The "David Bowie is" exhibit may have come to an end, but it sounds as though it's going to live on ... through a VR smartphone experience.
The exhibit, which toured cities across the world over the last six years, allowed access to the legendary
Transference, the heady virtual reality project that made a splash with its trailer at E3, is more than just your typical gaming experience.
During E3, we had a chance to talk to a couple of folks behind Transference: Elijah Wood, actor and founder
Leap Motion is finding innovative and fun ways to learn about the insides of a catCat Explorer uses virtual reality to explore the inner parts of a cat from muscles to organs to skeleton. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Virtual Reality
Sure, virtual reality hasn't fully caught on yet. But a Tetris release ensures that it will never really die.
The venerable falling blocks game is pegged for a PlayStation VR rebirth this fall. It's called Tetris Effect, and it's coming from the
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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