Virtual Desktop is a Theater that fits in your Bag

Have you ever wished that you owned your own private movie theater? Wouldn’t it be cool to play your video games on a huge screen? These are exactly the things that Virtual Desktop promises to make possible. All you need is a $200 Oculus Go VR headset. Do they deliver on these promises? Let’s find out!

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Nvidia Announces Partnership with HTC at CES 2019

2019’s Consumer Electronics Show is upon us, and Nvidia kicked things off with announcements about gaming technologies. They covered a wide range of topics in their Keynote, including a new partnership with HTC. Together, HTC and Nvidia plan to push VR forward using Turing architecture.

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Watch out Nintendo… Here comes Oculus Quest

The word is out. Oculus CTO John Carmack views their upcoming Oculus Quest headset as a direct competitor to the Nintendo Switch. This claim may seem wild at first glance, but what if he’s right?

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Vridge Coming to Oculus Store

Riftcat’s Vridge Streaming App is coming to the Oculus Store. This will allow users to enjoy PC VR Game Streaming on their Oculus Go without sideloading the App. This is just one of the enhancements that is coming with Riftcat 2.2.5 beta.

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HTC Sold Out of Original Vive Hardware

Have you tried to purchase an original HTC Vive recently? Chances are you weren’t able to. The original hardware has been out of stock in all major outlets for several weeks. Thankfully that’s about to change.

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Riftcat Improves Support for Oculus Go Streaming

We’ve recently talked quite a bit about VR Game Streaming. We’ve covered both the ALVR system and TPCAST for the HTC Vive. Today we are going to talk about another popular VR Streaming Company. Riftcat is well-known for enabling VR Streaming for the Gear VR. Today’s update adds support for the Oculus Go.

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TPCAST for HTC Vive Review (2018)

We recently covered Game Streaming on the Oculus Go. And while that is convenient, the Oculus Go lacks full dual 6DOF controllers. If you’re looking for a more complete VR Game Streaming experience, then you might be interested in learning about TPCAST.

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Steam Link App unofficially arrives on Oculus Go

Would you have guessed that you’d be able to play the Steam Link App on a VR headset before iOS? We wouldn’t have either, but today you can. The Oculus TV App on Oculus Go makes it all possible.

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Hidden Menu on Oculus Go provides Clues about Santa Cruz Headset

Due to a hiccup on the Oculus Go, users were able to view an Internal Settings Menu that might be providing clues about the upcoming Santa Cruz headset. Other than a few brief demonstrations, little has been revealed about Oculus’s upcoming flagship standalone headset. So what did we learn today?

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Bigscreen Streams Media and Games to Oculus Go

Bigscreen is a name that’s become well known to users of the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. It’s an App that allows you to play anything from your PC on your VR Headset. With the launch of the Oculus Go, Bigscreen is expanding to mobile VR.

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