Sat.Jun 01, 2019

Nintendo Adds VR Support To Super Smash Bros. Ultimate


Nintendo adds the hit crossover fighting game to its Labo VR catalog. Despite enjoying playing sports myself, I’d be the first one to admit that I was never fond of watching them on TV.

HP Reverb is finally available in the US and other selected countries

The Ghost Howls

The HP Reverb is now finally available in selected places. I have spent the last weeks asking whoever people something about it, and today the awesome Joanna Popper notified me that it is finally on sale online on HP Store. So, if you are interested in a high-resolution headset, shop it now !

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The DeanBeat: The Building Blocks Of Better AR/VR At Augmented World Expo


Most of the tech at the Augmented World Expo 2019 event wasn’t about games. But it was still intriguing for me to see the technologies that are coming together that will lead to the next-generation augmented reality, virtual reality, and mixed reality technologies.

‘Trover Saves the Universe’ Launches on PSVR, Coming to PC Next Week

Road to VR

Trover Saves the Universe , the latest VR title from Squanch Games and the mind of Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland, launched today on PS4 with support for both PSVR and non-VR. The game will launch for PC VR headsets via Steam next week.

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Startups Weekly: Will the real unicorns please stand up?

TechCrunch VR

Hello and welcome back to Startups Weekly, a newsletter published every Saturday that dives into the week’s noteworthy venture capital deals, funds and trends. Before I dive into this week’s topic, let’s catch up a bit.

Capturing humans to make a synthetic world: converting 2D videos of humans to 3D with RADiCAL

Robert Scoble

It used to be that motion capture was so expensive that only big movie studios could afford to do it. No more, we learned in New York. Irena Cronin, CEO of Infinite Retina , and I are talking with people all over the world who are building Spatial Computing companies.

“But I don’t want to wear glasses”

Robert Scoble

I wrote this as a way to think through some of the issues coming in the Spatial Computing world in preparation for a book coming in 2020 that Irena Cronin and I are writing, but we decided not to run this in the book, so am running it here instead. You will be fired if you don’t wear fourth paradigm Spatial Computing devices.