Interesting articles about VR – week #39

October is VR’s biggest month: Google Daydream, Oculus Touch, and PlayStation VR Even if you’ve tried virtual reality or already own a VR system, nothing has prepared you for what’s coming over the next month. Three major VR platforms are expected to launch before Thanksgiving Day with massive announcements and retail roll-outs in the works. New … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #39

Editors’ picks of the week

Hi everyone! Bored at work or at school? Well, we have something that will brighten up your day for sure – let’s have a virtual trip around the world, thanks to the coolest panoramic photos the 360Cities photographers uploaded recently.   Между Аэропортом and Сабетта by Anton Fadeev (click the pictures to open the panos) No … Continue reading Editors’ picks of the week

Interesting articles about VR – week #37

VR games mature together with the technology, cinematic VR does not I think my fascination for first-person storytelling started when I was about 8 years old. Around this age, I watched and thought along with games like Myst and River, which my father used to play on our CD-i player. We loved the first person point … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #37

Interesting articles about VR – week #36

Academic research looks beyond the hype for better quality virtual reality experiences “Once again!” say researchers Jukka Häkkinen and Takashi Kawai from the Visual Cognitive Research Group at the University of Helsinki, Institute of Behavioral Sciences. The two scientists have a long history of research in head-mounted displays and virtual reality and have certainly seen … Continue reading Interesting articles about VR – week #36