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Intel’s Cordless VR Headset

The Project Alloy headset incorporated Intel’s front-facing 3-D camera technology, which it calls Real Sense. That gives users the ability to use hand gestures to execute commands.The headset Krzanich showed the audience was a single unit, no trailing wires, no tethering to a computer. The design contrasts with Facebook’s Oculus Rift, the $600 VR headset […]
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“Stranger Things” Virtual Reality/360 Experience [Jumpscare Ending]

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“If the future of video games is VR, it needs to stop making us feel sick…”

Perhaps what E3 really showed was that the idea of virtual reality as a “genre” rather than a “platform” is a mistaken one. Developers will need to forge new game styles and new conventions and these will serve a wide variety of experiences that may not resemble those that we’ve been having for the last […]
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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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“Virtually There” VR Conference and Exhibition

The Virtually There exhibit features over 20 documentary VR experiments including highlights from Sundance, IDFA, MIT and the National Film Board of Canada. The Enemy project will be world premiering its collective VR experience.Location: Lower and Upper Atrium at 20 Ames. E-15 on the MIT Campus Map Source: Virtually There