Traditional game consoles may still have the biggest presence at E3, but this year virtual reality was there in full force, showing that the future of gaming is no longer a far-off fantasy. After trying the biggest headsets on display at E3, we have a few thoughts on how things are stacking up.
Now that everyone and their uncle is making a VR headset, it's getting harder for newcomers to stand out. But there's always room for new products that push boundaries, and Starbreeze's PC-based StarVR headset is trying to do just that. Read on, for Gizmag's impressions from E3.
Though we were part of a lengthy interview session with Oculus VR last week, one thing we didn't get to do then was actually use the headset. Today at E3 2015, we got our first hands-on with the consumer Oculus Rift.
After yesterday's Oculus Rift launch event, we were able to spend some time with some of the company's top executives, as they answered questions from us and other press members milling about. Read on, to hear the answers to many of your questions about the new Oculus Rift – straight from the people who made it.
If you pay attention to tech or gaming news, you're going to hear a lot about virtual reality in the next week. Oculus will be officially launching the Rift tomorrow, and other big VR companies will be showing off their work at next week's E3. Is the world ready?
Apple reserved a healthy chunk of time at its annual developer's conference keynote to get developers invested in the Apple Watch. The marquee feature in the upcoming watchOS update is the ability for the Watch to run native apps.