Blockchain for VR ownership


The Virtual Reality world has been heating up with more and more users coming online, as headsets and platforms continue to gain acceptance. This market space has also given rise to a new and interesting asset - Virtual Real Estate. As early as 2003 companies like Linden Labs (developers of Second

Meet your new VR controller – your brain


Brain-computer interfaces are a pretty incredible (if slightly unsettling) thing. The idea of a computer being able to measure your brainwaves and then act upon them feels distinctly sci-fi, but that is exactly what VR startup Neurable has accomplished.Displaying at ‘computer graphic and interactive technique’ conference Siggraph in Los Angeles,

Sony’s a7S II shoots 4K Videos from outer space


Sony’s lineup of full-frame mirrorless cameras are impressive, and have become a staple for videographers and photographers worldwide. But now, the a7S II has gone beyond just our world, capturing amazing 4K footage from outside the International Space Station. The a7S II was mounted on the ISS on the KIBO Japanese

Ataribox Atari’s New Console

Ataribox console

Gamers have been wondering what Atari was thinking when they announced they were making a new console. Finally, we're starting to see what was on their mind.Atari showed off the exterior of their box and discussed some of the principles around its design in a newsletter published online. There wasn't