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Sony’s Project Morpheus launching in first half of 2016 for 'several hundred dollars'

Over 30 games are already in development

By Chris Welch

Sony's E3 presentation is still hours away, but Wl

ired just spilled key details on what's certain to be one of the biggest PlayStation keynote highlights: Project Morpheus. Sony's virtual reality headset will launch in the first half of 2016 for "several hundred dollars." The exact price isn't mentioned, but tonight you'll be getting a very exhaustive look at what's coming. Sony plans to showcase at least 20 "games and experiences" during the company's E3 presentation.

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In Virtual Reality, San Diego Scientist Sees Tool To Help The Visually Impaired

By David Wagner

Lately, entertainment companies of all stripes have been investing in virtual reality, hoping to immerse players within video games, and to put fans courtside at major league events.

But virtual reality can be more than just fun and games, according to a UC San Diego doctor using a cheap new headset with patients in mind.

Dr. Felipe Medeiros is an ophthalmologist and a professor who treats glaucoma patients like 63-year-old Melinda Person. He's trying to develop better ways of spotting balance problems in his patients. 

Person knows first-hand that glaucoma affects balance as well as vision. About a year ago, she was walking to the grocery store two blocks from her home in downtown San Diego. Just like she'd done countless times before, she crossed the street and stepped onto a familiar curb.

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Apple quietly bought an unusual startup

It’s unclear what it will do with the tech

By Laura Lorenzetti

Apple has quietly acquired augmented reality startup Metaio, a project initially launched by Volkswagen back in 2003.

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