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Oculus Go

Oculus Go

While Lenovo introduced the most-bestest mobile headset based on Google Daydream, the Mirage Solo. Oculus also made an all-in-one mobile headset, but I’m not a fan – so I’ll be brief. I already went into detail about the different between … Continue reading

Oculus CV1

Oculus Rift CV1

I remember waiting for the purchase link to drop, refreshing the page on the announced date. The original dev kits cost around $300, so I was expecting to pay $350, or maybe $400. But when the $600 price tag was announced, I … Continue reading

Oculus Rift Development Kit 2 (DK2)

Oculus Rift DK2

I previous reviewed the first consumer Oculus rift, and alluded to making a demo for it. Well, I did in fact make the Jerry’s Place demo for my first Oculus. Not too long after, the DK2 was released. After trying … Continue reading

Jerrys Place VR

Jerry’s Place VR

As I wrote about earlier, I recently got an Oculus Rift. Because the current version isn’t consumer-ready, it’s marketed as a developer prototype. As such, Oculus currently includes a 6 month free trial of the Unity game engine so developers can … Continue reading

Seinfelds Apartment

Seinfeld’s Apartment in 3D

As I wrote about earlier, I recently got an Oculus Rift. Because the current version isn’t consumer-ready, it’s marketed as a developer prototype. As such, Oculus currently includes a 6 month free trial of the Unity game engine so developers … Continue reading

Oculus Rift

Oculus Rift

Back Story If you read my Nintendo 3DS XL article, you’d know I’m a fan of 3D things. In fact, when I got my first paycheck from my old job at Cisco, I immediately splurged on a bunch of hardware … Continue reading

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