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Stanford Virtual Reality Lab Ditches $40K Rig for $350 Oculus Rift

Ever since the Oculus Rift first started blowing minds a few years ago, virtual reality hasn’t just been a hot topic, it’s inspired a $2 billion Facebook acquisition and a mob of competitors. 89 more words

Virtual Reality

Oculus Co-Founder Nate Mitchell Will Give Disrupt NY The Real Deal On Virtual Reality

Oculus is getting ready to launch its consumer Rift virtual reality headset so at TechCrunch Disrupt NY I’ll be sitting down with the man who made it. 246 more words

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19 septembre 2013 Minuit Ourense 19 septembre 2013 Midnight

Nous voilà de nouveau réunis tous les quatre pour trois journées intenses de travail. Hier nous devions essayer un nouveau casque temporel envoyé par l’EDITEUR. Il semble qu’il ait rencontré récemment un constructeur français qui lui a proposé un nouveau modèle susceptible de compléter les lunettes bleues. 712 more words

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Cutting Edge Tech - Oculus Rift, Altergaze, 3D Doodler

Welcome back to the home of Malta 3D Printing

With a host of exciting 3D printing prospects on the horizon, our team of tech junkies are on constant alert for promising projects in the industry. 776 more words

Blog

The Oculus Rift Might not be Released in 2015

A while ago, the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset founder Palmer Luckey had stated that something must be going “horribly wrong” for said device to not launch sometime during this year. 239 more words

News

GDC 2015 - Unity Livestream Presentation

Very cool, I’ll be using Unity 5 for my upcoming project. What is it you ask? I’ll tell you later this month!

Gaming General

Here’s How Valve Cracked Virtual Reality’s Biggest Problem

This is shaping up to be the most important year in the tumultuous, not-quite-there-yet history of virtual reality.

A number of companies, from Facebook and Samsung to Google and Microsoft, are making significant pushes into the technology, which has been a mainstay of science fiction for decades but has largely failed to materialize as a viable consumer product. 375 more words