Philip Rosedale, creator of Second Life, quietly starts new project to develop the next generation of virtual worlds.
Scientists develop an electrode that can emulate the taste of food, from sweet and salty to bitter and sour.
Oculus Rift isn't the only one keen on making virtual reality gaming a real thing. Valve, the makers of Half-Life 2 and the Steam platform is working on VR prototype too.
The biggest drawback to the Oculus Rift is its display. Fret not, a 4K version is in the works.
Features like haptic feedback, 3D motion control and a floating virtual screen combine in the palm of your hand, courtesy of the iMotion controller.
With Artoo strapped in behind you, those turrets don't stand a chance.
More options are showing up for ways of pretending to run around inside a video game.
After reporting on the rampant success of the STEM System's Kickstarter last week, we just knew we had to take the system out for a spin ourselves.
The developers behind the Razer Hydra have upped their game in the search for the perfect immersive VR controller.
If we're gonna reach truly immersive gameplay, it'll mean getting rid of those pesky controllers for good.