Virtual reality porn should be a phenomenon. It's the steamy videos you're used to writ large: Rather than being a mere window on the action, VR immerses you in it, with the objects of your desire appearing so close it seems like you could touch
No matter how hard tech companies try, it's difficult to escape the fact that virtual reality just isn't that accessible. Most VR headsets are expensive and clunky, and even if you do have one, there are few ways to share your experiences with
Facebook is trying to make VR diverse, and that's admirable. But it's missing an easy way to be even more inclusive, and possibly empowering, with many of its users.
The key: Give users the power to create VR avatars that are body accurate, even if
Google has released its first ever VR Doodle, honouring legendary French film director and illusionist Georges Méliès.
The interactive, 360° Doodle, or more accurately, short film, can be viewed on mobile, desktop, or through VR
Facebook has big plans for blurring reality and virtual reality.
During its F8 Day 2 keynote, the company said it's working on creating photorealistic VR avatars that look just like you IRL. And well... they're kind of creepy.
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Facebook Spaces is finally redesigning its avatars to look more like you, and less like a corny cartoon character.
The company has added hundreds of new customization and control options to the virtual reality avatars, and has updated their
3D content-platform Sketchfab has a new tool for creators who make your favorite 3D, virtual reality, and augmented reality content.
The company's new Download API will allow any 3D-creation application to integrate Sketchfab's object library
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HTC has announced the price for its new virtual reality headset, the Vive Pro: $
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