The Japanese manufacturer is showcasing the latest CX-5 SUV in four shopping centres in the UK, offering shoppers the chance to take a virtual reality (VR) test drive.

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It doesn’t seem like all that long ago since virtual reality in motoring was centered around the research and development laboratories of leading car manufacturers, but now it has evolved into something much more. VR is now widely used by dealerships, satellite motoring industries (e.g. tire companies) and even you, the everyday motorist.

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The globally popular Mario Kart has been reborn in VR, but this is not a game that you can play in your living room. No, this one you can play only in an arcade, namely at the VR-Zone, located in Shinjuku district of Tokyo.

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A virtual reality distracted driving simulator is taking a nationwide tour around the USA. The tour focuses on the dangers of smartphone distractions while driving.

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At E3 2017 producer Kazunori Yamauchi revealed some additional info about the next GT game scheduled to release this fall. We learned that the simulator is already at its final refinement stage, and Yamauchi also mentioned that while releasing games in the middle of the optimization process is very common nowadays, this time Sony gave them enough time to …

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Manufacturer of professional driving simulators, Cruden, have been working on realistic motorcycle simulators since 2005, to be used professionally by other manufacturers, race teams, universities, research institutions and road safety organisations.  Recently, the company unveiled their latest model, the VR-enabled Cruden B306-HMD

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An outstanding VR simulator rig has been tested by YouTube user Carfection: the RAID Pro 340 by Premier Motor Racing Simulations might be the ultimate, the very best home racing rig that money can buy in 2017.

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An Australian woman posted this funny/sad Valentine’s Day video this February, after losing her boyfriend on the virtual tracks of an unspecified Oculus-compatible racing simulator.

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This is Racing in VR‘s interview series with top performing vloggers who upload VR racing videos to YouTube. We reach out to them and ask what they think about racing/driving in virtual reality.

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This is Racing in VR‘s interview series with top performing vloggers who upload VR racing videos to YouTube. We reach out to them and ask what they think about racing/driving in virtual reality. Racing in VR: Thanks so much for accepting our invitation for this interview. Please introduce yourself in a few words. Are you a dedicated sim …

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Virtual reality is here to improve our lives in many ways and not only in entertainment, but with the help of VR simulations, professionals are able to prepare for their future jobs. This has been the case in aviation, pilot training, or in the military, just to name a few. But now here’s a new, unique form …

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Finally, PlayStation VR users have a new racing title to play with, thanks to the latest DLC of DiRT Rally that brings compatibility with Sony’s virtual reality goggles. Although it was not announced with fanfares, it’s already in the PSN Store, so given the small number of VR racing games for PS4, here’s our advice: do not hesitate, grab …

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A trio of rugby players have joined the #DriveSafer campaign, run by insurance company Aviva, to highlight the dangers of mobile phone distractions while driving – with the help of virtual reality.

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Augmented and virtual reality herald Robert Scoble has amplified his predictions about an Apple partnership with Carl Zeiss on a pair of smart glasses, and is predicting an announcement of the technology possibly as early as the middle of 2017.

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Blending VR with reality is always an exciting field, especially when it comes to car racing. PC retailer Overclockers UK held the first round of its unique VR Racing Series in 2016, and now it’s back, and bigger than before.

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Every year, from all over the world, the entire toy industry gets together in Nuremberg, Germany, to meet at the largest trade fair in the toy sector. Exhibitors present new products, and right on the opening day (January 31 this year), they announce the yearly “ToyAward” winner. The prize is traditionally given in four categories, based on …

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