Well, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas has come and gone, and as usual there were acres of displays showing the kinds of things
Google’s Cardboard has inspired a whole wave of manufacturers to make VR headsets that rely on your phone, and someone local is getting in on that.
Brick and mortar shops have always been under threat from the internet, but virtual reality could change everything, and two of Australia’s biggest shopping places has created a world first to test it with.
Virtual reality is coming, with Facebook's Oculus, HTC's Vive, and Samsung and Sony getting in for people without computers, but what is it really, and how does it work?
For so long, phones have been about being sleek, being elegant, or just so well built that a drop wouldn’t knock any confidence a phone may or may not have. But LG’s latest is more about playing, and that’s good news for consumers keen for something new.
Virtual reality is coming to more than just gamers, and the Australian Museum will be the first local museum to try a new way of educating the general public.
The world is really getting into virtual reality, and at least one Aussie broadcaster wants to be there ahead of time, as SBS enters a world away from worlds.
The immersive entertainment movement that is virtual reality isn’t just going to be something for your phone, because while Samsung has the edge right now, Sony may well have it come October.
The world of VR is interesting enough when you’re spinning in your work chair, but in the world of an upside-down rollercoaster? Prepare for the next generation of thrill rides.