Online shopping is on the rise—it’s fast and ships directly to your doorstep, sometimes overnight. But with online shopping, you miss the experience of going into a store and picking up items. Enter virtual reality shopping, which tries to give you the convenience of online shopping and the experience of being in a…
Virtual reality is the next big thing in gaming, but wearing the headsets causes motion sickness for some. Even I’ve experienced a little motion sickness while playing despite the fact I never struggled with it in the past (no barfing yet). If you’re worried about hurling, there are a few things you can do to make the…
Google wants you to start looking at it as a hardware company. Today, it announced new Pixel phones, a smart voice assistant-powered speaker called Google Home, a VR platform and more. Here are the coolest things the company announced today.
If you want to get on the VR hype train, you’re going to need to build a pretty powerful PC to handle the load. However, gauging just how well a graphics card can handle VR is a lot more complex than you’d think.
Android/Windows: If you’ve got a few thousand dollars to shell out for a VR-ready PC and an Oculus Rift headset, you can play in virtual reality right now. If you don’t, VRidge can let you play those same games on your phone inside a Google Cardboard set.
Preorders for the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset are finally open to all, but you’ll need a beefy computer running Windows to use it. This tool will check your system and see what you need to upgrade so you’re ready come launch in May.
Building your own PC gaming rig is pretty awesome. if you’re interested in upcoming VR headsets like the Oculus Rift, you might need something more powerful. Here’s what you’ll need to consider.
Remember that scene in Back to the Future where Marty Jr. was rudely watching TV at the dinner table in giant glasses? Now, you can do that same thing with YouTube and Google Cardboard.
In Back to the Future II, Marty arrived in the future on October 21st, 2015—which just happens to be today. It seems we’ve created an alternate timeline, because we didn’t get all of the awesome stuff Marty’s future did—but we did get a lot. Here’s the future tech we still have in this timeline.