The new ‘Firefox’ is up and running!

Starting from today, the latest version of the Mozilla Firefox browser – Firefox 55 – will be loaded with an array of exciting new features which might make you think about switching back from Google Chrome, even if momentarily. The same applies to switching from Microsoft Edge also, but to be honest, we don’t really know of anybody using Microsoft Edge. The biggest addition to … Continue reading The new ‘Firefox’ is up and running!

Best virtual reality applications

For quite some time we have been discussing the new developments in the VR industry. So now taking a step back, let’s have a look at the existing ways of entertainment for various VR mediums. In case you are still not clear as to what we are talking about; today’s blog will cover the best virtual reality applications available for the different headgears. Let’s get … Continue reading Best virtual reality applications

Hollywood studios join the “virtual” race

After the announcement of Disney’s latest VR entry, the Power United VR, we can confidently say that Hollywood’s biggest studios are all betting on virtual reality, just that the degree of involvement varies. With the box office growing slowly and the pay-TV landscape in flux, studios feel like they can’t miss out on what could be a big part of the future of filmed entertainment. … Continue reading Hollywood studios join the “virtual” race

Now be a ‘Superhero’ with VR

If it wasn’t already clear to the world that Disney is big on wearable gaming, it is now with the announcement of Powers United VR. Disney’s D23 Expo covers all aspects of its entertainment empire, and recently the studio revealed that virtual reality is coming to the Marvel universe. Marvel Powers United VR is being made by Oculus and Sanzaru Games, and it’s pretty much … Continue reading Now be a ‘Superhero’ with VR

Facebook’s new attempt at making VR reach masses

Every now and then we keep telling you about the various things which you can do in virtual reality but to be honest, a true believer of this thought is Facebook. The company believes that there is a lot more to VR which we are not aware of. Working on the same ideology, the company has added a live-streaming feature to its virtual reality app … Continue reading Facebook’s new attempt at making VR reach masses

Tokyo gets a new VR getaway

The residents of Tokyo now have another way to escape their mundane day-to-day lives with the opening of an indoor amusement park featuring virtual reality technology in the city’s Shibuya district. Located in the Shibuya Modi shopping complex, Shibuya VR Land officially opened its doors to the public on 24th June 2017. For an admissions fee of ¥2,200 (US$20), guests can spend a thrilling hour … Continue reading Tokyo gets a new VR getaway

Dive deep into the sea with VR

Ever since the opening of the famous Cyclone ride in 1927, roller coasters have been the most popular attraction in the amusement parks across the globe. They are considered to be one of the more approachable adrenaline rushes that most people enjoy. And adding more excitement to such roller coasters is virtual reality. SeaWorld Orlando has given its 17-year-old, famous floorless coaster an ultimate makeover; … Continue reading Dive deep into the sea with VR

Google Daydream View now makes its way into the Indian markets

Virtual Reality has already established its strong presence in the overseas but it is gaining popularity in India too with each passing day. A VR tour of the renowned museum of the world or watch extinct animals come to life, VR makes it all possible. And Google Daydream View is one such magic tool which allows you to do such and many more exciting things … Continue reading Google Daydream View now makes its way into the Indian markets

‘Carne y Arena’ turns virtual reality into an art form

Carne y Arena, a Spanish term which literally means flesh and sand though it is titled ‘Virtually Present, Physically Invisible’ in English, is the officially selected VR experience at the Cannes Film Festival 2017. According to the critics, it is definitely far more interesting, far more alive to the creative and responsive possibilities of the medium, than the rather unassertive VR experience from last year’s … Continue reading ‘Carne y Arena’ turns virtual reality into an art form

House of VR- The retreat for techies

With virtual reality becoming a popular source of entertainment, Toronto now has its own VR lounge. The House of VR, located in Queen West, is a lounge and event space set to be a retreat for techies in the city ready to experience the world of VR. Its licensed content has something for everyone, including popular VR games as well as VR experiences in art … Continue reading House of VR- The retreat for techies