Survivors keep moving

Get the most out of Farpoint with these tips!

All hands... battlestations

Preparing your Rift for Star Trek: Bridge Crew!

God mode

Google Earth VR is a must-have for Rift and Vive owners

Buyer's guide

The Alienware Aurora is the best pre-built desktop PC for VR

A two-piece combo please

Your Touch controllers can now act as a gamepad in some Oculus experiences

More room for games!

Move your Rift library to a different drive with this easy guide

Trek Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself

Prepare yourself - Star Trek: Bridge Crew is almost here!

Full on, guns blazing

Serious Sam shows how classic shooters do have a place in VR

Get ready

Windows Mixed Reality is on its way and here's what you can expect

Taking control

Apple Watch may be the most useful VR accessory yet

Cross-platform robo mayhem

Don't have an Oculus Rift? You can still play Robo Recall in VR

From high to low

Which graphics card should you buy for virtual reality?

Turn into the curves

The best steering wheels for driving on PlayStation VR

Getting better all the time

VR roller coasters are better than ever

Methane dreams

How scary is the bottom of the ocean? Check out our review of Narcosis

Look closely

The difference between VR and AR

Resource hogs

Do multiple monitors affect your VR headset's performance?

Tech support simulator

Robo Recall is here, and it's a perfect example of what VR can be

VR for everyone

Here's everything you need to know about Google Cardboard

Crispier galaxies

How to make Elite: Dangerous look even better in VR

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HTC Vive

VR and your privacy: how are these companies treating your data?

It’s time to get familiar with the privacy policies currently in place for VR. We’re breaking them down and speaking plain English.

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Everything you need to know about WebVR

There's a unique kind of VR experience that can be shared across many different headsets, and it's getting more interesting every day.

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How to prepare your HTC Vive for Star Trek: Bridge Crew

Star Trek: Bridge Crew drops May 30, 2017. Is your Vive ready?

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How to reduce the brightness of your HTC Vive display

Is the HTC Vive a little harsh on your eyes? These are the steps to reduce its brightness.

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A Beginner's Guide to Elite: Dangerous

If you're looking to start exploring in the deep void of space, Elite: Dangerous is the ultimate experience among both traditional games and virtual reality experiences. Here's what you should know getting started.

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How to use Oculus Touch like a Vive Tracker

The Rock Band guitar isn't the only thing to which you can attach Oculus Touch. Here's how to get your controllers working more like a Vive Tracker.

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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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All the ways you can make incredible art in VR

You don't need to be a developer, a tech geek, or even an artist to create incredible art in VR. All you need is the right app.

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Eye tracking is coming to HTC Vive: Here's what you need to know

aGlass brings eye tracking support to the HTC Vive with a new plug-and-play attachment. Here's what to expect!

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Here are our favorite things to do in Google Earth VR

Google Earth VR is available for both Rift and Vive, and what an experience it is. To help you make sense of the world, here are some of our favorite things to do.

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