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Google’s Tilt Brush Officially Comes to Rift on Oculus Home

Google’s popular virtual reality art program Tilt Brush is launching for the Oculus Rift headset with Oculus Touch controllers. The experience can be purchased today [...]

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AltspaceVR Expands Cross-Platform Support to Google Daydream and Android

In an email to UploadVR, AltspaceVR announced that it will be releasing a “new version of its software” that consists of a “mobile app that fully supports [...]

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Paulo’s Wing Is A VR Game Created Using Google’s Tilt Brush

Developed by Google, Tilt Brush lets you create art in an immersive three dimensional space using your own two hands. We’ve seen a lot of amazing things created in [...]

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Field of View: Someone Really Needs To Start Getting VR Content Curation Right

It has been a very weird week for VR content. Granted it is early in the year, but across five headsets (Rift, Vive, PS VR, Gear and Daydream), there’s very little of [...]

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Oculus On Track For Dec. 6 Touch Shipment

Well it’s that time again. Time for Oculus to launch a commercial product.

The company’s first foray into a worldwide release began on March 28 when it [...]

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‘Google Earth VR’ Launches For Free To Let You Fly Around The World

Looking down on the brilliant orange seats, and crisp green grass below me, two thoughts fight for dominance in my skull. The first is concerning all of the terrible losses [...]

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Oculus Sensors Can Now Be Purchased Individually Online For $79

High end virtual reality is getting a bit more customizable. As of today, the online Oculus store was updated to allow the purchase of individual Sensors for $79. These [...]

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