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Onward Livestream: Lock And Load For VR Military Sim FPS Action

Almost two years ago Onward hit Steam and set the VR world on fire. Dante Buckley, a then-one-man-development studio that taught himself everything he knows after dropping [...]

 
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Benchmarking Snapdragon 845 And Testing A New Qualcomm Reference Headset

Last week, Qualcomm invited me onsite to benchmark their latest Snapdragon 845 SoC and platform. This new Snapdragon 845 was originally unveiled at the company’s big [...]

 
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What to Expect in Wireless for AR and VR in 2018

As an analyst, I have many areas of coverage when it comes to computing. In addition to covering AR and VR, I also spend a lot of my time covering wireless technologies. [...]

 
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The 9 Best Daydream VR Games You Can Play Right Now

Google Daydream has now been out for a year, and it’s already built up a pretty respectable line-up of mobile VR games, both new and old. The problem is it’s [...]

 
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The 2017 Virtual Reality Conference and Expo Schedule

2016 could be considered the official introduction of virtual reality to the world and many industries have either embraced the technology at varying levels or simply [...]

 
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Stop Complaining About VR Game Prices

[Editor’s Note] – This article was previously published on July 1st, 2016 and has been republished to continue the conversation. Do you think VR game prices are [...]

 
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Birdly Simulator Features a “Man-Sized” VR Controller in Ulm, Germany

If Ubisoft’s Eagle Flight wasn’t immersive enough, here comes the Birdly simulator by Swiss firm Somniacs. Currently on display in Ulm, Germany, the Birdly [...]

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