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In this GDC 2018 talk, Owlchemy Labs' Alex Schwartz and Devin Reimer break down the successes, failures, and lessons learned during the development of Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality. ...
The virtual reality playing field is spreading out to fill all niches, and HTC is helping speed that along by getting its open source platform Vive Wave out to third party companies. Chinese manufacturer Shadow Creator is the latest to jump on board, unveiling the Shadow VR standalone headset... Continue Reading New standalone, Vive-based VR headset steps out of the Shadows Category: VR
A dev diary for Cinderella VR, in which we discuss choosing a concept, planning, learning VR & Unity, making mini-games, 2D art, animation, and much more. ...
Ducati has just debuted the most extreme petrol-powered supersport bike in history at EICMA in Milan. The new king of the Panigale range is a World Superbike homologation special with a set of specifications that should strike fear into the heart of any mortal. Oh, and it's got wings, too... Continue Reading Hail to the king: Ducati's new Panigale V4R is the most powerful production bike i
Sony†™s PlayStation VR and Lenovo†™s Mirage Solo are two very different VR headsets on a technical level, but visually the two shared an unmistakable resemblance to one another. ...
Virtual reality doesn't seem to have set the world on fire as much as manufacturers would have liked, but that isn't stopping them refining their tech with new versions. Samsung is the latest to update its VR headset, announcing the HMD Odyssey+ which targets the dreaded "Screen Door Effect" with a clever new tactic and adds a few ergonomic improvements to the outer shell... Continue Readi
Devin Reimer and Andrew Eiche of Owlchemy Labs share their thoughts on what's changed in VR interaction design. ...
After five years, Sixense is refunding all Kickstarter users who backed the Sixense Stem, a virtual reality motion controller which was first pitched back in 2013. ...
Before heading to Naughty Dog, developer Pete Ellis worked on the PSVR launch game RIGS: Mechanized Combat League at now-defunct Guerrilla Cambridge. Two years later, he looks back on this modern VR effort. ...
Virtual reality motion controllers work pretty well at syncing up the movements of digital digits with your real ones, but they aren't all that good at recreating the sense of touch. Scientists from EPFL and ETH Zurich have developed new haptic gloves that could help users get in touch with virtual objects... Continue Reading Light, thin VR gloves put wearers in touch with virtual objects


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