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“VR for Education” Reviews Perpetual Nomads

We’re positively chuffed here at Mez Breeze Design Headquarters to report that Elliot Hu-Au, a reporter from the publication “Virtual Reality in Education”, has taken the time to review our VR Experience Perpetual Nomads. It’s a great review which includes such gems as: “Perpetual Nomads is an immersive and visually impressive short story that contains […]
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Google Producing An AR/VR Hybrid Headset?

Engadget says while the headset has a screen, its feature may lean more on augmented reality. It’s not clear what that would look like yet, but it could mean the device is closer to Microsoft’s HoloLens than something like the Oculus Rift. According to Recode, the original device had been designed to compete with other […]
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Oculus Launches “VR for Good” in High Schools

Oculus is rolling out a program with the goal of using VR as an inspiration for social change. Dubbed VR for Good, the program launches with two pilots. In the first, the Facebook-owned company is connecting students at nine San Francisco Bay Area high schools with professional filmmakers, the aim of which is to have […]
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Oculus Rift Pre-Ordering Starts in 2 days

You can pre-order the Oculus Rift starting Jan. 6 at 8am PT, but we still don’t know how much the virtual reality rig is going to cost you. Oculus announced today the opening date for pre-orders, and that Oculus founder Palmer Luckey will be answering questions during a Reddit AMA also on Jan. 6 at […]
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LA Philharmonic’s Beethoven VR: Behind the Scenes

Go behind the scenes of the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s new virtual reality classical music experience! In this exclusive video, see how the LA Phil created its VAN Beethoven mobile tour using cutting-edge Oculus technology.