Most popular virtual reality headsets, like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, require a tethered connection to the computer and that imposes some obvious restrictions on how much we can move in our space. We’d all prefer a simpler, untethered option, and Intel wants to provide just that.

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Utilizing Windows 10 and Windows Holographic as its primary operating environment, Intel’s Project Alloy will be one of the first VR headsets to cut the cord:

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