Category Archives: Latest VR Articles

With VR mode, ‘Dead or Alive’ goes from creepy to harassment Allegra Frank, Polygon

The best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Earlier this week, we caught a glimpse of Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 in virtual reality that’s set to launch the same day as PlayStation VR. The game allows the user to continually touch a female character in a bikini even after

LA Galaxy Launch Their Own VR App

There is no question that US soccer (aka Football) has hit its inflection point. Case in point: 24.3 million people in the US watched the 2010 World Cup Final between Spain and the Netherlands. However, driving fans into a soccer stadium is a completely separate task. And the LA Galaxy isn’t wasting time when it comes

Field In View: So, How Does Gear VR Compete With Daydream?

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Weekend Downloads: New on Gear VR and Oculus Rift

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Weekend Downloads is part of our weekly update to bring you the latest additions to the Samsung Gear VR and Oculus Rift. With Labor Day Weekend upon us here in the States, you probably deserve some VR leisure time to yourself. So we’ve listed out a ton of new content to check out over the long weekend. This week’s storefront includes

Hands-On: Harmonix is Reinventing Music Games Again With ‘Rock Band VR’

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How director Jon Favreau made the leap to VR with Gnomes & Goblins

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The first time filmmaker Jon Favreau tried virtual reality, it wasn’t exactly a pleasant experience. “I came here and one of the things they showed me was TheBlu, which was very overwhelming to me,” he says. We’re talking in the offices of Wevr, the Venice, California-based studio that developed that experience — one that sends