Vr lately has almost always been labelled as a niche market for enthusiasts and early adopters. But with the launch of Oculus Quest it seems the industry is trying to change that. Are we looking at a successful VR product that has appeal to a mass market? Let's find out! No Barriers The biggest … Continue reading Oculus Quest – VR for Everyone!
Recently leaked details from a Sony patent has shown a promising future for VR. The patent which has been granted, outlines a wire free headset. Speculation is rife but it seems clear that the next generation of Virtual reality headsets coming from Sony will be less restrictive. This is a huge step forward in immersion … Continue reading Virtual Reality Goes Wireless!
Sony are notorious for filing patents for just about everything. However lately their patent for a new Psvr Move controller has gotten some limelight. I wrote about this patent earlier last year however some more details have come to light which make for very interesting reading. If you would like to read my original article, … Continue reading Psvr Move 2.0 – The Force is strong with this one!
Folks I recently did a poll to see what people would like to read more of on my site. The two categories were 'Retro Movie Reviews' & 'Gadget/tech News'. I'm happy to announce that it was a 50/50 draw so I will try to give you new content for both! Retro Movie Reviews I'll … Continue reading New Content 2019!!!!
Confirmed yesterday by the company '3d rudder' their motion control foot board will be available for PSVR very soon. Orders placed today will cost consumers €119 and arrive in April. The controller has been officially supported by Sony and should help to solve motion control issues for Ps4 You place the circular disc at your … Continue reading Psvr Solves Motion Control Issues
Like a lot of other PSVR owners, I was eagerly awaiting E3 and perhaps the promise of some killer games to come. Also like so many others, I was let down. We have had all the main conferences at this stage and there has been little mention of VR in general. Is this the final … Continue reading Is VR Dead Already??
With the largest games expo just under a week away (June 12th-14th), I thought it might be fun to make five predictions about the upcoming show. Some are based on educated guesses and some are pure wish fulfillment. I've kept it to five predictions so here we go : Death Stranding Game Play Trailer … Continue reading E3 2018 – Paul’s Crazy Predictions
What can I say about a VR fighting simulator set in a pub? Well it sounds like it's something right up my street. The trailers made it look like a lot of silly fun and I was really excited to play it. So much so that when I heard it was available already in the … Continue reading Drunkn Bar Fight – PSVR
Sony have recently patented a design for a new VR controller which, if it comes to be, may change how VR is currently played. Since PSVR's launch, we have either been using the normal dualshock controller or the now outdated move controllers (third option the Aim controller, although not supported by a lot of titles). … Continue reading Patent for new VR Controller
It certainly has been an eventful year for PSVR launching late in 2016. In that short time the number of games released is at around 150. Also there are now 2 million headsets out in the wild proving that playstation now have an exciting platform to entice consumers. It also kicks the door wide open … Continue reading The Future of PSVR