Entries in 'virtual reality' (57)
UK studio nDreams will unveil a new virtual reality game at E3 2014, the developer has teased.
The often unpopular light bar on the DualShock 4 controller was included at the request of the team working on the VR Project Morpheus headset.
Phil Spencer has said that the virtual reality revolution may indeed finally be upon us.
The UK High Street is optimistic about the success of virtual reality headsets.
PlayStation will offer insight into Project Morpheus and making games for virtual reality at a special Develop event later this month.
Sony wants to prove to the world that virtual reality is not just for hardcore gamers playing on their own.
Virtual reality may not just mean the end of TVs – it might actually mean the end of ever interacting with actual flesh and blood people altogether.
Is VR the next 3D TV or the future of entertainment? Unsurprisingly the founder of Oculus falls into the latter camp.
Famed nature documentary maker David Attenborough’s next show will also be available for Oculus Rift.
New platforms such as Oculus Rift, Xbox One or PS4 will need to hit unit sales of between five and ten million units before Wargaming will target them.
Omni-directional VR treadmill Virtuix Omni will begin shipping in September.
The former boss of Sega’s Western arm Mike Hayes has joined the board of virtual reality and virtual world firm nDreams.
A rare voice of dissent has risen from the crowds to question the notion that virtual reality is the future of computing.
Valve's Michael Abrash has joined Oculus after three and a half years with the company.
John Carmack has spoken positively of Facebook's acquisition of Oculus and believes the firm gets "the big picture" for virtual reality's potential.
Despite Facebook’s entry into the virtual reality market doesn’t mean the sector won’t be led by indie developers.
Slightly Mad Studios’ upcoming racing title Project Cars will be compatible with Sony’s Project Morpheus virtual reality headset.
Once there were PCs. Then there were mobiles. Next there will be virtual reality.
A virtual reality version of Minecraft in the planning stages for Oculus Rift has been cancelled.
Who saw this coming? Social media giant Facebook has made a massive move into gaming with the acquisition of VR specialist Oculus.
While there is some money to be made from virtual reality, Sony is wasting its time on the technology.
Virtual reality hardware will need to hit the seven figure sales milestone before it becomes a realistic proposition for triple-A publishers.
Virtual reality is coming to PS4.
It really does look as if VR is going to be the next interactive tech battleground.
An Oculus Rift-rivalling virtual reality headset from Sony will be revealed next month.