By David M. Ewalt
Virtual reality is hot again. After decades of failed products and unfulfilled promise, a groundbreaking device called the Oculus Rift has people truly excited about immersing themselves in a computer-generated world. There’s only one problem: The Rift is still a prototype, and even backing from Facebook won’t put a consumer-friendly version in stores anytime soon.
That’s where The Virtual Reality Beginners Guide comes in. Published this week by Regan Arts, it’s a short booklet bundled with all the parts you need to build a low-end VR headset powered by your phone.
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