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Introducing Space Channel 5 VR
For PlayStation VR users:
PowerA – Storage Case for PlayStation VR – Black
I’ve had so much fun with Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes 😀 All of my family and friends liked it a lot too, it’s a great game to play if you’re having people over 😀
Give War Thunder VR a go. The reviews aren’t the best but I personally really liked it
Here are some good suggestions from a post I found :
1. Wipe the lens and foam using a microfiber cloth, the same kind you would use to clean glasses or a computer screen. Dab the cloth into water or soapy water, when necessary. Even better get one of our waterproof VR Cover that is easier to clean.
2. We recommend you wipe our waterproof VR Cover with nonalcoholic antibacterial wipes after every use and use alcoholic wipes just every 10 – 15 users. The residue from alcoholic wipes can be a bit harsh on some people’s skin.
3. Use watch glass protectors or some other form of plastic to cover the lenses. This can help to prevent scratches.
4. Keep your VR headset somewhere where it won’t collect dust, use a can of compressed air to blow it out of any nooks and crannies.
You can read the full post here, hope it helps
By the way, I am not really familiar with AR headsets, any of you know if HoloLens is the best option or there are better AR headsets out there?
For now, HoloLens is actually still the best quality option, although HoloLens 2 should come out in early 2019! And it is speculated that it will be like half the price of the first HoloLens… if you ask me it’s worth the wait.
You can read up on HoloLens 2 here :
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I believe PaintLab is the most newbie-friendly one out there (while still powerful), I have tried it and it’s pretty good.
You can install it for free on the Steam link below
If $25 isn’t too much try Organ Quarter. Lovely graphics and great story.
+1 for Organ Quarter. If you have played Resident Evil or Silent Hill before and liked them, you’re gonna love this game.
I’ve played World of Warcraft, Guild Wars 2, TERA and Lineage 2, and I don’t know if it’s because WoW was the first MMORPG I played, but it has kinda ruined every other mmo game after it for me.
It just seems every other game is a bad copy attempt of it. I’ve actually enjoyed Guild Wars 2 for 2-3 months but that was it, with WoW it’s another story, I can still play it all day long even after 10 years.
Mine would have to be Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. Singleplayer really isn’t that good, but the multiplayer and zombies mode really make up for it. Tons of fun playing with friends killing all the zombies 😀
I’ve been into VR for some time now and I actually learned some new stuff from this. Thanks a lot for sharing 🙂
Loving every minute of it 🙂 As I’m a hardcore gamer, the switch from playing games solely on pc and consoles to VR has been huge for me, and it’s really exciting to think how far the gaming world will expand the next few years
I had it pre-ordered, and after playing it for 10 hours straight today I can say best money ever spent 😀 so much fun to play, a lot of different levels and the graphics are amazing. Wouldn’t think twice if I were you 🙂
Well I think it would be really fun to play lets say Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 ( the new, Pubg-like Battle for Royale ) in VR, I don’t know if it could work better than playing it on pc or console but since there are other shooter VR games already I guess it’s feasible
Have you tried using it on a different computer ?
Could still be about some software issues… if even that doesn’t fix it, it’s probably a hardware issue.. if so try contacting Oculus official support on this link and they should be able to help you out – https://tickets.oculusvr.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
Simply put, Augmented Reality is overlaying digital content on a real world camera view.
And while many people may not be aware of it, AR is everywhere around us. One example would be Weather forecast on TV. Some weather shows even go so far that they present some of the weather effects (tornadoes, the height of flooding etc) in 3D for VR users.