Friday, June 23, 2017
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Google has announced a new 180-degree VR format, including third-party cameras that you can use to shoot in it. Called VR180, it's a collaboration, between YouTube and Google’s Daydream VR unit. It has been introduced alongside an announcement about a new line...
Neat.Alexander Koerner/Getty Images For all the wild hype around virtual reality (VR) right now, it still isn't widely used by ordinary people. The headsets are expensive, the...
On August 7th 2017, YouTube Space LA...
UK data from the annual Entertainment & Media Outlook report forecasts the UK's Virtual Reality (VR) industry to grow to a value of £801m by 2021, at a rate of 76% year on year, making it the fastest growing...
IBM Watson, the artificial intelligence platform designed to understand natural language, today launched support for Star Trek: Bridge Crew (2017) across PSVR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Before the service launched today, lone players could control the ship’s other posts—Engineering, Tactical, Helm—by...
  The first time I watched an alien newborn claw its way out of a human's belly -- with blood and guts gushing -- was 38 years ago, in a Boston cinema. The movie, of course, was Ridley Scott's Alien, and...