can be purchased from a number of VR retailers, including Oculus.
But as of this week, the company announced that it was discontinuing its own Vive headset line.
Instead, the Oculus VR platform is now in charge of building and marketing the HTC Vive headset, according to the company’s blog post.
That puts a huge burden on HTC and Oculus.
The company has a long history of releasing software and services that work well on the Oculus platform, and its Vive headsets have made it easier for VR to find its way into the hands of consumers.
Oculus also announced plans to release its own VR headset later this year, which could offer even better compatibility with its platform.
But even though the Vive is no longer a viable option for gamers looking to get into VR, it’s not impossible for the platform to find a niche market.
A number of games on Oculus Rift already have some sort of VR support, and the company has already started releasing apps for the Oculus Rift.
So while it’s hard to predict exactly how VR headsets will evolve in the years to come, it doesn’t seem like there’s a whole lot of competition from the Oculus headset.
For now, HTC and other VR developers have been busy building a VR app store and working with other developers to make sure that they have good VR support and that they get good reviews.