Interesting articles about VR – week #25

How consumers are about to revolutionize casual gaming. Again. How many of you remember what the gaming ecosystem looked like in 2007? There were consoles, PC gaming, Macs were practically a no-show except for “light” games, and mobile gaming was ports of 8 bit gaming engines and evolved versions of snake. Jaron Lanier Explains What … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #25

Interesting articles about VR – week #24

Eye-tracking tech tricks VR players into infinite walking – in circles Virtual reality is great at immersing us in gigantic worlds that seem to go on forever – until you take three steps and bump into the living room wall that you forgot was there. Now, computer scientists have developed a system that can trick … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #24

Interesting articles about VR – week #23

Why isn't VR more popular? A friend of mine posted on Facebook recently that VR is the technology that nobody wants. I instinctively disagree with that because such massive progress has been made in VR over the last few years that it seems like it is poised to become the "next big thing". And yet … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #23

Interesting articles about VR – week #22

Valve’s New Site Affirms Role of VR in Company’s Future, Teases “Top secret” Games “We make games, Steam, and hardware. Join us,” says the first line of Valve’s newly redesigned website—in big bold red letters—bringing its look more in line with 2010’s design language than the previous version that screamed ‘late 2000’s’. Along with the … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #22

Editors’ picks #26 – Water towns

If you feel like taking an amazing trip across our beautiful planet, we’re here to provide you with the coolest panoramic shots the 360Cities community photographers have uploaded recently.   Iron Bridge by Dxinwei This time we start in China, but however, this one is not for the faint hearted. This old iron rope bridge is … Continue reading Editors’ picks #26 – Water towns