Last week, I was invited to a preview of the new IMAX VR Centre at the Scotiabank Theatre in Toronto. The new centre is the first IMAX VR location to open in Canada.
Bethesda has announced release dates for some of their upcoming VR titles.
HTC has announced that they’re dropping the price of their Vive headset by $200, making $799 CAD ($599 USD), down from $1,149 CAD ($799 USD).
Google has introduced a new creation tool for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, called Blocks.
Apple has announced that the public beta of their upcoming macOS High Sierra is now available.
Google’s Daydream team has announced a new video format called VR180. It was designed to help make VR content even easier to create.
Ubisoft made a couple of announcements at their E3 2017 press conference including details about Assassin’s Creed Origins, Far Cry 5, The Crew 2 and more.
It’s time to get schwifty, as Owlchemy Labs, the developers behind award-winning Job Simulator and the recently released Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality has been acquired by Google.
The first day of Facebook’s annual developer conference, F8, had a few announcements which were about augmented reality, VR, Messenger bots and more.
And in case you missed the Day One keynote, here it is:
When Google first introduced their virtual reality platform back at Google I/O 2016, it showed that the company was serious about the new technology. The first headset that works with the Daydream VR platform is the Google Daydream View which isn’t like other headsets on the market.
Being different isn’t necessarily a bad thing, in the case of the Daydream View, it’s actually better that it’s different. I’ve been using the Daydream View for a few weeks and it’s easily one of the best phone-based VR systems I’ve used.