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HTC Vive Wireless Adapter review — Trading cables for a battery

The problem with VR is … well, VR has more than one issue. The biggest one is that it’s still too expensive. But OK....

Pilot scares the hell out of us by wearing Oculus Go...

If you’re troubled by the idea of pilots wearing VR headsets while flying real planes, prepare yourself: It’s already happening, at least on a...

Sixense will refund its VR controller backers, switch to enterprise

Sixense pioneered hand controllers for virtual reality applications in 2013, but the company hasn’t been able to produce its Stem consumer product for VR....

Startup Ludenso takes on Magic Leap and HoloLens in augmented reality

Norwegian technology start-up Ludenso (formerly MovieMask) has started a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for its augmented reality glasses for mobile devices, dubbed MagiMask. MagiMask and its...

DevLab 2018 offers VR/AR artists an incubator and shot at funding

Two years ago, Oculus teamed up with VR promoter Kaleidoscope to create DevLab, an incubator for independent VR projects. Now they’re back to do...

MonkeyMedia’s BodyNav tools will reduce motion sickness in VR

MonkeyMedia aims to reduce motion sickness in virtual reality with BodyNav developer tools. You could call it an anti-barf tool. MonkeyMedia, the independent research lab...

Google and Labster open virtual science labs to Daydream VR users

Virtual reality offers the tantalizing prospect of visiting remote locations from the comfort of your home — but it also has educational and scientific...

StarVR reveals its next-gen virtual reality headset with eye-tracking

The new StarVR head-mounted display debuted at the SIGGRAPH 2018 technology event in Vancouver today. The StarVR One, as it is called, adds a...