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Field in View: Do VR and Comics Have a Future?

It’s Comic-Con time or, as I like to call it, nerd Christmas. We’re being treated to a weekend of superheros, sci-fi, fantasy, games and, of course, VR. [...]

 
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New HTC Vive Releases for the Week of 07/17/16

Ever since the Steam Summer Sale, the heat has really been turning up on Steam for HTC Vive owners. Everything from short, cheap experiences, to full games, to things in [...]

 
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New Oculus Rift and Gear VR Releases for the Week of 07/17/16

It’s a quick week but a good week for Rift owners, while it might be the emptiest update yet for Gear VR fans. Three interesting new titles are hitting Oculus [...]

 
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Community Download: Which SDCC VR Experience Has You Most Excited?

2016 is a weird year so far. And by weird I mean I now walk with my Bible under my arm in case the sky cracks open and the rapture suddenly begins.

Think about it: [...]

 
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An Inside Look At The Exploding World Of China’s VR Cafes

If you’re from the United States, UK, or another nation that’s commonly referred to as “the West” then chances are that you, like me, are not [...]

 
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‘Casino VR Poker’ Update Adds In-App Purchases for Chips, More Coming Soon

Anyone that’s tried Oculus Social Trivia, Pool Nation VR, Rec Room, or one of any other VR experiences that adapt a real world activity and environment to the [...]

 
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Oculus Executive Calls For 3D Equivalent Of JPEG To Build The Metaverse

A new standard for 3D scenes is gaining momentum with support from graphics industry leaders, potentially laying the groundwork for science fiction’s [...]

 
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Thorpe Park’s New Ghost Train is a Cute, If Underwhelming, VR Ride

It hasn’t taken amusement parks long to catch on to the potential of VR roller coasters and rides. The UK’s Alton Towers has its own VR coaster while Six Flags [...]

 
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‘Star Wars’ Darth Vader VR Experience Teaser Video Released by ILMxLAB

Earlier this week we learned about a new Star Wars VR experience in development by ILMxLAB. No, not Trials on Tatooine, the short VR “experiment” that lets you [...]

 
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Virtuix Omni Now Supports World War Toons

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Reload Studios and its anticipated virtual reality (VR) first-person shooter (FPS), World War Toons. That silence ends [...]

 
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Resident Evil 7 in VR is ‘Too Scary’ Even for Capcom’s EU CEO

Playing Resident Evil 7 biohazard‘s demo on a standard television can be pretty terrifying. In VR? It’s too much even for publisher Capcom’s European CEO [...]

 
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Dinosaurs, Robots and a New Logo as We Get a Fresh Look at Oculus Medium

Oculus Medium is getting a huge push at San Diego Comic-Con this week, and now we’ve learned a little bit more about the VR sculpting software.

Oculus has [...]

 
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NVIDIA’s New Titan X Card is the VR-Boosting Beast We’d Expect it to Be

NVIDIA’s new GTX 1080 graphics card manages to surpass even last year’s Titan X model in performance. So how does the company top that? By releasing a brand new [...]

 
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Beer Pong + VR = ‘VeeR Pong’

VeeR Pong is the technological evolution of the backyard beer pong drinking game. Instead of red cups and a ping pong ball, though, you need an HTC Vive and a $1,000 [...]

 
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ROBLOX Lays the Building Blocks for Expanded User-Generated Content Creation in VR

You may or may not know this, but ROBLOX, the world building and sharing platform with over 120 million registered users and up to 500,000 concurrent players at peak times, [...]

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