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Here’s Google And LG’s New 1,443 PPI VR Display
 
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GameFace Launches Pre-Orders For $599 Standalone VR Dev Kit That Supports SteamVR
 
Display Week 2018: New Samsung, JDI and LG Panels For VR Compared
 
Moss Review: Quill is The Little Mouse That Could
 
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Superhot Dev Working On A ‘Core VR Experience’
 
Magic Leap One Is Designed For Indoor Use, Fit Shown For The First Time
 
Insomniac’s Next VR Game Lets You ‘Go Wherever You Want’ Coming 2019
 
Budget Cuts Review: Thrilling Spontaneous Stealth Betrayed By Bugs And Design Issues
 
Hands-On – Firewall: Zero Hour Is The Tactical VR Shooter We’ve Been Waiting For
 
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Oculus Faces ‘Existential Crisis’ In Handling Personal Data
 
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HTC Vive Libraries Program Will Bring VR Headsets To Over 100 Libraries

Almost a year ago to the date Oculus announced an initiative to bring VR headsets to 90 different California libraries. Now, HTC has announced the Vive Libraries Program, [...]

 
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Echo Combat Enters Open Beta Tomorrow, June 21

This article was originally published on June 7th but is being republished today since the Open Beta officially kicks off tomorrow, June 21st.

Echo Combat is poised [...]

 
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Hands-On: Echo Combat Is An Intense VR Shooter With Zero-G Movement

This article was originally published in early June and is being republished now to coincide with the upcoming Open Beta weekend, which starts tomorrow, June [...]

 
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Hands-On — The VOID’s Nicodemus: Demon Of Evanishment Will Terrify This Halloween

I jumped in surprise within 30 seconds of entering The VOID in Las Vegas. I was cowering in fear just a few minutes later.

Out of the corner of my eye I saw [...]

 
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Déraciné Is A Return To From Software’s Pre-Dark Souls Roots

One of the most surprising VR reveals from E3 last week was Déraciné, a new PlayStation VR (PSVR) exclusive from Dark Souls and Bloodborne developer, From Software. [...]

 
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E3 2018 Hands-On: Ghost Giant Is A Charming Puzzle Game About Friendship

Ghost Giant was one of the lucky few PSVR games that got some of the spotlight on Sony’s official PlayStation Blog a few days before E3 actually kicked off. Since we [...]

 
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How Sheffield Doc/Fest 2018’s VR Showcase Bested Even E3

Dan Tucker is apologizing again. We’re stepping over cables, ducking under scaffolding and trying to hear each other over the drone of drilling on the first day of [...]

 
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VR Memory Palace Platform Macunx Hits Rift, Vive For Free Today

Macunx VR is set to deliver a new way to learn inside the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive later today.

This new app from Aleksandar Kojic, Milos Kojic and publisher [...]

 
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Leap Motion’s New North Star Demo Brings Table Tennis To AR

Leap Motion has found a new use for its open source AR headset, North Star; table tennis.

The hand-tracking specialist today revealed a new demo for its headset, [...]

 
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Q&A: SculptrVR Completes Journey To All Major Platforms With PSVR Launch

Sculpting VR creativity platform SculptrVR is the work of just two people and yet, over the last two years, they’ve brought the software to practically every major VR [...]

 
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Unity Reveals MARS Tool For More Robust AR Apps

At Unity’s Berlin event the company revealed the Mixed And Augmented Reality Studio (MARS) for creating more robust software that interacts with the real-world [...]

 
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Oculus Update: Import Objects To Home, 5K Video Method Released

Oculus is supporting the glTF 2.0 file format in its Home environment and allowing users to import 3D objects with the latest update.

With the 1.27 update rolling [...]

 
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Owlchemy Labs Co-Founder Departs To Found New Startup

Owlchemy Labs co-founder and former CEO Alex Schwartz is departing the company he started. The departure comes around a year after selling the company to [...]

 
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E3 2018 Hands-On: Megalith Is A Fun Hero Shooter Meets MOBA Hybrid

VR does a few, specific things really, really well. One of those things is help players fulfill power fantasies. When I play Robo Recall, I feel like an action movie star [...]

 
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Budget Cuts Review: Thrilling Spontaneous Stealth Betrayed By Bugs And Design Issues

The last thing I expected Budget Cuts to do was to make me question my mental stability, but here I am, standing over the crumpled body of a harmless worker-bot with a pair [...]

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