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VR Is Everywhere!

VR Is Everywhere!

Virtual Reality (VR) is popping up in surprisingly useful places. It’s gone way beyond gaming, although games such as Fallout 4 and Elite: Dangerous still get plenty of attention. For instance, Wisconsin Oven lets potential customers walk through their facility on a VR tour. Forget catalogs when you can actually...

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5 VR Games You’ll Want

5 VR Games You’ll Want

It’s still early days for many VR offerings. Developers aren’t sure if the money is there for a time- and talent-intensive effort, but we say, bring it! VR is fun, and if VR-related nausea creeps in, well, that’s what Reliefband® is for. Slip it on your wrist and play on....

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5 VR Necessities

5 VR Necessities

Virtual Reality (VR) is a fascinating place because it can be any place you want. Sounds simple, but once experienced, you want more. The VR world is exploding with growth. And peripherals, or accessories, are growing right along with it. The Unlimited Hand looks like a cuff you put on...

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VR – Not Just For Games

VR – Not Just For Games

Virtual Reality (VR) is tops with gamers, but it’s also used in ways unimagined just a few short years ago. VR simulations in the military enhance the training one goes through to become a medic or a pilot, a tank driver or even a combatant. Businesses use VR simulations to...

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Why VR Gaming Makes Us Sick

Why VR Gaming Makes Us Sick

Virtual reality sounds like a fantastic idea, doesn’t it? We can climb pyramids, battle orcs, and have a duel in space — all in an afternoon. But for many of us, the most telling reality is the nausea we feel shortly after we engage in virtual reality. This nausea, and the...

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VR Sickness Stinks!

VR Sickness Stinks!

Virtual reality (VR) is teetering on the edge of becoming the next big thing. Will we make it a part of our daily lives, as we have smartphones and tablets? Well, it’s hard to say. But gamers and others who currently use it tend to love it—except for one thing...

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