HTC Vive

HTC Vive: who it’s for, where to buy, and first steps

by Andrew Grush February 17, 20172 comments
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HTC Vive Tracker goes on sale for developers, but anyone can buy it

The HTC Vive Tracker, an accessory for the Vive PC VR headset, is now available for purchase to developers, but anyone else can get it as well.
by John Callaham2 days ago

HTC to make Vive content for upcoming sci-fi film Ready Player One

The content will include “experiences” and games tied to the film, which is being directed by Steven Spielberg.
by Scott Adam Gordon2 days ago

Obduction adds support for HTC Vive headset and Oculus Touch controllers

Obduction, the VR game from Myst developer Cyan Studios, has been updated, adding support for the HTC Vive headset and Oculus Touch controllers
by John Callaham6 days ago

‘Narcosis’ gets a launch date alongside new trailer

Narcosis is a game about survival, leaving you deep below the sea attempting to figure out a way out without draining your limited oxygen. Will you survive?
by David Imel2 weeks ago

Best HTC Vive games (March 2017)

We take a look at some of the best HTC Vive launch games in this roundup.
by Andrew Grush2 weeks ago3 Comments

Best VR Headsets (March 2017)

Join us as we take a look at all the best VR devices on the market.
by VR Source2 weeks ago2 Comments

‘Sound Flare’ is your virtual workstation for mixing 3D audio

'Sound Flare' gives users incredibly fine control of their audio files, creating 3D audio experiences in a much more intuitive fashion.
by David Imel4 weeks ago

HTC says they don’t need to cut the price of the Vive after Rift price drop

HTC says they do not need to cut the price of the Vive virtual reality headset, even after the massive $200 price cut of the Oculus Rift.
by David Imel4 weeks ago

SMI is working to bring eye-tracking technology to VR

SMI is currently working with Valve to bring eye-tracking technology to OpenVR, enabling much more accurate and realistic avatars.
by David Imel4 weeks ago

Vive’s content subscription service is coming next month for $6.99

HTC is releasing a new HTC Vive content subscription service next month, allowing users to try out 5 different titles for just $6.99 per month.
by David Imel4 weeks ago
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