Microsoft May Leapfrog Facebook and Google in VR With HoloLens Tracking

Microsoft’s play for command of next generation personal computing can be seen today with the announcement of a series of Windows-powered VR headsets starting at $300. The headsets planned from HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, and Acer will use what’s known as “inside-out” position tracking. The system is already used on the $3,000 HoloLens, an advanced augmented reality system, but...

‘Alice VR’ Review

Virtual reality is a fitting medium for adventure games. When the atmosphere is right and the scene is set, you start to think about the world in a way that taps deep into your reptilian brain, the same one that thinks “I exist here. Everything here is important to me.” When done right, you’re just...

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