Entries in 'virtual reality' (168)
Virtual reality headset shipments will reach 30 million by 2020, a new report claims.
Sony has unveiled a rebrand for its in-development virtual reality system.
AMD’s graphics card offering is now a business all of its own.
“Cut the blue wire. No, wait – cut the red wire.”
VR might not be for everyone just yet, but you’d be a luddite to count the nascent technology out for good.
For 18 months, there have been a lot of exciting developments for VR.
Lionsgate has announced a partnership with developer Starbreeze for a virtual reality first person shooter based on 2014 action movie John Wick.
If you haven’t seen it already, look below to see how Time chose to depict its cover feature on virtual reality.
Nintendo has not been shy in downplaying virtual reality’s social credentials – but perhaps this is exactly the reason why its new NX console WILL be a VR machine.
Film director Rob McLellan has uploaded a short fan demo for a Star Wars virtual reality game.
VR creators don’t expect to change the world overnight, says the head of Sony’s London studio.
Next week could see another big player join the ever-intensifying virtual reality fray.
VR headsets could go the way of defunct game streaming services like OnLive.
Virtual reality firm Oculus has acquired an Israeli company behind a 3D hand-sensing technology.
Sony’s virtual reality tech is going to be at this year’s GameStop Expo.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has said that the early days of Hololens will not be focused on the handset’s gaming credentials.
Oculus founder Palmer Luckey has dismissed concerns that the Rift virtual reality headset will be designed as a closed ecosystem.
Virtual reality company Oculus is funding development of “about two dozen” virtual reality games via its Oculus Studios program.
Another significant industry figure has warned that we cannot yet be certain what extent virtual reality will succeed in the market.
Despite previously dimissing the potential for virtual reality, Nintendo exec Shigeru Miyamoto has hinted that one of the firm's upcoming titles would work well with the technology.
A second of Nintendo’s highest profile executives has said that Nintendo is not convinced by the current virtual reality boom.
Last week marked the final E3 before virtual reality would be made available to consumers.
It seems that for every critic declaring virtual reality to be the next major entertainment development, there’s another dismissing it as a flash in the pan.
VR has unquestionably been the most hotly debated topic in Los Angeles this week.
Virtual reality’s social credentials may remain a source of debate, but it sounds like the industry sprouting up around is quite the happy family.