The PSVR has become the best-selling VR headset, and for good reason: It’s affordable, has a big library of AAA VR games available, and works with the most popular gaming console in the world. Sony recently announced that they’ve passed the 1 million units sold milestone, but in an interview with Business Insider, Jim Ryan
The Science Museum is offering a new attraction – a 360 VR recreation of Tim Peake’s descent from space back to earth It lasts for 12 minutes, and offers visitors the closest they’ll ever get to being an astronaut without having to wee through a tube or eat that weird freeze-dried space ice-cream that they sell in gift
To coincide with the release of the live action Ghost in the Shell movie (hitting cinemas tomorrow), Oculus Studios has been working on a VR experience that’ll let you step inside this iconic cyberpunk dystopia. Besides the incredibly brief teaser above, details are currently very sparse, but we know there will be two versions available: one for the Oculus
For those used to running dual monitor setups on their PC, VR experiences can often feel somewhat constrained. Despite all of that mind-blowing immersion, when you need to look something up online or check your e-mail you typically have to take your headset off and break completely out of the experience. Playing any reasonably complex
There are a lot of people who, after going to football match, end up watching the match again on TV once they get home. Why? Because they say they missed too much by actually being there. It sounds crazy, but it makes sense: as exhilarating as watching a game live is – the atmosphere, the
Treading dangerously close to the uncanny valley, Google are working on a technique to digitally (re)impose a person’s face over their VR headset, so that filmed footage of them makes the headset appear transparent. It’s essentially a particularly advanced form of face mapping: you digitally scan your face and your own face is then mapped to
We’ve been busy soaking up just about every VR experience we can get our hands on over the last couple of years, and it’s about time we gave some thoughts on what we think the greatest and best out there is. To kick things off, we’ve assembled our top 10 favourite VR games – across all platforms, and all time (well, all 2-3 years of modern VR history) – into one post for your viewing pleasure.