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The latest news and fun facts about Virtual Reality, hardware and accessories. Read all about Virtual Reality in our VR Blogs. For example, do you know how they use Virtual Reality in the sports world? Or are you looking for a fun (free) VR game to play? Then quickly check our blogs and discover everything about the wonderful world of VR!

  • Pico Neo 4 vs. Meta Quest 2

    Recently Pico announced its latest generation VR Glasses: the Pico Neo 4. This headset promises to take the fight to with the hugely popular Meta Quest 2. But does the Pico Neo 4 have the right specifications to become a real competitor to Meta? And perhaps more importantly, what about Pico's with software and games? In this blog, we list the similarities and differences between the Pico Neo 4 and the Meta Quest 2 and give advice on the best VR Glasses.

  • VIVE Location Based Software Suite (LBSS)

    The HTC VIVE Focus 3 is currently one of the most used VR Glasses in LBE environments (VR arcades). With its powerful hardware and rich software ecosystem, the VIVE Focus 3 is flexible to deploy and easy to deploy on a larger scale. The VIVE Focus 3 offers 5K image resolution, 90 Hz refresh rate, can receive WiFi 6 and 6E, and has a built-in battery that can be changed during gameplay.

  • Top 5 Virtual Reality (VR) Gloves

    Virtual Reality (VR) has now been developed to such an extent that it is almost indistinguishable from the real thing. But what is still missing to make it completely lifelike is the sensation of touch. Because how cool is it to be able to touch the things you see in Virtual Reality? Fortunately, there are now a lot of developers on the market who are working on this. In this blog we list the most popular VR gloves.

  • Easy device management of VR & AR headsets

    You may or may not recognize it: electronics have been purchased within the organization where you work, which everyone was very enthusiastic about beforehand. But in no time, the enthusiasm slowly ebbs away because the products do not work as well as expected (and hoped). This is, also with Virtual Reality, a known problem within the business market. Fortunately, there is a solution for this: ArborXR. On this page we explain what it is and why every company that works with VR needs a device management system like ArborXR!

  • HTC VIVE Focus 3 LBE: How to activate the license?

    HTC recently rolled out a new license that allows users to use the HTC VIVE Focus 3 (more effectively) in an arcade or entertainment environment. Read here what this LBE license entails. But there is still some uncertainty about how to activate this license. We are happy to help.

  • Meta Quest 2 vs. Pico Neo 3 Link: What are the differences?

    The most popular VR Glasses in recent years was the Meta Quest 2 (formerly known as Oculus Quest 2). The Quest 2 is a Standalone All-In-One headset, which means that the VR Glasses can be used completely without PC and cables. For many people, the Quest 2 was the ideal VR Glasses to start with. But the reason that the Quest 2 proved so popular was also because there is little to no competition in the same price range. with the release of the Pico Neo 3 Link has changed that. The Neo 3 Link is the latest VR Glasses from Pico (ByteDance) and has almost identical specifications to the Quest 2. However, there are a number of differences why it is better to choose one pair of glasses than the other. In this blog we explain these differences.

  • HADO: The sport of the future!

    Esports are becoming more and more popular. Not only in the Netherlands, but worldwide, more and more and larger e-sports events are being organized. These are often sports where players compete online behind a computer screen or a console, but HADO is changing this. HADO is a so-called Augmented Reality sport: players can compete against each other physically and digitally with using Augmented Reality technology. We explain in this blog how exactly this sport works and how the technology behind this sport works.

  • Meta Quest 2 Facebook Account Login Changes

    One of the biggest drawbacks of the popular Meta Quest 2 was that it required you to log into with an (active) Facebook account. For many users, including companies that need to handle with sensitive Information, this was a deal breaker. And in many cases this was unfortunate; because the Quest 2 is just a very good headset that is suitable for many applications. Fortunately, Meta also realized that this was not a tenable concept and they recently announced that they would get rid of the mandatory Facebook account.

  • SlimeVR full body Tracker

    SlimeVR is a low cost solution to full body tracking for use in SteamVR, using sensors to send data to Steam rather than relying solely on a line of sight (as with the HTC VIVE tracker). This means that sitting in chairs, lying down and even covering yourself with a blanket is no problem.

  • The New Pimax Crystal VR Headset: Competition for the Varjo Aero?

    Pimax has announced the Pimax Crystal, a new headset that is broadly similar with the company's upcoming Pimax 12K QLED headset, but with scaled back a few features and a lower price. Although the price of about ,900.00 is lower, the headset still falls into the 'ultra-enthusiastic' category, making it a direct competitor to Varjo's Aero headset.

