VR Gamescast: Saints & Sinners 2 Revealed, Wanderer Review, Zenith MMO Impressions

Zenith Review-In-Progress: A VR MMO That Delivers?

Zenith might be a more traditional take on the VR MMO than you’re expecting, but it’s got some great ideas and foundations to help it go the distance.

Here’s the beginnings of our review, with more to come!

Lost Recipes Review: A Refreshing, Relaxing & Educational Take On VR Cooking

Lost Recipes is out now on Meta Quest, but does it find the right mix of ingredients or all go up in flames? Here’s our full review,

Prioritizing Team Connection During a Pandemic

According to the 2021 State of Marketing report, 75% percent of marketers say the pandemic has permanently shifted how they collaborate and communicate at work. Now whether this is good or bad is what I would like to share and discuss with you. In life, I naturally chose the positive side of things and live […]

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‘Wanderer’ Review – A Time Traveling Delight That’s Just Shy of Greatness

Wanderer is a VR adventure game that puts you in the shoes of a hapless time traveler who finds himself trapped in an alternate history—one that starts (and possibly ends) in worldwide disaster. Wanderer excels with its smorgasbord of interesting puzzles that do very little hand-holding. Its fun and well-designed set pieces play as an […]

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Tons of New Magic Leap 2 Details Shed Light on Dynamic Dimming & More

Although it’s expected to launch this year, there’s still no firm release date on Magic Leap 2. However, the company has begun sharing details on the headset which suggests the launch is approaching. This week at the SPIE Photonics West 2022 conference, Magic Leap’s VP of Optical Engineering, Kevin Curtis, took to the stage to […]

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Plants, Bioprinting and Orbital Plumbing Fill Crew’s Thursday Schedule

The Expedition 66 crew split its research schedule between space botany and life science aboard the International Space Station today. NASA Flight Engineer Thomas Marshburn started Thursday watering plants growing for the Veggie PONDS study that explores ways to reliably grow vegetables in microgravity. Afterward, the three-time space station visitor verified the operability of the …

San Diego State University Launches XR Research Center

San Diego State University (SDSU) announced on Wednesday the launch of a groundbreaking augmented, virtual, and mixed reality (AR/VR/MR) research centre to expand the use of emerging immersive technologies in the classroom. The San Diego university’s information technology (IT) division is launching the Virtual Immersive Teaching and Learning (VITaL) centre to inspire research on new […]

SynergyXR v1.9 to Optimise Enterprise XR Apps

SynergyXR is a cloud platform that puts potent extended reality (XR) management tools in the hands of companies to greatly improve training, maintenance, and customer outreach procedures. The cloud-powered XR software hub enables global firms to distribute augmented, virtual, and mixed reality (AR/VR/MR) solutions across an enterprise or to customers. SynergyXR’s simple interface allows firms […]

US Army Says Microsoft’s IVAS Not ‘Combat Ready’

Microsoft has faced yet another setback in its scheduled deployment of the Integrated Visual Augmentation System (IVAS) for the US Army, Bloomberg reported on late Tuesday. The US Army revealed the massive $22 billion USD deal “has not yet demonstrated the capability to serve as a fighting goggle,” the report read, citing a non-public assessment […]