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New ‘Vader Immortal’ Trailer Teases A Thrilling, Narrative-Driven VR Experience


SNL’s Maya Rudolph is your trusty droid side-kick in this narrative-driven experience. Hello, all my fellow Star Wars fanatics! Today marks the second day of the 4th annual Star Wars Celebration in Chicago, Illinois and things are heating up quick.

Watch The First Full Trailer For Star Wars: Vader Immortal For Rift + Quest


At long last, we have our first real glimpse of Star Wars: Vader Immortal Episode 1. The first proper glimpse of the game was revealed at the Star Wars Celebration event in Chicago today.

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‘Star Wars Vader Immortal’ Confirmed for Oculus Rift, New Trailer Revealed

Road to VR

Today during the Star Wars celebration event, a panel of creators developing the upcoming Star Wars Vader Immortal confirmed that the experience will be coming to the Oculus Rift, in addition to Quest which was previously confirmed.

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Racket: Nx Is Coming To Oculus Quest, Supports Cross-Buy With Rift


Racket: Nx, the game described as “racquetball meets breakout”, is coming to the Oculus Quest standalone VR system. The developers, One Hamsa, filmed a new trailer for Quest in their home country of Israel. They shot it playing outside in the desert and edited in a sci-fi background.

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Dent Reality Aims to Bring AR Indoor Directions to Malls, Airports & Retail Stores

Road to VR

Navigating indoors is still a pretty old school experience: you look for a map of shops, bathrooms, and accessibility ramps and follow signs to your desired destination, all the while knowing that the super powered computer in your pocket has lost a core functionality without GPS signal.

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Blade & Sorcery: How One Man Redefined VR Melee Combat Physics


Even though it’s still just in Early Access, Blade & Sorcery is an emerging sandbox VR combat game that’s been gaining a lot of attention as of late.

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Ghost Giant Review: A Bold And Brave Adventure That Hides A VR Treasure


Ghost Giant has all the warmth and wonder you’ve come to expect from VR storytelling. It’s got a twee diorama world of small miracles to explore, cutesy characters to fall in love with and even a handful of subversive themes to pick apart.

This Week In XR: The US ARmy, Alexa Earbuds, Snap Steps Up And More

Charlie Fink

In addition to HoloLens, Alexa, and Landmarkers, location based VR continues to grow its offerings


Hands-On: Make It Rain Music In Deemo Reborn On PSVR


Fans of rhythm games have likely heard of Deemo, the 2013 mobile title that allowed players to turn their phone into a piano and play along to various tracks.

#755: Your Body as a Mixer: Traverse Spatial Audio Platform + Bose AR with Jessica Brillhart

Voices of VR

Jessica Brillhart’s Vrai Pictures & Superbright launched a spatial audio platform at SXSW called Traverse, and they premiered a spatialized audio experience that turned your. Podcast Archive


Here’s What Information Facebook Stores About Oculus Web Browsing Activity


Oculus Quest and Oculus Go are bringing a lot of new buyers to VR headsets in 2019 and that means a lot of new people using the Oculus Browser to surf the Web. For those unfamiliar, the Oculus Browser lets you visit any normal web page while also including support for virtual worlds built with WebVR. The software includes most standard browsing features, including private browsing mode. We contacted Facebook recently to get explanations about what the company stores related to browsing activity.

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Star Wars Celebration: ‘Vader Immortal’ by ILMxLAB Is Coming to Oculus Quest—and the Rift Platform!


TL;DR: Today, Head of Media, AR/VR Experiences Colum Slevin took the stage with our partners from ILMxLAB on stage at Star Wars Celebration, where they

Facebook Workers Put ‘Big Brother Is Watching’ Inside Oculus Touch Dev Kit


Oculus founder Nate Mitchell posted three tweets revealing people working on the Oculus Touch controllers buried “easter eggs” inside the housing of “tens of thousands of Touch controllers.” ” Here are the tweets: Unfortunately, some “easter egg” labels meant for prototypes accidentally made it onto the internal hardware for tens of thousands of Touch controllers. Nate Mitchell (@natemitchell) April 12, 2019.

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‘RoboCo’ Looks to Fuel Interest in STEM by Letting You Build Useful (and Crappy) Robots

Road to VR

RoboCo is an upcoming robot-building game from Madison, Wisconsin-based indie studio Filament Games that aims to spark interest in STEM fields by offering players the tools to unleash their problem solving skills and creative potential.

Pavlov VR Modding Community Welcomes Diversity Just In Time For 20th Update


As developer Dave Villz and the team behind the popular VR FPS Pavlov VR wrap up their most recent patch, the title’s tight-knit modding community is pulling together to give representation to LGBTQ+ modders and players.

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The current status of Augmented Reality adult entertainment

The Ghost Howls

Adult entertainment has always been one of the drivers of technological innovation and XR is no exception to this rule. That’s why in this blog I have always kept an eye open to this field.