CTRL is one of the first scripted dramas performed in virtual reality. As exciting as this is, this raises a few questions which can be compared to the start of filmmaking - when the wild west of production was in the hands of entrepreneurs experimenting with the new technology.
'Pokemania' comes close to describing what is happening in the UK. With rolling server cut outs, franchises such as Pizza Express jumping on the PR bandwagon, and cases of people getting hurt while hunting Magikarp - the country has gone mad for the digital critters.
Last week I came to a special event organised by Steel Media, the publishers of Pocket Gamer and who are running the Global VR Challenge, with a $35,000 cash prize. […]
Macunx wants to use VR to improve memory retention, tackle dyslexia, and improve the learning of new languages with the use of memory palaces.
After several years of VR trying and failing to make a foothold in the market, 2016 is the first year in which consumer headsets are making a dent and getting […]
While VR has exploded in popularity, and VR headsets are now starting to enter the market, developers and experimenters are starting to find new and interesting ways of using the […]
In 1995 Nintendo introduced the Virtual Boy, one of its greatest commercial failures. Poor third-party support, poor graphics, and misleading marketing led to the failure of the first gaming VR […]