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Google Daydream could soon support multiple controllers

Google Daydream VR is Google’s virtual reality solution for mobile devices. What started as more of a cool tech demo has turned into a whole lot more, as it's a somewhat popular gaming platform now, too. Complete with Unity support, developers can develop games for it pretty easily. Interestingly, the changelog for the latest version of the...

Developer releases basic 2D Daydream VR launcher for the Lenovo Mirage Solo

The standalone Lenovo Mirage Solo Daydream VR headset is actually capable of launching two-dimensional apps and games, but the device by default provides no way of doing so. You have to use a cumbersome workaround involving installing the app remotely from the Play Store on a PC, then opening Settings on the Mirage Solo, then...

Lenovo Mirage Solo Daydream Headset Starts at $450, Supports WorldSense Inside-Out Tracking

It was a just over two weeks ago that Lenovo's Mirage Solo headset stopped by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and on Tuesday, Lenovo made it official. At a press event during the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, the company took the wraps off the Mirage Solo, a self-contained virtual reality (VR) Google Daydream headset with...

Browse the Web In VR With NOMone VR Browser

VR headsets continue to grow in popularity with more content and more affordable means to accessing them. Google emphasized the importance of VR during its recent I/O developer conference (though it still took a backseat to AI). Every day brings a few new VR applications to Play Store, and today we're here to share another one....

Android Crap: Best VR Headset

Compared to other headsets around the same price, the Sunnywoo VR Box has a very premium feel to it. It even feels higher quality than the Gear VR from Samsung.With the ability to adjust the distance between the lenses as well as the distance of the lenses to your eyes, you can always get the...