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CCP Returns To VR With Championship Update For Sparc
CCP Returns To VR With Championship Update For Sparc

Jul 9, 2019 by Administrator

It was a sad day in 2017 when one of virtual...

Samsung Reportedly to Release “multiple AR and VR products” in Coming Months
Samsung Reportedly to Release “multiple AR and VR products” in Coming Months

Jun 4, 2019 by Administrator

Samsung hasn’t really said much about VR...

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Smilegate Entertainment Officially Launched VR Game 'Focus on You' and 'Rogan: The Thief in the Castle' Globally

Smilegate Entertainment Officially Launched VR Game 'Focus on You' and 'Rogan: The Thief in the Castle' Globally

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Posted on Jul 9, 2019 by Administrator

SEONGNAM, South Korea — Smilegate Entertainment announced on July 8 that it has officially launched its dating adventure VR game, FOCUS on YOU and stealth action adventure VR game, ROGAN: The Thief in the Castle. FOCUS on YOU is a VR game in which player, as a high school student fond of photography, can go on a date with the female character HAN YUA at virtual places including a cafe, school, and resort area, enjoying various activities such as photo shoot together. The VR game...
CCP Returns To VR With Championship Update For Sparc

CCP Returns To VR With Championship Update For Sparc

CCP Sparc Virtual Reality VR Game

Posted on Jul 9, 2019 by Administrator

It was a sad day in 2017 when one of virtual reality’s (VR) most prominent early supporters, CCP Games, which created titles like EVE: Valkyrie and Gunjack, decided to close studios and move away from VR development. In what could be the first sign of a return almost two years later, the studio has announced the first major update for PvP multiplayer Sparc, extending and enhancing its online features. Sparc Dubbed the ‘Championship Update’, the release adds new...
Samsung Reportedly to Release “multiple AR and VR products” in Coming Months

Samsung Reportedly to Release “multiple AR and VR products” in Coming Months

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Posted on Jun 4, 2019 by Administrator

Samsung hasn’t really said much about VR since the release of Samsung Odyssey+, the hardware refresh to its Windows Mixed Reality headset that came to market in October 2018. However at Augmented World Expo (AWE), the company offered a few brief statements to underline their continued commitment to the space. In short: Samsung has more AR/VR products coming down the pipeline. Farshid Fallah, Samsung’s director of developer relations for XR and gaming, took the stage at an...
The Oculus Quest Is the Nintendo Switch of VR

The Oculus Quest Is the Nintendo Switch of VR

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Posted on May 23, 2019 by Administrator

Despite billions of dollars in investment, a healthy number of competitors, and a wide range of options, virtual reality still has yet to catch on. It’s tough to pinpoint exactly why, but there area few obvious stumbling blocks. These headsets require a lot of financial investment from the user, and physical real estate too. The software selection is lackluster. It often feels like an expensive parlor trick. The most well-known VR company, Oculus, is owned by Facebook (boooooo!!)....
An exhaustive look at Oculus Quest’s first day of great, wireless VR software

An exhaustive look at Oculus Quest’s first day of great, wireless VR software

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Posted on May 23, 2019 by Administrator

Three weeks ago, I had many positive things to say in my Oculus Quest VR system review. It's wireless, it's simple to use, and it runs on the bleeding edge of just powerful enough for engrossing "six degrees of freedom" (6DOF) virtual reality. Thankfully, that review was driven by a variety of pre-release software—which means we didn't have to guess how the hardware's strengths and weaknesses bore out for retail games and apps. But in the time since that...
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