6 innovative uses for virtual reality Last year, Facebook bought Oculus Rift, a leader in virtual reality technology, for $2 billion. “This is just the start,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a blog post. “We’re going to make Oculus … Continue reading Is the VR practice invaluable?
The dangers of bad virtual reality Oculus VR’s E3 booth stands two floors tall in E3’s West Hall, with a line snaking around one corner waiting to try on the near-final consumer Rift headset. Inside the booth, Oculus staff help … Continue reading The nauseating AntVR
Get ready: Virtual reality is about to go mainstream Virtual reality is about to move out of the world of test labs and selected previews, and become a fully fledged retail product like any other gaming platform. In the next … Continue reading Virtual reality gets real
NextVR Livestreams US Open Golf Tournament in VR, App Coming to “All VR Devices” NextVR and FOX Sports have recently partnered to bring live streaming VR to the 2015 U.S. Open golf tournament. Live VR broadcasts of the event were … Continue reading Inside the live golfing action
The VR Headset Nobody is Building Let’s just put this out there right now: the future of VR is mobile. Morpheus, Vive and Rift will make a big splash in the living room, but for sheer numbers we are going … Continue reading Is mobile the future of VR?
Edge of Nowhere Preview: 3rd person VR is still awesome Edge of Nowhere, by Insomniac Games, is one of the first third person virtual reality games ever to be developed, and I had the privilege of demoing it at E3 … Continue reading Do third-person games make sense for Virtual Reality?
Welcome to the Dawn of the Age of Robots Growing up, I believed that very soon we would all have robots like Rosie, from “The Jetsons,” cleaning up after us. For those out there who are too young to remember … Continue reading Can robots have the computational ability of human brains?