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Archiwum: Lipiec 2016

Do you remember those moments long ago when you sat glued in front of the television set, longing to jump through the screen and land inside your favorite TV shows? You wanted help the Smurfs beat Gargamel or travel to space with Ren and Stimpy or wander through Springfield with Bart and Lisa. Maybe you […]

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Sony announced earlier this week at GDC 2016 in California that the Playstation VR will cost $399 and be released in October 2016. Now that the three major virtual reality headset makers have finalized consumer versions and release details, proper comparisons can be drawn between the three: Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PS VR. The […]

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Virtual reality is here – 2016 is the year when the likes of Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR and the HTC Vive take the medium mainstream. And it’s well on its way. For the uninitiated, VR is an immersive experience in which your head movements are tracked in a three-dimensional world, making it ideally suited to […]

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A revolution in virtual reality is underway – consumers can now explore virtual worlds with the natural use of their hands and eyes thanks to affordable devices such as the Sixense STEM and Oculus Rift. The Virtuix Omni™ evolves virtual reality one step further, allowing anyone to stand up and traverse virtual worlds with the […]

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Hyve is a Berlin, Germany based VR startup.  According to Hyve’s on-site demo video, the team has been build a virtual reality simulator called “ICAROS” that is aiming to provide users a unique flying experience.  ICAROS is set out to be a combination of VR fitness and gaming device! The ICAROS is designed to simulate […]

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Only the world’s most elite pilots have the precision, skill and discipline needed to compete in the Red Bull Air Race, but attendees of this year’s event at Ascot next weekend will also have a unique opportunity to experience the exhilaration of flying a lap around the famous course.   Okay, it might not be […]

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