Dallas based production studio Janimation has recently announced the completion of its Virtual Reality Hot Air Balloon Ride, an immersive, interactive experience that takes virtual reality several steps further by stimulating the rider’s senses of sight, sound and touch.
While due to hardware limitations GT Sport isn’t likely to become the holy grail of VR racing simulators on consoles, but this first official trailer featuring the game’s VR mode still promises a fantastic racing experience for PS4 gamers.
As we have reported earlier, one of the most exciting features of Gran Turismo Sport, the ability to race in virtual reality, is going to be very limited. In a recent interview, Kazunori Yamauchi, CEO of the developer studio Polyphony Digital, talked very openly about the challenges of development.
Delivery giant UPS takes employee training very seriously. The company has announced it will start training student delivery drivers to spot and identify road hazards using Virtual Reality (VR) headsets that vividly simulate the experience of driving on city streets while teaching a more memorable classroom lesson.
We have reported before that October 19th will be the release date of PlayStation 4’s probably most awaited driving simulator, Gran Turismo SPORT, the first in the iconic title’s series that will feature a VR gameplay mode. Prior to the release date, Polyphony Digital held a a studio tour in its Tokyo headquarter, showing the …
It’s been known for a long time that PlayStation’s classic racing simulator returns to your living room, and finally we have a date to save. The official release date of Gran Turismo Sport is 18th October 2017. Don’t be surprised if it’s delayed though.
Assetto Corsa has been the flagship game of virtual reality racing for a while, supporting VR on PC from as early as 2013. It started with the Oculus Rift DK1, and later added support for the Oculus Rift CV1. However, owners of the HTC Vive headset have not been that lucky. Until now!
A leaked, unofficial footage has surfaced on YouTube, showing a pretty well edited trailer for the upcoming Project CARS 2. Slightly Mad Studios’ new game will be launched for PC, PS4 and Xbox One around September 2017, and is expected to support virtual reality not just on PC (like its predecessor), but on PlayStation VR as well.