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Sony’s PlayStation VR system is well and away the easiest form of non-mobile virtual reality in the world at the moment. With the introduction of VR to the console world came the possibility that there’d be more than a couple splits in content – and usability. Interaction with the 3D content in a virtual reality, from your couch, in your …
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The New York Police Department is testing the use of virtual reality as a training tool for officers. The test started in early April and involved a couple hundred officers over the course of a single week at a facility in Brooklyn. This is the first time the NYPD has used virtual reality for training, and it joins the police …
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Back at the end of March, Valve revealed – or at least teased – the Index, a new VR headset it’s been working on behind the scenes. That teaser didn’t come with any significant information on capabilities or hardware requirements, but it did suggest that we could look forward to learning more in May. With May now just around the …
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Today Facebook revealed the Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift S head-mounted-display virtual reality headsets release. They’ve confirmed the ship dates on both products, and have prices set. Now all they’ve got to do is convince the world that such products are necessary, or at least enticing for the average young person with four hundred spare dollars lying around. Below you’ll …
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Drivers are often told not to look at screens and keep their eyes on the road while driving. That, however, probably didn’t take into account when the screen is the road and is on your face anyway. Although you probably will never drive a real car on a real road wearing a VR headset, there will be “safe” places soon …
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Oculus, the Facebook-owned VR hardware company, is gearing up to release a pair of new headsets in the coming weeks: the Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift S. But during the manufacturing process it seems some unintended Easter eggs were added to the motion controllers that will ship with the devices, the company has revealed. Silly phrases like “This Space For …
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Following months of rumors, Valve teased its own virtual reality hardware called Index late last week. A Steam product page for the VR headset leaked soon after, and now Valve has confirmed its launch plans for the product, stating that it will fully unveil the Index VR headset on May 1 and launch it for purchase later on this summer. …
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Early adopters have been able to purchase the Magic Leap One headset for a few months now, but beginning next week, you’ll have another option when it comes to acquiring one. AT&T has announced that it will begin carrying the Magic Leap One next week, and it’ll have various Game of Thrones tie-ins to go along with it, just in …
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Researchers have developed a new virtual reality experience that enables users to see the world the way it may look to a tiny gremlin-like critter called a tarsier. Though the name may not be familiar to many people, some will know the creature by its bug-eyed appearance, and it’s those same eyes you can see through yourself if you have …
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Virtual and augmented reality are most often associated with games but that dismisses too easily the non-gaming applications of the technology. One of the most common is the ability to put up more screens than you can have room or budget for actual physical monitors. AR company Magic Leap has taken that idea and made it accessible to developers and …
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