  • The new VR Glasses of Meta: What will we see in the future of Meta?

    Meta's Reality Labs division has unveiled new prototypes that are on the roadmap to lightweight, hyper-realistic Virtual Reality graphics. The glasses are far from being fully developed and ready for sale, but the designs - with the codenames Butterscotch, starburst, holocake 2, and Mirror Lake - should lead to a sleek headset with more realistic colors that support finer details than the current Quest 2 screens.

  • Metaverse and Virtual Reality: what do they with have to do with each other?

    The Metaverse is hot and booming. Ever since Facebook announced in October 2021 that it would change the company's name to Meta, the term 'metaverse' has suddenly popped up everywhere. But what exactly is the metaverse? And hasn't it been around much longer? In this blog we will explain what exactly the metaverse is, for which applications it can be used, how Virtual Reality fits into the metaverse story, and what we can expect from the metaverse in the future.

  • 10 VR Tips No One Told You

    When you buy a VR Glasses you will always receive a manual with it. This manual explains exactly how to connect the VR Glasses, how to charge it and turn it on/off and in some cases how to download the correct software. But often it doesn't say how best to hang up your VR cables, or which applications are useful to download as extra. In this blog we therefore list a number of useful tips for you so that you can get started well prepared with your new VR Glasses.

  • Serious VR: Have a serious VR training developed

    Virtual Reality has not been used only for playing games for a long time. Where a few years ago it was still used purely as an entertainment device, it is now possible to follow complete VR training courses. This is with particularly useful for training that is quite time consuming and expensive "in real life". Think of practicing with a jet bridge at KLM - or training a heart surgeon who has to practice a difficult operation. Fortunately, VR has now come so far that it is also possible to do this kind of training in the virtual world. All you need is a VR Glasses (and in some cases a powerful PC). And of course someone who develops the training for you.

  • The Best Cleaning Articles for VR Glasses

    When you have used your VR Glasses intensively, it is important to leave it clean and hygienic again. Even when you use the VR Glasses with your friends, or for example pass it on at a VR event, it is as fresh as the headset is clean. Fortunately, there are plenty of products available with which you can always keep your VR Glasses tidy! In this blog we list a few of our popular cleaning products for you.

  • VIVE Focus 3 License: New Features for VR Arcades and LBE Locations

    The HTC VIVE Focus 3 is a popular Standalone VR Glasses aimed at businesses. Partly because of the additional "VIVE Enterprise Warranty" as standard, it is a smart and secure choice for companies that want a reliable wireless VR Glasses. But recently HTC VIVE has implemented a number of (software) updates that make the VIVE Focus 3 also very good in a VR Arcade or other LBE environment (location based entertainment) can be used. In this blog we list the new updates of the VIVE Focus 3 .

  • The Best Accessories for Meta Quest 2

    with with the right accessories you get the most out of your Meta Quest 2 VR Glasses. From a headband that makes the VR Glasses more comfortable to sit on, to a charging station where you can conveniently store and charge the VR Glasses and Controllers. There is now a handy accessory for everything. In this blog we list our accessories for the Meta Quest 2, so that you can immediately see in an overview what is useful for you to use!

  • What is SideQuest and how do you use it?

    If you just bought a Quest 2, you might think that the official Oculus Store is the only way to purchase games. But did you know that there is an entirely different platform where you can also download games? This platform is called SideQuest. In this article we explain what SideQuest is all about and how you can put games on your Quest 2 via this platform.

  • How do you buy the right VR glasses?

    Virtual Reality is becoming more and more popular. Where Virtual Reality a few years ago was only for the real nerds, nowadays people are no longer surprised if you have a VR headset at home. But what's the best Virtual Reality headset to buy right now? And what should you pay attention to when purchasing a VR headset? In this blog we explain step by step what the most important points of a VR headset are and what are important things to pay attention to when purchasing one.

  • Top 5 Assisted Reality headsets of 2022

    Assisted Reality (AR) literally means assisted reality. It is an addition to reality. This is essentially different from Virtual Reality (VR). With Virtual Reality you replace the reality with with a virtual world, but with Assisted Reality you supplement the real world with Information.

  • Feel the Virtual Reality with SenseGlove Nova

    Wearing Virtual reality glasses is one thing. Feeling Virtual Reality is quite another! The Dutch company SenseGlove makes it possible with to physically feel what you touch in the virtual world using a haptic glove. In this blog we explain how this works and why it is useful to use a haptic glove.

  • Gemvision: Augmented Reality & Remote Collaboration in the Field

    Gemvision is a software company from Rotterdam. They specialize in offering a turnkey solution for Augmented Reality and remote assistance applications.

