Oculus Touch now available for you to buy and hold

Modern VR systems still grapple, pardon the pun, with controllers these days and each system has a different take on how it should be done. HTC Vive has its wand while Google Daydream has its mini remote. The Oculus Rift… Continue Reading →

We Tried Leap Motion’s New Hand Tracking Module On Gear VR

Leap Motion is a young technology company that is perhaps best known at this point for what it sells at your local Best Buy. It’s a $79.99 virtual reality peripheral that can be mounted onto an Oculus Rift headset. This device then… Continue Reading →

Upload and Nokia OZO Team Up For 360 Filmmaking & Live Streaming Masterclasses

360 videos are hot commodities right now. Everyone from Facebook to YouTube to Snapchat is tripping over themselves to integrate spherical video into their platform. There’s a boom happening in demand for 360 content and the hardware to make it… Continue Reading →

Jason Rubin Explains How Oculus Will Handle Content in a Post-Touch World

Congratulations you made it! It is officially December 6. This means that today an army of holiday elves clad in brown UPS uniforms have begun delivering  little bundles of joy to eager VR enthusiasts around the world. Inside those bundles… Continue Reading →

Enter the World of NVIDIA’s VR Funhouse on Oculus Touch

For VR enthusiasts – especially Oculus Rift owners – the news today has all been about the launch of Oculus Touch. Those that have pre-ordered the new motion controllers may have already started to received their orders, or will do… Continue Reading →

vTime social network releases iPhone app

Press release: vTime Becomes The Most Widely Available Virtual Reality Social Network As It Launches on iPhone LIVERPOOL, U.K. — vTime, the VR Sociable Network, today brings its flagship mobile VR title to iPhone, making it…

International Backers of Virtuix Omni Won’t Be Getting Their Orders as Refund Programme Initiated

Casting your mind back to the early years of virtual reality’s consumer resurgence, Virtuix launched a Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign for its omni-directional treadmill, called Virtuix Omni. The campaign was highly successful raising just over $1.1 million USD, eclipsing its funding… Continue Reading →

‘MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries’ Is Designed To Support VR

These days, you likely associate the MechWarriror franchise with its most recent entry, the free-to-play, MechWarrior Online. Long before the series went in the multiplayer direction, however, it was a single-player experience. The last solo entry in the franchise was… Continue Reading →

Epic Games Release Tech Demo Bullet Train for Free on Oculus Touch

The day has finally arrived and Oculus Rift owners can now start enjoying motion control gameplay with Oculus Touch. The controllers should’ve started landing with pre-order customers today, with several free titles available to download, including The Unspoken, VR Sports Challenge,… Continue Reading →

Exclusive: ‘Unearthed Inc: The Lost Temple’ Is A Sci-fi VR Take On An ‘Indiana Jones’ Style Puzzle Game

Before I saw Raiders of the Lost Ark, the first film in the venerable Indiana Jones franchise, I told myself I wasn’t interested in that genre. Pseudo-historical fiction about architecture didn’t seem interesting to me, at least not compared to… Continue Reading →

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