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Oculus Go, the Nintendo Switch of VR – Asier Arranz – Medium

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How is VR Being Used in the Architecture Industry? – VR Vision Group

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Brabham hypercar launches with AR/VR configurator

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Command the bridge of Picard’s Enterprise in VR

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  • Ubisoft – Flying the Enterprise in virtual reality is a Star Trek fan’s dream come true.
  • But when Ubisoft’s Star Trek: Bridge Crew game launched last May, it didn’t necessarily come with the USS Enterprise that fans would have wanted — its USS Aegis was a bit of a knockoff.
  • On May 22, Star Trek: The Next Generation is coming to the Star Trek: Bridge Crew game, and it’s not only the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D that’s up for grabs.
  • Update, 2:37p.m. PT:Ubisoft tells CNET the expansion will also come to PC on July 21, including support for the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Windows Mixed Reality headsets, and players using 2D monitors.
  • Originally, Star Trek: Bridge Crew came with your choice of the J.J. Abrams-era USS Aegis, or the original ’60s USS Enterprise NCC-1701, with its impenetrable array of buttons as its seriously confusing control scheme.

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Oculus is developing an immersive theater VR experience with real actors

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  • Oculus VR is developing an immersive theater experience to debut next year that will feature real-world actors who perform in virtual reality using motion capture.
  • The experience is being billed as indie game Journey meets interactive theater show Sleep No More, according to Yelena Rachitsky, an executive producer of experiences at Oculus who detailed the project in an interview with CNET.
  • Oculus hopes that blending the benefits of immersive theater with the unique experimental benefits only VR can provide might be a winning combination that could encourage more consumers, developers, and artists to invest in VR as a form of entertainment and artistic expression.
  • Oculus model could combine the best of both worlds, by giving guests an experience only real human actors can provide but in a setting and with the freedom of access only VR is capable of.
  • Still, Facebook is hosting its annual F8 developer conference in San Jose, California starting tomorrow, and it may dedicate some time during the keynote to detailing how this immersive theater VR combination could work and what it might look like.

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