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Oculus Rift Can Now Run Low-End Gaming PC via ASW

Oculus team is working hard to update their oculus with the Asynchronus Spacewarp algorithm, it is a frame-rate smoothing technique to almost halves the CPU and GPU time required to produce nearly same output from the same content, by this it will enables users to run Oculus Rift on a lower specification hardware. Previously you need expensive PC to make the VR games work, which oculus team wants to change this.

The more capable the machine is, the less likely it is to need ASW. ASW and its scene extrapolation is activated only when the application cannot maintain the nominal frame rate of the VR display. This means if you built a top-of-the-line machine, then you may never [...]

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Someone Remake Red Alert 2 in VR

A proof of concept work by Adam Horvath for Red Alert 2 in VR (Virtual Reality) was uploaded on YouTube. The remake of the game looks great and it is in VR, the feel is like you’re playing real moving toys with special effects in front of you. The Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2 Concept was played in an HTC Vive VR Headsets and developed in Unreal Engine 4, some of the 3d assets are credited to Sly_Fox a moddbp person, who help to make this game happen.

See the nostalgia feeling by watching the demo below:

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New Virtual Reality Headsets at $299 From Microsoft Various Partner

Microsoft just announced a new virtual headsets from its various partner’s hardware makes like ASUS, Acer, HP and Lenovo will be hitting next year and at cheapest price of $299. The great thing about this new headset is that it has inside out six degrees of freedom sensor meaning no need of extra camera sensor accessory.

Microsoft also added it will be the very first VR Headsets that has mixed reality and compatible with Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 Creator Update.

The new VR headsets will not also require you to have seperate room and complicated setup to experience Virtual Reality.  While other VR in the market cost more than $500 or require expensive [...]

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G2A Land – Virtual Amusement Park

G2A develops its own VR game called G2A Land, a virtual amusement park where you can ride roller coaster, play shooting game, visit cinema and more…

You check their sneak peak with this virtual game below:

Visit G2A Land official site at