Oct. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Oculus VR CEO Brendan Iribe discusses the future of virtual reality and his thirty-one million dollar donation to the University of Maryland. He speaks with Emily Chang “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)
A new GRID racing experience awaits with experimental VR support.
By Vikki Blake
In a blog post today, GRID Autosport developer Codemasters has confirmed that support for virtual-reality system Oculus Rift will arrive in an update "very shortly".
"We’ve been tinkering with VR for a while now and have reached the stage where we believe it’s working pretty well," said community manager Ben Walke, "and as such, we’ve decided to allow you to experience it for yourselves."
Remember Batman: The Animated Series? The Nineties Saturday morning cartoon that offered the first truly on-point screen depiction of the Dark Knight and the villains of Gotham City?
If so then, like me, you probably hear actor Kevin Conroy’s voice in your head when reading a Batman comic book, and curse every big-budget movie that’s released for failing to feature The Joker’s psychiatrist-turned-accomplice Harley Quinn.
Well, fans of the series can prepare to seriously geek out as Warner Bros, DC Entertainment and 3D graphics designers OTOY have announced they are bringing the series’ Batcave to life via interactive holographic video for glasses-free technology, including light field displays that will power future televisions and mobile devices.