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Yuck It Up, Humanity, Because VR Is Going To Make Things Really Weird

The Internetogencia was all in a tizzy this week as it commented on a cover photo from Time magazine extolling the simple joys of VR. The cover, if you haven’t seen it, features the disheveled founder of Oculus Rift, Palmer Luckey, who looked like a jolly baby as he bumbled around a virtual seashore. 462 more words

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TIME talk about the revolution of VR, so let's all make fun of their Palmer Luckey cover

It’s always a pretty big deal when mainstream media decides to cover games in a positive manner. TIME magazine recently ran an article titled; “The Surprising Joy of Virtual Reality – And why it’s about to change the world.” Which is awesome, because VR is shaping up quite nicely and it’s always nice to get some positive press. 261 more words

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TIME Makes 3D Cool Again

I equate this to being really into a show as a kid, finding out that mom and dad really like that show too and then suddenly finding that show to be completely lame. 66 more words

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The Surprising Fun the Internet Had With Time Magazine's Virtual Reality Cover

Time magazine’s decision to put Oculus founder Palmer Luckey on the cover of its newest issue¬†could be seen¬†as a watershed moment for the nascent virtual reality space. 302 more words

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11 Things We Learned By Trying Every Virtual Reality Headset Out There

In the August 17 cover story of TIME, we take a deep look at the mainstreaming of virtual reality, the long-promised technology that is now becoming widely available to consumers. 1,424 more words

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Should You Buy the Hype? An Inside Look at the Virtual Reality Landscape

When 19-year-old Palmer Luckey launched an ambitious virtual reality Kickstarter campaign back in 2012, in no way could he have dreamt up a scenario that involved reawakening a billion-dollar industry, grabbing Mark Zuckerberg as a boss, or fueling a conglomerate arms race between Facebook, Google, Samsung, Sony, HTC, Intel and AMD. 51 more words

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