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Oculus adds live streaming from Samsung Gear VR to Facebook and more

Oculus has announced some new features and improvements, including a way to live stream Samsung Gear VR gameplay to Facebook.
by John Callaham2 weeks ago4

How does virtual reality work?

How does virtual work, both in the mobile and desktop realm? What's all involved? Join us as we take a closer look.
by Alex MullisJuly 15, 20163

Oculus will no longer try to block Rift games from running on Vive

Oculus is backtracking. The Facebook owned company announced it would stop trying to block ReVive, a piece of software that allows Oculus games to run on Vive VR devices.
by Team AAJune 27, 20162

Oculus summer sale: 20% to 50% off select Rift and Gear VR games

Right now Oculus is offering 20% to 50% off on select Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear VR titles.
by Andrew GrushJune 23, 20169
 
 

You can now like and react to 360-degree Facebook videos on Gear VR

Facebook now lets you Like, Wow and Love (plus the other new reactions the social network launched in February) 360-degree videos you watch on your Gear VR.
by Bogdan PetrovanJune 23, 20161

Star Trek: Bridge puts you in the virtual reality captain’s chair this fall

Star Trek: Bridge is a multiplayer virtual reality experience that pits you and your friends against the Star Trek universe.
by John DyeJune 13, 20167

Microsoft FlashBack makes VR more accessible for low-end smartphones and computers

The true proliferation of VR headsets will only be achieved if the technology can become more accessible, which is exactly what Microsoft wants to accomplish with FlashBack.
by Edgar CervantesJune 6, 20165

Do you own a VR headset? If so, which one? [Poll of the Week]

Now that there are multiple VR headsets available to consumers, we'd like to know - do you own a virtual reality headset? If so, which one?
by Jimmy WestenbergMay 31, 201666

(Update: Revive is back with a vengeance) Update stops you from using Oculus apps on the HTC Vive

Available VR software is definitely something to consider when buying a headset, and the latest update to the Oculus app may make it an even bigger factor.
by Edgar CervantesMay 23, 201613

Pico Neo is a stand-alone VR headset that runs on Marshmallow

The Pico Neo, requires no smartphone or computer and targets a middle market between low-end devices like Cardboard and high end ones like Oculus Rift.
by John DyeMay 18, 20165
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