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Finding Small Parts Is Easier Than Ever With Amazon AR

If you have ever been in the middle of making, assembling or repairing something and suddenly realised that you are short one crucial, but very small component, you might know what a pain it is to find an exact match… Continue Reading →

Why Farpoint’s Best Moments Don’t Involve A Gun

It took me a little time, but last week I finally took the internet’s cruelly-delivered advice, manned up, and shot my way through Farpoint. There was some screaming, some jumping and some “lalalala I’m not really here”-ing, but by god… Continue Reading →

Jido Maps Are Building A Save Button For AR Experiences

Augmented reality (AR) continues to see new applications and uses almost daily as companies continue to try and push the immersive technology forward to new heights. It is companies like Jido Maps that are aiming to do just that as… Continue Reading →

VR for Training Orthopaedic Surgeons

Virtual reality (VR) in both training and healthcare areas has been seeing a surge in growth as an increasing number of companies and providers adopt the technology. One of those has been the Johnson & Johnson Institute, which recently launched… Continue Reading →

The Persistence Developers Talk Sci-Fi, Mutants and Gameplay

Sci-fi horror The Persistence will soon be emerging onto the PlayStation VR, with its release date due on 24th July, 2018. The team behind the title have taken inspiration from a variety of sources for the creation of the title,… Continue Reading →

Spider-Man Won’t Swing In Marvel VR, Oculus Explains Why

Yesterday we finally got the news we’d been waiting for; Spider-Man will indeed be a playable character in Marvel: Powers United VR when it launches on Oculus Rift next week (along with several other fan-favorite characters like Wolverine). But those of… Continue Reading →

Virtual Whisky With The Macallan Experience

Whisky has formed a cornerstone of Scottish culture for many, many years, and many historical distilleries are set in beautiful locations, such as the Macallan Distillery in Speyside. Many whisky fans never get the chance to experience their favourite wee… Continue Reading →

VirtualLink standard paves way for USB-C next-gen VR headsets

A handful of major tech companies have worked together to introduce VirtualLink, a new open industry standard that’ll hopefully result in a future where all headsets feature a USB-C port. The new specification was introduced today by a consortium led… Continue Reading →

Marvel Powers United VR Rift + Touch Bundle arrives next week

Ahead of the game’s release later this month comes the Marvel Powers United VR Special Edition Rift + Touch Bundle, a kit containing the Oculus VR headset and controllers, as well as the new Marvel virtual reality game. Gamers who… Continue Reading →

Stand Out: VR Battle Royale Livestream – It’s Basically PUBG Meets VR

Stand Out: VR Battle Royale is an Early Access VR shooter on Steam that’s gained a lot of traction over the last few months. The concept is simple: offer a bare bones battle royale experience with 20-30 players on an… Continue Reading →

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