  • Which VR Glasses can you use with a PlayStation 4?

    Do you already have a PlayStation 4 (PS4) and do you want to use Virtual reality? Then the PSVR glasses are a good choice! The PlayStation VR Glasses can be connected to the PlayStation 4 or to the newer PlayStation 5.

  • RealWear Smart Glasses: The Ultimate Smart Glasses for Industrial Applications

    In 2017, RealWear (originally an American company) launched the RealWear HMT-1. These Remote Collaboration Smart Glasses proved to be a direct hit with companies operating in industrial environments. Where comparable glasses such as the Microsoft Hololens 2, Vuzix M400 and Google Glass 2 are rather delicate devices, the RealWear HMT-1 is made for the heavier work.

  • ARVI Labs: VR Escape Room Games for VR Arcades & Arcades

    Are you planning to start with a Virtual Reality Arcade? Or maybe you already have a VR Arcade but run into some software management issues? ARVI VR has come up with something for this: they have developed their own software platform that is specifically aimed at the easy distribution of VR Arcade games. We explain how this works exactly in this blog.

  • Top 8 VR & AR Trends for 2022

    Augmented and Virtual Reality are starting to take off. Where a few years ago it was still a nice gimmick for companies that were looking for something innovative, today it is a real addition to reality. In this blog we list a number of VR/AR trends that we expect to see again in 2022.

  • Vaccinate in Virtual Reality

    Throughout the Netherlands, everything is being done to get as many people as possible vaccinated. But what do you do when there is "prick fear"? Then Virtual Reality can be a very nice tool to convince these people too!

  • The Differences Between Reverb G2 V1 and Reverb G2 V2

    Last year, HP launched the HP Reverb G2: a VR headset that (among other things) was characterized by its high image resolution. HP has now announced an upgrade of this headset: the HP Reverb G2 V2. with this headset makes an already good headset even better. Among others improvements in the (vertical) tracking, compatibility with the headset cable and various (AMD) motherboards and better interpupillary distance customization.

  • From Oculus for Business to Quest for Business

    Facebook (aka Meta, its new umbrella name) held its annual Facebook developer conference for all things with Virtual Reality yesterday. A number of important plans have emerged, which have consequences for customers of Oculus for Business. We list the most important changes below

  • HTC Unveils New HTC Vive Flow Headset

    After many rumors about a new headset from HTC, a new pair of glasses is finally on the way: the HTC Vive Flow. However, this is not the headset that was expected. So what is it? You can read that in our blog.

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    VRelax: Relax in Virtual Reality

    VRelax is a scientifically validated Virtual Reality app aimed at people within mental health care, hospitals and the business community. with VRelax allows them to manage their stress levels themselves. It is a relaxation tool against stress, burnout, anxiety and depression. But also a distraction tool for pain distraction, physical discomfort and medical technical procedures. From mild stress to severe psychological complaints, VRelax can provide relief from any form of stress at any time and place.

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    Trainings & Workshops on Virtual Reality (VR / AR / XR)

    Looking for a training and/or workshop on Virtual Reality technology? We are happy to help with this! Our XR Consultant has spatial experience with all kinds of Extended Reality and can provide a beautiful XR presentation and/or workshop for every target group.

  • Microsoft Azure Kinect: what can you do with it?

    Azure Kinect is an advanced, spatial developer kit with advanced Vision and Speech models, advanced AI sensors and some powerful SDKs that can be connected with Azure Cognitive Services.

  • Proposals XR Consultant: Simon Frijters

    I would like to introduce myself to you. My name is Simon Frijters, a passionate specialist and consultant brimming with knowledge and experience about how XR technology can be applied in business and government organizations.

  • Virtual Reality Headset Market Size

    The global market size of Virtual reality headsets was estimated at .81 billion in 2020 and is expected to grow at a with compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 28.2% from 2021 to 2028. The extensive adoption of Virtual reality technology (VR) in the military and automotive sectors is driving market growth. Moreover, the surge in demand for gaming consoles is another factor driving the industry's growth.

  • The Guide to Starting with a Virtual Reality Arcade

    Nice that you want to start with start a Virtual Reality Arcade, or implement VR in an already existing entertainment park! Through this blog we would like to give a number of concrete points that you can think about before you start.

  • Yaw2: The Next-Level Game Experience from your seat

    After a successful first kickstarter of the original Yaw VR, YAW is back with a new generation motion simulator: Yaw2.

