In VR 3rd Person becomes companionship

Back in the day there was a popular argument for why Second Life is not VR. The argument all stemmed from this idea that with 3rd person there is a ‘disconnect’, that you cant feel fully immersed in VR unless in first person.  I do not subscribe to this line of thought and in my …

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Still waiting for MacOS VR Support

It was an exciting keynote at Junes WWDC2017 not just because Apple finally introduced new upgraded mac computers, but also because they seemed to have teamed up with Valve to bring native support for the HTC Vive and finally gain support for VR on MacOS. On the day of release for MacOS High Sierra there …

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Sansar: The Phantom Menace of Virtual Worlds?

A couple years ago when Palmer Lucky was cool, Linden Lab did an experiment. They attempted to make Second Life accessible through the Oculus Rift DK, and while the addition of every Second Life option as a heads up display was mind numbingly nauseating, there was a glimmer of something amazing. I kind of wished …

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Farpoint – PSVR Review

Sony have shifted quite a lot of PSVRs during its first year on sale and I’ve so far had a great verity of experiences with it. Last month i decided to try out a first person shooter called Farpoint that came with tacky tracky gun stick thingy.. the Aim Controller…. I’m not a fan of …

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Resident Evil 7 is awesome, even though my brain got confused – PSVR Review [UPDATED]

Resident Evil is a huge gaming franchise and i’ve only played perhaps one of them, Code Veronica back in 2000 on the Sega Dreamcast. It was one of the best game i ever played back then but i did not play any of the others due to not having a games console for a while.  17 years …

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