Sunday, December 28, 2014

Oculus Connect Keynote: Future of VR Panel

Published on Oct 1, 2014
Palmer Luckey, John Carmack, Michael Abrash, Atman Binstock, and Nate Mitchell sit down to discuss the future of VR and answer questions from developers at Oculus Connect. Learn more about Oculus Connect:

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Volvo Creates Virtual Reality App To Let Users "Test Drive" the New XC90 with Google Cardboard.

Published on Nov 13, 2014
Experience the all-new Volvo XC90 with Volvo Reality, full virtual reality on your smartphone with Google Cardboard. Volvo is the first automotive brand to build an experience with Google Cardboard.

Sunday, December 21, 2014

The Making of The Wild Within VR Experience

Published on Dec 8, 2014
Experience British Columbia’s raw wilderness through a behind the scenes look at the making of The Wild Within VR Experience. Visit the remote coast and lush mountains of BC’s Great Bear Rainforest. Get a sneak peak at the making of this 360 degree, virtual reality experience that pairs stunning natural scenery with the innovative Oculus Rift technology, creating an interactive and immersive travel experience.

Sunday, December 14, 2014

The History of Virtual Reality

Published on Nov 2, 2014
Cam begins his journey into virtual reality with a look back at the history of this fascinating technology, from Original Retro to Oculus Rift.

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Sunday, July 6, 2014

Video: Hands-On With Google's Free Virtual Reality Goggles: Cardboard

Published on Jul 5, 2014
Google Cardboard Hands-On

Cardboard is something special. Not because of what it does, but because of what it represents. Google's approach to virtual reality is an inclusive one—something you can't say for Glass—and encourages those with an Android phone to get involved. It's incredibly cheap, too, so you don't need to fork over half your paycheck to get the specialized hardware necessary to participate. That alone is enough to get us excited about the future of VR. This gives those who wouldn't otherwise have had access the tool to develop the experiences we'll see down the road.

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