A note about what’s happening with crypto wallets, the best one to go for, and their place in the future of web3….
Could Minecraft EARTH pave the way for a new wave of 3D building and creativity by tomorrow’s users of AR?
You might not have thought ‘going to the movies’ in VR would be possible (and impressive) so soon. Welcome to the world of ‘social movie-viewing VR apps’.
Find out the release date for ‘No Man’s Sky Beyond’ update. In fact, three updates in one, including VR support….
Although… much content for instructional VR power-up doesn’t exist yet….
A must for everybody with a VR headset: 2 (free) experiences that bring history to life including the well-known story of one tragic girl living and hiding from one of the darkest periods of the 20th Century….
Here is a roundup of my top Space-orientated apps for Samsung GEAR VR including Annie Amber, Sonar and Mission ISS.
New post just written for Gaming Impact featuring Youtube clips of VR dragon-flying fantasies…
Check out these exciting projects laying the foundations of blockchain games, VR economies and digital asset management.
Crypto-locations and ‘Matrix’ movie-style bridging between the physical world and the virtual, digital world… This futuristic utility token is alive!
BEACHHEAD 2020 in VR promises to open up a world of opportunity to gamers by uniting our idea of an ‘alternate world’ with a video game FPS concept. How will the two integrate to become more than just a game? The answer lies in cryptocurrency and blockchain.
Fated for Spring 2019 release, the Oculus Quest is the ‘Oculus Next’, moving us all deeper into more accessible, affordable, freer VR experiences… and applications? How is it better than Oculus GO?
It’s certainly about time we had the official, dedicated Youtube 360 app in the Oculus store… Well, here it is, so don’t forget to download it, and read on…
You pay a modest fee for this game, but it’s true to its name. It’s a fun, wand-wielding game of magical spell selection and blasting…
Sitting inside cockpits, cars, planes – or even giant robots – can complement a VR experience really well. Step into this free Oculus one and give it a blast.
Experience a sequence of stunning, transcendent 3D spatial ‘VR movies’ fashioned by the ‘big boys’ (Disney/Lucasfilm+sound), to tie-in with The Force Awakens, which it does… memorably!
GearVR, Oculus Go, Daydream… they all allow for some very decent and affordable ‘mobile’ TRON-like experiences. Among them are the following available right now… see you on the other side Programs!
A note about VR content in general and the difference between VR apps, VR movies and VR gaming apps…
Snapshot review of an ‘Innerspace’-style trip into the body thanks to VR Oculus store. Is it worth the effort?
Review and discussion of ‘Face Your Fears’ VR and the successful trend to confront and re-awaken childhood fears inside VR…
Interested in learning a language in VR? The word ‘learn’ is flashed around all over the place as digital technology as a whole continues to tackle the juicy market of people pining to pick up a new language. Just check out the buzzwords on the Mondly website itself. But is their app any good? Find out…
Items etc. relating to Virtual Reality promoted or created by Ade’s Press…
What is it about the sheer atmosphere of these two rich, futuristic cyberpunk movies, Blade Runner and now Blade Runner 2049? Mature, visionary slices of sci-fi, the first of which truly […]
A completely essential, masterful dose of award-winning VR, here at the dawn of this new medium which will open your eyes (and ears) to the nature of seeing, and its absence.
You might have seen ‘Mission: ISS’ in the Oculus store and hesitated before tapping into it, thinking: ‘is it… fun?’ Well, read on…
Ade’s Press VR highlights ‘Meeting Rembrandt’ experience… A Master of ((Virtual) Reality?
A list of primary [off-site] links relating to Ade’s Press posts on VR…
The current state of VR in 2018: what are the setbacks so far?
I didn’t appreciate that ordinary photo panoramas could be so easily ‘souped-up’ by these apps and headsets to become great ‘immersive panoramas’ or 360 content.
A new wave of book genres like ‘GameLit’ or ‘LitRPG’ relating to gaming culture and video game fantasies is gaining firm ground – but what’s it like to read or to write it? And why?