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The Oculus Quest Is the Nintendo Switch of VR
The Oculus Quest Is the Nintendo Switch of VR

May 23, 2019 by Administrator

Despite billions of dollars in investment, a...

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

May 23, 2019 by Administrator

Three weeks ago, I had many positive things to...

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Minecraft’s Latest Update Adds VR Swimming On Rift, Gear And Windows

Minecraft’s Latest Update Adds VR Swimming On Rift, Gear And Windows

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Posted on May 21, 2018 by Administrator

Minecraft may sadly be missing from the list of apps on Oculus’ new Go headset, but the game is still going strong on Rift, Gear and Windows VR headsets with a fresh update this month. Late last week developer Mojang launched the Aquatic Update for the smash hit game across both traditional platforms and supported VR headsets. This first of a two-part update adds a major new feature to the game: swimming. We’ve always been able to jump into water and dig around, but with the...
Google VR/AR Boss Confirms Commitment: ‘We’re Making Investments For The Long Term’

Google VR/AR Boss Confirms Commitment: ‘We’re Making Investments For The Long Term’

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Posted on May 21, 2018 by Administrator

The Mirage Solo standalone headset powered by Google’s WorldSense tracking technology launched just days before the Google I/O developer conference, and yet a long keynote event came and went without mention of VR. The $400 VR headset from Lenovo is the “first” Daydream standalone, but despite Google using that word to describe Mirage Solo no manufacturers have publicly committed to building a second one. The hardware is a big step up  technically compared with...
“Play, don’t show”: How VR storytelling compares to movies

“Play, don’t show”: How VR storytelling compares to movies

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Posted on May 21, 2018 by Administrator

After working on triple-A blockbuster games, virtual reality experiences, blockbuster VFX films, digital TV, and feature animation, I wanted to share what I’ve learnt along the way. In particular three elements I think great stories all have and tools to use in your stories. With that though, people often say games, movies, animation, TV, and VR are opposing mediums. I’d argue they’re all same — bar the audience’s participation with each medium. Here’s how...
HTC leads $10 billion consortium to invest in virtual reality

HTC leads $10 billion consortium to invest in virtual reality

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Posted on Jun 30, 2016 by David

By Ian Sherr   The phone maker, whose Vive VR headset was released earlier this year, helps to form an investment consortium aimed at supporting "true innovation" in VR. HTC is putting its VR money where its mouth is. -  Josh Miller/CNET  HTC is ponying up real-world money to support investment in virtual reality. The Taiwanese phone maker said Thursday it has helped form the Virtual Reality Venture Capital Alliance, a consortium of 28...
Virtual Reality Aimed At The Elderly Finds New Fans

Virtual Reality Aimed At The Elderly Finds New Fans

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Posted on Jun 29, 2016 by David

By Kara Platoni   (above:  Virginia Anderlini (right) was the first private client to try out Dr. Sonya Kim's new virtual reality program for the elderly, and says she's eager to see more. Kim's handful of programs are still at the demo stage. Kara Platoni/KQED hide caption toggle caption Kara Platoni/KQED )   Virginia Anderlini is 103 years old, and she is about to take her sixth trip into virtual reality. In real life,...
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