Facebook isn’t the bad guy here, and Valve isn’t entirely the good guy It’s common knowledge that the HTC Vive is an open platform and the Oculus Rift is closed, with Facebook simmering in the background
Researchers used VR to put a woman on a beach during childbirth to help manage her pain without drugs
Virtual reality’s ability to distract people from pain could redefine child birth. Erin Martucci was able to block out much of her labor pain by gazing at a serene beach landscape with waterfalls instead.
Magic Leap, a hot startup last valued at $4.5 billion, raised $1.4 billion in funding by showcasing a prototype technology that likely won't be used in its commercial product, according to a report by
The dedicated virtual reality facility provides 12 VR pods for 'individual experiences' and has a rooftop open bar. A beloved author of mine, M. John Harrison, called them 'twinks'. Addicts, if you will,
Stereolabs says its device goes a step further than Microsoft's HoloLens. Microsoft's HoloLens augmented reality headset overlays virtual objects in the real world, but what if there was a better way blend
Originally published by Sramana Mitra on LinkedIn: Billion Dollar Unicorn - Unity Technologies Is A Strong VR Gaming Bet According to Gartner, the worldwide video game market, which includes video game
By Caitlin Dewey Caitlin Dewey Reporter covering food policy Email Bio Follow I have seen the future of travel, and it is an octagonal phone booth inside a hotel lobby. After signing a waiver that promises
Facebook needs you to fill its News Feed, Oculus Rift, and Gear VR with 360 content. So today it put all the hardware and software designs of its Surround 360 camera on Github, after announcing the plan
You wouldn't have to don awkward eyewear to watch the latest blockbuster. Watching glasses-free 3D on a TV is no longer an outlandish concept, but that hasn't been true for movie theaters. How are you
Players of Pokemon Go are not only giving up their right to act like sane human beings in public, as they walk around, zombie-esque, reaching into the phones held in front of their faces, they are also
This cartoon explains why Elon Musk thinks we’re characters in a computer simulation. He might be right.
Elon Musk thinks it's almost certain that we are living in a computer simulation. In short, we are characters in an advanced version of The Sims — so advanced that it creates, well, us. I understand the
Privacy, security, corrupt corporations and abuse of power were the big issues addressed in the first season of USA Network's hit show "Mr. Robot." However, as the series progresses into ideas of revolution