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The Top 25 Best PSVR 2 Games And Experiences – Spring 2023

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Looking to find the best PlayStation VR2 games available on Sony’s new headset? Here’s out full list of the top 25 best PSVR 2 games for PS5. At launch in February 2023, PSVR 2 came running through the door with a fairly hefty library of VR games and exclusive titles. It’s only getting bigger too, with more games launching every week and many more to come.

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Unleashing the Power Of AI: 14 More Mind-Blowing Tools Beyond ChatGPT

Bernard Marr

AI is still the hottest topic in tech due to the massive success of ChatGPT, now thought to have the fastest-growing user base of any application in history. In a previous article , I highlighted various exciting AI tools and platforms, from chatbots to computer vision apps, for day-to-day and professional use. (That article also includes a brief introduction to the new breed of “generative” AI apps that are taking the internet by storm– so if you have no idea what I’m talking about when I men

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Half-Life 2: Episode Two VR Mod Finishes The Job On April 6

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Half-Life 2: Episode Two will soon join its predecessors in PC VR, arriving as a free Steam mod on April 6. Having previously confirmed plans for an Episode Two VR port, the Source VR Mod Team revealed the release date for this final part (sorry Half-Life 3 hopefuls) of Valve’s iconic FPS last week when Half-Life 2: Episode One VR Mod released.

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“March Madness: A Week-Long Roundup of Happenings!”


This past week, the Meta Quest Platform released a plethora of updates and new titles. Here are some of the highlights: First off, a number of exciting games have been launched on the platform.

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The Future of eLearning in 2022: A Sensitive Eye for Authentic Translation and Localization

Speaker: Chris Paxton McMillin, President of D3 Training Solutions

To avoid awkward and sometimes disastrous learning content, instructional designers must use authentic translation in the right context to get optimal results. For example, even a simple phrase like “got milk” translates to “are you lactating” in Mexico. Can you imagine what a straight translation might do to your course? With over 317 million people in the US and over 6.7 billion potential customers in the world, personalizing training seems logical.

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Not For Broadcast VR Review: Nightly News Has Never Been So Fun

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Not For Broadcast is the propaganda broadcasting experience available now for Quest 2 and PC VR. This flatscreen-to-VR port translates nicely, delivering a wonderfully entertaining job sim filled with clever adult humor. Find out more in our Not For Broadcast VR review. It’s the 1980s and you’ve been appointed the studio director for the National Nightly News.