Everyone’s talking about virtual reality – and with good reason. With Oculus and Gear finally in the hands of consumers, Vive and PlayStation VR on the way, and countless devs focusing purely on the new medium, the technology is at an important step on its journey to the mainstream.
Here at Develop, we obviously cover a fair amount of virtual reality news but this month we’re going one step further with an entire month dedicated to the realm of virtual reality games development.
We’ve already made a start, with Amiqus offering an overview of the market’s potential, NDreams’ Patrick O’Luanaigh discussing the possibilities for social VR experiences, and Harbottle & Lewis advising devs on the tricky legal issues that emerge from the new VR market – could injured players really sue developers, for example?
You’ll be able to find all our virtual reality content by clicking the VR Special tag on the homepage – or why not bookmark it now to save time?
Got something to say about virtual reality and developing for VR? Email James Batchelor via firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss how you could get involved.