CCP Invents Cross-Reality, Launches EVE: Valkyrie Warzone


Not having access to VR hardware will no longer hold gamers back from diving weapons-first into intense and highly competitive space combat with friends.

Oculus Announces $300 Commercial ‘Go for Business’ Bundle, Pre-orders Now Available

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Besides the extra gubbins, the commercial-focused headset is presumably identical to the consumer version hardware-side, containing a 538ppi, 2,560 × 1,440 “fast-switch” LCD display (1,280 × 1,440 per eye).

Microsoft to Expand HoloLens Availability to 29 More European Markets in December

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Microsoft says the HoloLens Commercial Suite is “[i]deal for organizations,” and includes the Development Edition hardware, plus a warranty and enterprise features “for added security and device management.”

The VRScout Report – The Week in VR Review


THE FAMOUS ICELANDIC ECCENTRIC EMBRACES VR. To announce this European premiere, Björk held a press conference and beamed herself in (from Iceland) via a psychedelic motion-captured avatar churning with colors (because why not?).

Hands-on: Dell Mobile Connect Brings Your Smartphone into VR With a Few Caveats

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While blowing the screen up to an impossibly large size and playing the mobile version of Fruit Ninja sitting in a photogrammetry scene of the Icelandic countryside , it struck me just how much I’d missed the sheer capability of my phone in VR.

Excerpt: Four Stories From Blake Harris Book The History Of The Future


It wasn’t that the Virtuality demo had been especially good (he left the demo sick to his stomach) but because, he assumed, that if VR hardware progressed on the same trajectory as, say, video game consoles, then it would only be a few years until virtual reality started to take of. Reykjavík, Iceland. “I The new book The History Of The Future is out today in hardcover, ebook and audiobook. The narrative written by Console Wars author Blake Harris charts the 2012 founding of Oculus.

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Google-backed Magic Leap Reveals Mixed Reality Music App


They invited a reporter from Pitchfork, an online music magazine, to its offices to check out a new mixed reality app Tónandi created in collaboration with Icelandic band Sigur Rós. It is obvious that the company still does not allow anyone to speak of the hardware they have on-hand.