Mark Zuckerberg shared images of an Oculus Research lab in Redmond, providing a glimpse of the VR technologies the company is developing.
Asus has announced that its updated gaming laptops are now VR Ready.
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PlayStation VR has some tough obstacles to face in the coming months.
A popular YouTuber has addressed various problems with VR headsets.
This is the VR headset you need to buy.
Razer have announced a Virtual Reality headset, the HDK.
HTC has announced a new VR headset, the Vive Business Edition (“Vive BE”).
HP, MSI, Gigabyte and Zotac all debuted “backpack PCs”, powerful mini-computers that are powerful enough for VR-gaming.
Oculus’ latest attempt to block cross-platform play has inadvertently made piracy easier.
VREAL, a streaming service specifically designed to take advantage of VR-devices hopes to take advantage of the growing popularity of VR.
Samsung South Africa has started sending out vouchers for virtual reality games to Galaxy S7 owners who got a free Gear VR with their smartphone.
Oculus Rift founder, Palmer Luckey, has urged developers to be realistic about returns from the VR market.
There’s no doubt about it, the Oculus Rift is a great piece of tech, but you’re going to have to pay through the nose to get one.
And that means a price, finally. Gird your loins.
How the heck is Oculus going to sell five million Oculus Rift headsets next year, as analysts have predicted, when it’s going to cost such a large sum of money to run?
You know what they say: money cannot buy happiness. But it can buy a gaming franchise, and that’s pretty darn close.
Even in spite of its fairly hefty price tag.
Suffice it to say, it’s an expensive piece of kit.
The previous Gear VR, by the way, was $200.