How Do Two Live One Life? VR Playhouse Introduces The Surrogate

As we’ve seen with increasing regularity the idea of using virtual reality (VR) to tell a different kind of immersive story is becoming more and more common place. Sometimes these come in the form of a videogame such as Artifact… Continue Reading →

VR’s The Star As Amusement Expo International Returns Next Month

Regular readers of VRFocus will know that we often dip into how virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and even mixed reality (MR) are being utilised in the world of arcades and amusements – or to use the umbrella term with… Continue Reading →

Sony to Launch ‘Lost in Music’ VR Campaign with Khalid

Sony Corporation has announced the second instalment of its brand campaign, called ‘Lost in Music’. The brand campaign consists of live music events and a virtual reality (VR) music video for PlayStation VR, both featuring Grammy Award nominee singer and… Continue Reading →

Preview: Knights of the Drowned Table – Drunken Tales That Don’t Quite Stand up

Every good tale starts in a bar, with weary adventurers sat round a glowing fire recanting their stories of treasure, monstrous enemies and heroic deeds. And it’s from this noble starting point that Knights of the Drowned Table by RillyBoss… Continue Reading →

Starbreeze Bringing VR Installation Experience Hero To Sundance Film Festival

We are but a few days away from diving full pelt into cinema season and this year’s Sundance Film Festival taking place in Utah, USA. It, and the Slamdance Film Festival (which we will be discussing more tomorrow on VRFocus)… Continue Reading →

The Surrogate Is A Black Mirror-Style VR Experience

Netflix’s Black Mirror series has already shined the spotlight on VR in one of its many cautionary takes on the future of technology. The Surrogate, however, is a Black Mirror-style experience that takes place inside VR itself. Launching today on… Continue Reading →

AR Property Videogame Mossworld Looks For Funding With Initial ICO

As we all know augmented reality (AR) got, without question, its most important boost in terms of popularity and awareness thanks to Niantic Labs’ videogame Pokémon Go, based off of the popular series by Nintendo (via The Pokémon Company). Whilst some… Continue Reading →

CES 2018 Hands-On: Black Box VR Gave Me A Real Workout

I’m a chubby guy. I’ve been chubby ever since middle school and I don’t really have much of an excuse other than typical laziness, poor eating habits, and a lack of exercise. There are millions of people like me out… Continue Reading →

Wes Anderson’s Isle Of Dogs Is Getting A VR Experience

The Grand Budapest Hotel director Wes Anderson’s latest project, The Isle of Dogs, has to be one of our most anticipated movies of 2018. Firstly because it’s made by one of the best directors of our time and secondly because,… Continue Reading →

Try on Bags and Phone Cases in Augmented Reality

Trying on clothes and accessories with the help of augmented reality (AR) seems like the new trend. It was only the other day we saw Amazon patents that allude to an AR armoire to try on digital clothes with, and now… Continue Reading →

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