The Oculus Quest, made it's debut mid may this year, and it totally flew under the radar. Unless you are like me and hoping for VR to be the next best thing. We piked one up and have to say that I was really impressed. Top takeaways, better field of vision (FOV) and totally free of wires and and outside gear. So you're free to move about the cabin as they say. Oculus Quest Review So you may be asking yourself, "Why is a spiritual wisdom site, reviewing Virtual reality gear like the Oculus Quest?" Well before we were delving into existential thought and crystalogy we were a review site for virtual reality. However, the genre seemed to be dying out. But now! it seems like there may be hope! First off, Oculus has been really working and doing it's due diligence to listen to consum...
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1390246866/viewbox-a-vr-headset?ref=tag Click here for kickstarter project View Box works with any Smartphone from 4.5 to 6 inches screen. View Box features unique seamless design and great ergonomics. Soft neoprene follows the curves of your head and most of the weight rests comfortably on your forehead. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HG7lb34VZOk When folded to envelope state, View Box is very mobile. It is the thinnest refoldable VR headset. In envelope state View Box measures in at 150x150x30 mm 5.9x5.9x1.2 inches Aspheric lenses allows for great focus at the periheral edges. The lenses have built in brackets for easy adjustment of inter pupilar distance (IPD)
Artist Bios Saschka Unseld Saschka Unseld is a German-born director and writer whose work intertwines the magic and wonder of modern technology with the heart of a storyteller. After directing multiple award-winning short films, including the 2013 Pixar short The Blue Umbrella, he co-founded Oculus Story Studio where he now works as creative director and helps to explore the future of VR storytelling. Director Saschka Unseld collaborates with illustrator Wesley Allsbrook and actors Geena Davis and Mae Whitman to create a visually splendid and deeply human journey through memory, loss, and the magic of a valorous life. Allsbrook’s illustrations constantly construct themselves around you as they swirl you from scene to scene, weaving you into thrilling adventures, the heat of lo
If you missed it all we can say was it was fantastic. There isn't much to say other than we put on a VR headset and let Björk take us into a world which she could only create. There were several spaces that you were able to go into and each space only allowed a small group of people at a time so tickets sold out fast. Thgis was a mixture between science and music really. The sound system was amazing! The below video really doesn't do it credit because there was soo much happening around you but here is a taste of what she gave us. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=kCxbMLXdKTQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQEyezu7G20
As quoted by PlayStation themselves: Your mission: explore a largely uncharted sector of space known as The Trench, in hopes of locating a suitable new home world for the decimated Vulcan populace. The Klingon Empire is also active in the region, and their objective is a threat to the Federation’s plans. Make strategic decisions and coordinate actions with your crew to complete the mission. In co-op, you can form a crew of four players to serve in the roles of Captain, Helm, Tactical, and Engineer. In addition to a dynamic storyline, the game features an Ongoing Missions mode that procedurally generates missions for countless hours of solo and co-op adventure. In Star Trek: Bridge Crew, you’ll need more than just individual skill to overcome the challenges: communication, trust, and close
2016 has now come to an end and the push for virtual reality headsets by companies like HTC Vive, Gear VR and Sony have already been tested in the holiday season's "Advertising new product" testing range. If you didn't pick up a headset yet or are still on the fence then don't worry, You're still in the game. The playing field for the best headsets are still fair game to anyone and this type of competition is only going to make things better. Let's begin with a brief reference to where VR consumerism has taken us up to this point. If you have purchased a phone in 2016, Android or Apple then you were at one point probably offered a free VR headsets to go with it. Or at least one at a discounted price. These are drop-in headsets for your iPhone or Android and are attached to the back of t