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Cybershoes are like a VR treadmill, but without the treadmill. Or the standing.
Valve's Steam Link app will stream games from your PC to your phone across your home network, freeing you up to play anywhere you'd like. But probably the bathroom.
Windows Mixed Reality headsets use impressive technology that make them easy to set up, but frustrating to use.
Few other VR games rival Skyrim VR's epic scope and scale, but dated graphics and bolted-on VR interface issues are an arrow to the knee.
Integrated into a VR headset, Tobii’s eye-tracking technology is a godsend. I got the chance to demo a unit at GDC. This is what it was like.
The Vive Pro finally has a price tag—but only the headset itself—and HTC is slashing the original HTC Vive's price.
Oculus Rift headsets everywhere stopped working on Wednesday. They can be fixed now, but it shouldn't have happened in the first place.
Windows Mixed Reality headsets from Acer, HP, and Lenovo are at steep discounts as part of Microsoft's 12 Days of Deals.
The core of Doom VFR—the fast-paced movement, the shooting, the teleport-inside-a-demon-so-it-explodes—can be fun at times, but it's missing the small details that make VR a worthwhile platform.
HTC's Vive Focus VR headset won't need to be connected to a phone or PC to work.
Microsoft's Windows Mixed Reality headsets are gaining access to SteamVR's deep library of games and VR apps on November 15.
The PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X drive the point home: PC gaming is more affordable than ever and often a better value than consoles.
The Xbox One X is faster than ever, and it also matches up to the majority (55 percent or more) of gaming PCs today—and for only $500. Pretty impressive, for a console.
The Oculus Rift and its Touch controllers now cost $400—a 50-percent price drop from the bundle's price this spring.
The HTC Vive is being bundled with Fallout 4 VR, one of 2017's biggest gaming exclusives.
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