Oculus – Review

The day has arrived, we final have VR at home. But does it live up to the expectation? Does it deliver on the promise? At this point both Mike and Shane have their units (albeit a lot later than they should have got them) and will share their thoughts on their experiences so far. Oculus […]

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VR News

2 Down, 1 To Go This week we had an announcement from HTC that the Vive would be released in April at a price of $799. With pre-orders going up on Monday 29th, it means we are getting a clearer picture of the landscape of VR pricing. With only PlayStation to make there announcement, it […]

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“Moore’s law” is the observation that, over the history of computing hardware, the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit has doubled approximately every two years. The chart below shows how computing technology has advanced. It is amazing how the technology has advanced over the years and because of these advances we have seen leaps […]

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Prepping for the Oculus

It should come as no shock that early adapters pay a hefty price to be first in line- be it to get bragging rights to have seen a movie at its midnight release, to get the latest kicks after getting some underground tweet about it, or in this case experiencing the consumer version of the Oculus Rift comes out […]

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2016: We Are Ready.

In the eyes of geeks like us, the new year is more than just the endless stream of well wishes that you see on your social media feed.  It marks a milestone date for things we were looking forward to— where we gladly, can no longer say “it’s coming next year” because that movie, TV […]

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