MTBS3D Join Neil & his 1st Officer in his Messy Basement reviewing #StarTrekBridgeCrew from @UbisoftCanada! #VR #StarTrek
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: I predict Gran Turismo Sport will be a killer app for PSVR. The racing is very good and the content is deep @PlayStation
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: Cool! I was able to get an RSVP for PlayStation VR Gran Turismo Sport this morning. @PlayStation #E32107 @MTBS3D #VR http…
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: Forza 7 looks really good, especially on a really big screen and fancy motion rig! @ForzaMotorsport @MTBS3D #E32017 https…
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: MotoGP17 and F12017 look good, but no VR support on launch @SquareEnix @MTBS3D #E32017
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: New TS-XW Racer with Sparco rim running Project Cars 2 in VR! @TMThrustmaster @MTBS3D #E32017 #VR
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: Awesome Motion Platform V3 driving rig and F1GT seats from Next Level Racing! @nextlvlracing @MTBS3D #E32107
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: Project Cars 2 in #VR with motion rig - yesterday the demo setup had huge triples in addition to the Oculus @BandaiNamcoU
MTBS3D RT @Robertsmania: Bethesda VR showing Skyrim, Fallout 4 and Doom with PC and PSVR @bethesda @MTBS3D #E32017 #VR
MTBS3D How many #VR lawsuits are there currently in the courts? #Oculus #Zenimax #UploadVR #Samsung #TechnoView

Mortal Blitz at GDC 2017

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This turned out to be a lot of fun!  Skonec Entertainment showcased Mortal Blitz in room-scale format for the out of home entertainment market at GDC 2017.  Watch carefully, and you can see the reaction to their...special effects.
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Penumbra Simulates Stroke Surgery in VR

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While this is just a preliminary proof of concept, Penumbra partnered with Sixense to develop a virtual reality trainer for surgeons and medical support staff to simulate stroke treatment through surgery.  Check out the interview and see what you think!
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Kyoto VR Interviewed at SVVR 2017

We got the chance to check out Kyoto VR's latest work at SVVR.  What they are doing is preserving historical Japanese sites using virtual reality technologies like photogrammetry and 360 video recording.  Check out the interview and see what you think!
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