The Virtual Arena: The Attraction Industry’s VR Future! (Part 1)

As more and more investment pivots towards Digital Out-of-Home Entertainment (DOE) applications of Virtual Reality (VR), in his latest column, Kevin Williams, charts some of the pivotal developments that were seen at the leading International amusement and attraction convention in… Continue Reading →

Oculus Content VP Jason Rubin: ‘I Love Skyrim, But My Goal Is To See A Made-For-VR MMO On Our Platform’

A year ago people were just starting to explore Oculus Touch and the feeling of bringing your hands into a virtual world with the Oculus Rift. HTC Vive beat Touch to market by about eight months with hand controllers, and… Continue Reading →

Skyrim VR vs. Fallout 4 VR – Which Is The Better Port?

Fallout 4 VR is finally released to the world on Steam with official support for HTC Vive (and unofficial support for Oculus Rift) to gamers everywhere. A few weeks ago Bethesda also released The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR on… Continue Reading →

Fallout 4 VR’s Blur Issues Fixed In Steam Beta Update

Those of you having troubles with blurriness and low-resolution textures in Bethesda’s just-released Fallout 4 VR are in luck; the developer appears to have fixed the issue. The game, which launched yesterday with HTC Vive support, ports the entire original… Continue Reading →

Golem Rolls Towards PlayStation VR

Highwire have been very cagey about its upcoming PlayStation VR title Golem, only revealing the bare minimum and letting fans speculate to try to fill in the gaps themselves. Now the beans have been spilled with a blog post by… Continue Reading →

Yue Cheng Technology Are Looking To Bring Premium VR Films & Experiences To China

The Chinese market continues to be a growing factor for manufacturers and creators of virtual reality (VR). The number of consumers of VR is considerable, and it is a number that is only growing. Especially with the growing number of VR… Continue Reading →

The Last Guardian VR Briefly Brought My Dreams To Life

I’m a staunch defender of The Last Guardian, Sony’s long-delayed final entry in the Team Ico trilogy. While not without issue, I challenge anyone to see it through without admiring the archaic scenery — a Team Ico hallmark — and… Continue Reading →

SONIFI Health and Shaftesbury Work On Therapeutic VR

Though hospitals are places where people go to get better, for many people the clinical environment is stressful and not conducive to healing. SONIFI Health in partnership with virtual reality (VR) content company Shaftesbury VR is using VR to tackle… Continue Reading →

Gunjack 2 Comes To Gear VR As CCP Winds Down Efforts

Eve: Valkyrie launched as a seemingly perfect fit for the Oculus Rift in March 2016. The effort by CCP Games to build a compelling seated VR experience that would see space pilots using a gamepad to shoot down ships for… Continue Reading →

VR vs. In Moderation

Any social media or community manager knows if you want to get through the day without being thoroughly depressed never read the comments section. Of course, being your job that’s not something you can entirely avoid. But needless to say,… Continue Reading →

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