Entries in 'vr' (58)
Virtual reality isn’t just for gaming, it’s for everyone – even if many people are yet to understand that.
Sony reckons that its own entry into the virtual reality market is nearing completion.
Samsung's recently unveiled Gear VR headset offers an experience superior to the first generation Oculus Rift, according to Climax's technical director.
A dedicated controller designed to suit the needs of virtual reality titles could well be in development at Oculus Rift.
We can finally reveal our full schedule for the upcoming Games Retail 2020.
Developers have begun announcing titles for the newest entrant to the virtual reality market – Samsung’s Gear VR.
There is now officially a new entrant in the virtual reality space.
An alternative virtual reality treadmill has hit its funding target on Kickstarter.
It doesn’t look like Sony intends to release any motion controlled games in the near future, but PlayStation Move may yet have its day.
It may sound preposterous, but Oculus Rift has quite a bit in common with Nintendo’s Wii.
So survival horror is dead, is it? Upcoming indie Oculus Rift game The Hum disagrees.
The next competitor in the increasingly crowded virtual reality sector has been pictured for the first time.
Google has confirmed plans to add native virtual reality support to its Chrome web browser.
Virtual reality is a serious part of PlayStation’s future, according to Sony’s UK boss Andrew House.
Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus have a new virtual reality playmate – Google Cardboard.
The owner of London’s video game café Loading Bar James Dance shares his thoughts on the new virtual reality headsets and whether they will have mainstream success...
It’s looking unlikely that Nintendo will follow the likes of Sony, Valve and Oculus into the virtual reality sector.
A new VR-powered title is making it way to Oculus Rift and PS4 via Project Morpheus.
If a headset and motion treadmill weren’t enough, now gamers can add gloves to their VR shopping list.
Samsung and Oculus are working together on a new headset, rumours have claimed.
Virtual reality will have good appeal to core gamers but may struggle to break the mass-market, according to Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick.
"I think really bad VR is the only thing that can kill off VR."
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.
John Carmack's former employer ZeniMax Media has reportedly accused the industry veteran of improperly providing the firm's technology to Oculus VR.
Phil Spencer has said that the virtual reality revolution may indeed finally be upon us.