Facebook’s giant step into esports may be a look at its future Facebook may have decided it doesn’t want to be a media company, but it might just want to be a gaming platform. The company announced today that it … Continue reading Will Facebook be a gaming platform?
The Race for AR Glasses Starts Now Though the Next Big Thing won’t appear for a while, we know pretty much what it will look like: a lightweight, always-on wearable that obliterates the divide between the stuff we see on … Continue reading The battle on the field of vision
Virtual reality might save my long-distance relationship The most romantic place I’ve ever been was a grassy hill overlooking a campground. It was late evening; lit-up tents and cabins dotted the valley that sprawled before us. In the distance, stood … Continue reading The potential of social VR
New Yale lab will use virtual reality games to reduce risks in teens Yale’s Center for Health & Learning Games will establish a new lab, play4REAL, with a gift from Oculus, a Facebook-owned technology company specializing in Virtual Reality (VR) … Continue reading Peer pressure
What Will it Take to Get Virtual Reality Right? The world now knows Mark Zuckerberg isn’t the kind of guy who thinks in millions — he wants billions. But his latest ambition, getting one billion people using virtual reality, a … Continue reading Is VR anti-social?
Mark Zuckerberg ‘tours’ flooded Puerto Rico in bizarre virtual reality promo A cartoon version of Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, visited hurricane-damaged Puerto Rico on Monday, in a tone-deaf livestream that was part disaster tourism, part product promotion. Zuckerberg, along with … Continue reading Immerse in Facebook’s Spaces
The VR dating show makes me want to never date again You know those gimmick-based dating shows about people going on dates naked, or in the dark, or with some other twist? Someone is doing this for virtual reality now, … Continue reading Virtually dating