Social networks are taking off in VR. What do they bring to the table that traditional networks don't?
While room-scale experiences are far and away better, are they better enough?
e write about a lot of experiences, be they virtual or augmented or mixed reality. We also, when we can, test out those experiences. A disturbing number of them simply don’t work.
Sometimes, virtual reality is at its best when it isn’t trying to be a perfect simulation of the world.
As Magic Leap finally ships to developers, Lytro closes the doors on an incredible product and the company that developed it. The question we’re asking ourselves is, why can some companies survive on the promise of experimental tech, while others can’t weather the storm?