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Developer Plays Oculus And Steam Games With Valve’s Knuckles Controllers

Valve is developing a pair of more immersive hand controllers currently called “Knuckles” that promise to offer more precise finger tracking and grasping sensations in VR. Though the controllers are still in a prototype phase and likely to change, Valve… Continue Reading →

Edgar Allan Poe’s Poem “The Raven” Brought to Life on Oculus Rift

Inspiration for virtual reality (VR) content can come from anywhere, literature, films, other videogames, but rarely do you see one inspired by a poem. That’s exactly what Thomas Pasieka has done with his newly released project for Oculus Rift, giving life… Continue Reading →

The Next Step for VR Headsets: Display Technology to Improve Before Wireless Solutions Arrive

The growing adoption of virtual reality (VR) devices worldwide is a fantastic achievement, but at the same time is accelerating the need for improved hardware. While many argue that wireless head-mounted displays (HMDs) are the next barrier, ABI Research suggests… Continue Reading →

The Mighty Eye Brings 3D Puzzling to Samsung Gear VR Next Week

Electrolit is set to launch a new 3D puzzle videogame next week, specifically designed for virtual reality (VR). The Mighty Eye will be available on Samsung Gear VR, with a special discounted price for a limited time. The Mighty Eye… Continue Reading →

PlayStation Experience Returns To Anaheim This December

When it comes to the PlayStation VR there are several markers points throughout the year when we can get an idea as to where Sony Interactive Entertainment are steering their products – including of course their aforementioned head-mounted display (HMD)… Continue Reading →

How Cloud-Based Physics Could Revolutionise VR

Processing power needed to run virtual reality (VR) is high. You need to be able to run a videogame at 90 frames per second (FPS) with stereoscopic rendering and high-end tracking to have an enjoyable VR experience. Cloudgine however think… Continue Reading →

CollabHub Is A Virtual Whiteboard With Plenty Of Possibilities

VR has made us think and create outside the box. But what if we jumped back inside the box? Would we do anything new with it? Can we teach an old dog new tricks? CollabHub is pretty good proof that… Continue Reading →

PlayStation R&D Listing Suggests Multi-Sensor PSVR Tracking In The Works

PlayStation VR (PSVR) is a fantastic VR headset, but one of its biggest issues is the tracking system. A new job listing suggests Sony is working on something new to improve that aspect. PlayStation’s London-based R&D lab is looking for… Continue Reading →

Vertigo Games’ Strategy Title Skyworld Coming to Windows MR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift This Fall

Arizona Sunshine developer Vertigo Games has announced today that its virtual reality (VR) videogame, Skyworld, will be released this Fall for Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Windows Mixed Reality (MR) headsets.  Created in conjunction with Wolfdog Interactive, Skyworld is a one to two… Continue Reading →

Media Molecule’s Dreams Still Has PSVR Support

It feels like an age since we’ve seen Dreams, but that’s because it has been. Media Molecule’s next big game missed out on both E3 2016 and 2017 showings after debuting at the event in 2015, and we’ve been dying… Continue Reading →

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