Entries in 'vr' (97)
Former King man and Candy Crush mastermind Tommy Palm thinks VR is not only nearly upon us, but is destined to become a mass-market proposition.
It will take longer than some people think for VR to hit the big time, the CEO of CCP has said.
Oculus VR has announced the hiring of former Valve member Anna Sweet.
It’s looking increasingly unlikely that the pioneering virtual reality headset Oculus Rift will launch this side of Christmas.
There's another virtual reality chair in the works.
Industry veterans David Wessman, Jack Mamais and Coray Seifert have come together to form Impeller Studios, a new independent outfit focused on developing VR titles.
Virtual reality. It’s a phrase that’s often thrown around with both excitement and wariness – some proclaim it as the next big leap in gaming technology, while others question ...
From VR to 4K, eSports to free-to-play, there has never been a better time to be gaming on PC.
Virtual reality app store Wear VR has raised $1.5m as it aims to build a more robust independent marketplace.
In the last few years, VR has gone from a one horse race to having a number of different players.
Tech firm HTC is planning a world tour to let consumers try its new VR headset, Vive.
Now that consumer virtual reality headsets are finally on the horizon, are they really going to change the world as firms like Oculus would have us believe?
Microsoft’s investment in ambitious augmented reality headset Hololens does not mean the company won’t make a move into the ‘full’ virtual reality market.
Crytek is currently experimenting with virtual reality and how its CryEngine technology can power such an experience.
Virtual reality will have as big an impact on video games as motion controls, says GAME
Virtual reality has been a major headline-grabber for the past week, but one company at GDC is taking it in a rather unexpected direction: right up your nostrils.
Virtual reality will not follow in the footsteps of 3D TV and fall by the wayside.
Half-Life 3 could come to virtual reality, says Valve.
Valve reckons it has cracked the motion sickness problem that virtual reality headsets cause with a number of players.
Graphics card manufacturer AMD has revealed its VR software development kit.
A brand new GeForce Titan graphics card has been announced by Nvidia.
The Vive VR headset won’t be Valve’s only entry into the Virtual Reality hardware market; the firm also has VR controllers in the works.
Sony is slowly closing in on a final release date for its virtual reality headset.
The chairwomen of HTC, which is making Valve’s VR headset, has hinted at a possible virtual reality version of Half-life.
Some play games to escape from the daily grind, but this doesn’t appear to be the market being targeted by the first game confirmed for SteamVR.