All Articles by Russell Holly

Everything you need to know about the Gear VR Controller

Samsung's answer to the Google Daydream Controller is here, and is bringing with it lots of clever tricks.

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How to enable VR for Elite: Dangerous

Ready to upgrade your Elite: Dangerous experience to something a little more immersive? It's super easy to enable VR mode and climb into the seat of your favorite ship.

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Exploring portability with room-scale VR

With VR-Ready laptops becoming more portable and more reasonably priced, how easy is it to pack everything up and take your VR somewhere else?

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Every Daydream app you can install right now, and a look at what comes next

There aren't many Daydream apps available yet, but the list of what you'll be able to play soon is well worth getting excited over.

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Sky Fighter: Training Day keeps you moving and guessing

A good flight game in VR is all about simplicity, and Sky Fighter walks the line in the best way.

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Everything you need to know about Supersampling for Oculus Rift

If the resolution of your game isn't quite where you'd like it to be, and you have some GPU to spare, there's a tool available to help improve things!

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Every Oculus Touch game you can play right now, and a look at what comes next!

Looking for Oculus Touch games? We've got all of them here for you!

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Adding a SubPac to your VR setup makes a huge difference!

Incredible VR experiences are all about immersion, and being able to feel those experiences in your body makes a huge difference.

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Playing Elite: Dangerous on HTC Vive vs Oculus Rift

If you're looking to expand your Elite: Dangerous experience by adding some VR, you should know which setup is going to be best for you.

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Try out Google's Chrome VR partners with Daydream

Google has partnered with several developers to show off using Chrome for VR, but it's a little awkward right now.

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This is how you play Google Cardboard apps on your Samsung Gear VR

If you've got a Samsung Gear VR and have been unhappy about the inability to use Google Cardboard apps that are not available in the Oculus Store, we've got an app to help you out.

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How to get the best light calibration for your PlayStation VR

Almost every PlayStation VR problem comes from inaccurate light tracking. The key to a successful PSVR setup is a good light calibration. This is how you get the best.

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How to enable sidetone volume for PlayStation VR

Being able to hear your own voice while wearing headphones isn't usually something you want, but when playing in VR this adds a little more immersion to your experience.

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When to enable smooth turning on your PlayStation VR

Some VR games offer an alternative method of control to give you a little more freedom in the game, but there's a price to pay if motion sickness is a problem for you.

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How to deal with a green haze in your PlayStation VR

Some PSVR owners have noticed a slight green haze in some games, but before trying to exchange your headset there's a quick fix you can try.

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How to fix display issues in your Gear VR

Sometimes things don't line up like they're supposed to. Here's how you deal with those issues on a Gear VR.

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How to 3D Print anything created in VR

The great thing about 3D Printing is the flexibility;ity afforded by an absence of limitation. If you can imagine it, you can print it, and VR art programs are the best ways to help put it all together.

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Go play John Wick in VR before Chapter 2 hits theaters!

The most impressive and surprisingly good action flick in years is about to get a sequel, but before that happens there's a chance you could go check out the VR game inspired by the franchise.

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How to manually enable Daydream on phones Google has not approved

Google has a specific list of Android phones they've determined are good enough to run Daydream, but if your phone isn't on the list there may be a way to get around this limitation.

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Google is preparing Chrome for VR

There's a big background push for websites and browsers that handle VR in a quality way. Google's performance updates are a good indicator of future plans.

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