  • The differences between Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR)

    By now the term 'virtual reality' is familiar to most people. But the terms 'augmented reality' and 'mixed reality' may be less well-known, but they are certainly no less important. In this blog we explain the differences between Virtual, augmented and Mixed Reality, and show you through some practical examples what you can use these applications for.

  • Facebook temporarily stops with sales Oculus Quest 2 due to 'skin irritation'

    Oculus is temporarily suspending sales of the Oculus Quest 2 headset due to several reports of "skin irritation." Some users indicate that the standard facial interface of the Quest 2 headset provokes a nasty allergic reaction (this is different from the pressure spots you can experience with with a headset).

  • The Best Free VR Games for Oculus Quest 2

    The Oculus Quest 2 is one of the most popular VR headsets right now. And not without reason: the glasses can be used completely without external Computer and cables! These glasses are therefore the ultimate headset to experience Virtual Reality. But once you have the glasses; what games are you going to play?

  • Learn CPR with Velicus

    Virtual Reality currently has many more useful applications than just playing games. For example, hospitals and government agencies use Virtual reality glasses to train staff. Mixed Reality is also frequently used these days to simulate situations. The difference between Virtual Reality (VR) and Mixed Reality (MR) is with mainly in the fact that Virtual [[MD5_536] ] is a completely virtual simulated world, while Mixed Reality is a combination between the 'real' world and the virtual world.

  • The Best VR headsets of 2021

    Virtual Reality (VR) headsets are becoming more and more popular. Not only companies, but also Consumers are starting to adopt Virtual Reality more and more in everyday life. For example, a Virtual Reality headset can be used to play a relaxing game, but a VR headset can also be used to socialize (online) with friends.

  • The 5 Best VR Multiplayer Games

    Virtual Reality games are fun, but what could be more fun than playing with friends?! with VR Multiplayer games allow you with friends or family, or with complete strangers to have a very nice VR experience. To help you on your way, we will list our favorite VR multiplayer games in this blog.

  • Varjo Use Cases and Best Practices

    Varjo's VR headsets are increasingly used within professional companies and organizations, partly because of the human-eye resolution. In this blog we provide some real life use cases from companies that use the Varjo XR-3 headset on a day-to-day basis.

  • Vuzix Use Cases and Best Practices

    In this blog we give a number of practical examples of the Vuzix glasses. Want to know more about this? Please contact with us and we will be happy to help you!

  • Microsoft Hololens 2 Use Cases & Best Practices

    In this blog we give some practical examples of the Microsoft Hololens 2. Want to know more about this? Please contact with us and we will be happy to help you!

  • Preventing Sun Damage to Your VR Headset

    With all VR headsets, but especially with Standalone headsets, such as the Oculus Quest 2, it is vital to keep the glasses out of the sun at all times. Even the smallest rays of sunlight that are aimed directly at the lenses of the VR glasses can cause a burn mark on the lenses. These spots can be recognized by a (often) dark dot with surrounded by a light circle. In some cases, the burn is so bad that it even appears to be a large smeared spot.

  • Is this Apple's New AR Headset?

    apple aims to launch its first Augmented Reality (AR) headset in Q2 2022, according to a new research note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (Ming-Chi Kuo is also considered the most trusted apple analyst today).

  • Virtuix Omni One: What we know so far

    Get on the treadmill, buckle up, put on VR goggles and transport yourself to another dimension. This sounds like the plot of the famous Steven Spielberg movie Ready Player One, but nothing could be further from the truth! The Virtuix Omni One is the latest project from American developer Virtuix, known for creating one of the first (and most chosen) VR treadmills at with name VR Arcades and other entertainment centers.

  • Check if your PC is ready for VR Gaming

    with a growing number of PC VR headsets, such as the HTC VIVE Pro 2 and HP Reverb G2, there is plenty of reason for Consumers and businesses to now jump into the high-end PC VR market. To make full use of VR, it is important that the PC meets certain hardware requirements, such as a powerful graphics card (GPU) and processor (CPU). An important question therefore is: can my PC handle VR? In this blog we explain per headset which requirements the PC must meet.

  • Unbound XR visiting the KLM VR Center of Excellence

    How cool is that; be invited by KLM to take a look at their high-tech XR Lab! On Monday, April 26, 2021, Remco de Jong, Managing Director of Unbound XR, paid a visit to the lab and talked to with Werner Soeteman (Sr. IT manager KLM) and Chris Koomen ([[MD5_644] ] Reality specialist). with years of experience as a former pilot (Remco himself worked for years as a pilot for a development organization in Northern Australia) this visit to KLM was of course doubly interesting!

