Archive for September, 2016
Arkane Studios' latest video shows that there are different methods to complete a mission.
Google is always experimenting with new ideas for Tilt Brush. Multiplayer is one of the latest, and more promising, innovations. It just may see a public release.
Solfar Studios released a mixed reality trailer of the "Everest VR" experience, which to our knowledge, is the first Unreal Engine mixed reality VR trailer for any game.
Virtuix's first batch of production Omni VR treadmills is on a ship bound for the U.S. Now that production is underway, the company plans to raise the price to reflect the true cost of manufacturing.
You want the biggest EK-XLC Predator that your system will fit, because size matters.
Vive’s virtual reality app store, Viveport, is available now in over 30 countries around the world. The Viveport content delivery platform features timed exclusive experiences and apps, and for the first 48-hours, much of the content is almost free.
As Oculus prepares for the OC3 conference next week, where we expected to learn all there is to know about the upcoming Touch motion controllers, an interesting detail about what you get with the package slipped through the cracks.
Adata announced the new SX8000 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD designed for the PC gaming market. The drive is the first retail unit to ship with IMFT 3D MLC NAND. We expect pricing to be higher than the 600p, but it will deliver higher performance and endurance.
Qubes OS version 3.2 was released with new management functionality, USB passthrough support, and a new Xfce4 desktop environment.
Audioshield received an update that removed Soundcloud streaming from the game and replaced it with the ability to access the robust music catalog that YouTube has to offer.