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Latest VR Headset and Accessory Reviews
Using the cameras already built into the Quest, the software is able to sense and recreate your hands and individual finger movement in VR. Is it too good to be true?
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With its flip-up screen and built-in sensors, the HTC Vive Cosmos goes a long way towards making virtual reality easy and convenient for use at home.
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We play Marvel: Dimension of Heroes on the Lenovo Mirage AR headset, a phone-controlled augmented reality experience, in a hotel room in Berlin.
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Oculus announced that its Project Santa Cruz virtual reality headset will ship next year as the Oculus Quest, and we got to try out several new game titles on the Quest. Find out our impressions of VR without wires.
With the announcement of integrated eye tracking for the Vive Pro Eye, hands-free VR, less demanding high-quality experiences, and intuitive software, are all on the table.
HTC Vive Pro Eye review
Want to be a Jedi? Disney and Lenovo have teamed up to create an augmented reality headset that lets you wield a lightsaber. You can deflect blaster shots, play Holochess, fight or be Kylo Ren in ‘Star Wars: Jedi Challenges.’
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Mobile virtual reality is aimed at bringing VR to the masses – but so far companies have largely failed to really make a splash in consumer consciousness. Can the new Oculus Go change that? Find out in our Oculus Go review.
oculus go review
Mobile virtual reality has a lot of problems. You need to use your phone, which can overheat and eat up your battery life. Standalone VR is the future, and the latest entry is Lenovo and Google’s Mirage Solo with Daydream.
Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream Review
Say hello to the Vive Pro. Building on the success of the original Vive headset, the Vive Pro promises to deliver unparalleled visuals with improved fit and finish. Let’s find out if it lives up to those lofty promises.
HTC Vive Pro review
A year after launch, Sony’s second take on the PlayStation VR headset makes key upgrades for convenience, but changes nothing under the hood. Is that worth an upgrade?
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