MTBS3D Are you going to go for the GO? The #OculusGo is #Facebook's first foray into standalone HMDs. #FacebookF8 #VRhttps://t.co/3iPcvd7lRG
MTBS3D Ana Ribeiro talked to Neil about her new 80's style @pixelripped #VirtualReality game at @OfficialGDC. #GDC 2018… https://t.co/P1uTSlhczW
MTBS3D MTBS interviewed @3rdeyestudiosfi at @OfficialGDC about their new game Downward Spiral Horus Station. #GDC2018 #VRhttps://t.co/xYZlN5mdlr
MTBS3D We interviewed @Survios at @OfficialGDC about their new #VR boxing title, Creed Rise to Glory. #GDC2018https://t.co/boztTx4iab
MTBS3D .@tifcagroup was launched last month. This is the introductory presentation for future computing, TIFCA, and things… https://t.co/vRVPBoAnMi
MTBS3D RT @tifcagroup: .@OGamingAlliance and @official_ita3d merge to form The International Future Computing Alliance. #GDC2018 #tifca https://t.…
MTBS3D We interviewed @Scale1Portal at @CES and they talked about their new location based arcade system that features ro… https://t.co/DoAQMWdMt8
MTBS3D .@nomadeec demonstrated their latest telemedicine software on the Microsoft Hololens at @CES. It’s designed to make… https://t.co/AVWpCuro4A

Neil's Messy Basement: Episode 31


Neil gives a very detailed rundown of the Acer Windows Mixed Reality HMD along with the Windows Mixed Reality ecosystem.  Running at over 40 minutes (we warned you), this will be useful to anyone looking to buy the device and for those that took the plunge and need a little help to make sure their experience is the correct one.
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Neil's Messy Basement: Episode 30


150 years, eh?

Celebrate Canada's 150 year anniversary by checking out this episode of Neil's Messy Basement.  Ana Serrano is the Chief Digital Officer for the Canadian Film Centre, and she talks about what they've learned about the Canadian VR ecosystem.  Lots of stuff happening here!
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Neil's Messy Basement: Episode 29


This is the one episode where the special effects cost more than the game!

In this episode of Neil's Messy Basement, we give a firm review of Star Trek: Bridge Crew and give a run-down of key advice to make players the best bridge officers they can be!  There are also plenty of ideas for future game patches and releases.  Lots of fun!

NOTE: The first word is "Geekdom".
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