AltspaceVR hopes to change the VR industry by providing virtual rooms where multiple VR users can come together and share 2D and 3D content.
OSVR is coming in a few months, and Razer continues to bulk up the number of companies and developers that will provide content and technology for the open-source VR platform.
Oculus finally has system requirements for using the Rift. Can your computer handle it or is it time for an upgrade?
Galaxy S6 and S6 edge owners can now get a glimpse of mobile VR with the availability of the Gear VR Innovator Edition.
After years of development, Oculus finally has a final version of the Rift ready for the public starting next year.
Acer showed off its massive upcoming lineup of devices at its New York press event including notebooks, all-in-one desktop PCs and monitors.
Now, any developer can build for OSVR with the release of the device's main tools and plugins for other supported software such as the Unreal Engine and Oculus Rift.
Among the list of universities using OSVR is Johns Hopkins University and the University of California, Berkeley.
With both FreeSync and G-Sync now available, companies like Acer are quickly implementing both technologies into two variants of the same monitor.
Sony has made some changes to Morpheus since the announcement last year. It has a release date set for the first half of 2016. I took it for a spin.
Sulon's Cortex will allow viewers to walk around cinematic demos, and in the future, walk around freely thanks to its orb that maps out the room in real time.
Three months after the announcement of OSVR, we finally got the chance to see it in action. Unfortunately, the gaming experience wasn't as comfortable as we thought it should be.