  • How the Hololens 2 and Dynamics 365 Guides can change remote care and education

    The corona pandemic has had a major impact on educators around the world. Video calling technology allows many lessons to continue remotely, but the technology has shortcomings when it comes to teaching practical skills. This fall, the School of Nursing at the University of Michigan turned to Mixed Reality

  • Which VR headset is best to choose?

    with We regularly get the question: what are the best Virtual reality glasses? In order to be able to give a good answer to this, it is important to first consider what you want to do with the with glasses. Do you want to use the glasses specifically for gaming, for example? Then the HP Reverb G2 is a good choice. But do you want to use the glasses to show simple videos in 360 degrees? Then you might be better off opting for something else.

  • VR Arcade Software management & Game licenses

    When you want to start up a Virtual reality arcade or arcade you will have to make with software licenses. In principle, you cannot just use a VR game in a commercial environment. Fortunately, there are separate software options to still use the most popular VR games in a relatively simple way. In this blog we therefore explain the 3 most popular options: Synthesis VR, Springboard VR and Viveport Arcade.

  • Oculus Quest 2 for Business: Everything you need to know

    The new Oculus Quest 2 is one of the best Standalone VR headsets out there. with you no longer need the powerful built-in processor Computer to control the headset, you don't need external sensors to track movements, and the entire package can also be purchased for a relatively low purchase price.

  • HP Omnicept and HP Reverb G2 Omnicept Edition

    The HP Reverb G2 Omnicept Edition is the latest development in VR hardware and software. VR glasses with built-in eye tracking, a built-in facial tracker and even a built-in heart rate monitor. The current expected release date of HP Omnicept is scheduled for May 2021. In this blog we have already listed what we can expect from this.

  • XRSpace Manova: the future of Virtual reality?

    In 2020 Peter Chou, former CEO and co-founder of HTC, announced the XRSpace Manova; a compact VR glasses made for "social interaction". While many comparable VR goggles, such as HTC VIVE and Oculus Quest 2, with mainly focus on gaming, the Manova is specifically designed to bring people together in the virtual world.

  • Which VR Headset is best for your business?

    You may be familiar with with what VR can do for gaming and immersive entertainment experiences. But in addition to traveling to new worlds, fighting zombies and learning about other cultures, Virtual Reality has been an invaluable resource for business for years. From engineering to research, to on-the-job training, and even customer experience, VR has helped significantly evolve the way businesses operate today. According to a survey commissioned by Grid Raster, nearly 91% of companies surveyed have implemented or plan to implement AR or VR technology. VR has made strides in almost every industry, and it's very possible that VR influenced your favorite product or service.

  • HP Partner in the Spotlight: Unbound XR

    The Partner in the Spotlight section is intended to introduce you to with fellow HP partners. In this episode we talk with Remco de Jong, Managing Director of HP Business Partner Unbound XR.

  • VR Control with Your Mind: The NextMind Dev Kit

    NextMind is the winner of two CES 2020 innovation awards, including Best of Innovation in Virtual & Augmented technology and as an Honoree in Wearable Technologies. The company, a neurotechnology startup, has started with shipping their latest product: the NextMind DevKit. This product sounds very futuristic; click the device on the back of your head and control computer, VR, music and other applications with your own brain waves. We are happy to explain exactly how this works!

  • Tundra Tracker: a smaller and cheaper alternative to the HTC VIVE Tracker?

    The company Tundra Labs, which makes chips and other SteamVR development kits, is currently with developing a smaller and more affordable variant of the well-known HTC VIVE tracker. A Kickstart campaign to fund the project and collect feedback is currently underway (January 2021). It is expected that Information on the development of this product will be released in the coming weeks.

  • bhaptics introduces NEW TactSuit X40 and X16

    bhaptics has announced the new TactSuit X40 and X16. These haptic vests are the successors of the well-known and original Tactot DK3 vest. The TactSuit X40, like its predecessor, contains 40 individual haptic motors spread across the front and back of the vest.

  • The best choice for VR and 360 degree cameras of 2020!

    Filming in 360 degrees and in VR seems to be becoming more and more mainstream. Where this was a nice "gimmick" a few years ago, it now really adds to the experience. 360 degree videos can be played on a VR Glasses or just on your mobile phone.

  • Microsoft Hololens 2 Applications & Examples

    The Microsoft Hololens 2 is currently seen as the gold standard in the field of Augmented Reality (AR). This has to do with the fact that the AR glasses offer a particularly high resolution - and a wider field of view than its predecessor. This allows holograms to be displayed a lot more realistically, making the glasses better for use in a business environment and for specific purposes.

  • XRSpace Manova: the first 5G VR Headset of the moment!

    XRSpace Manova is a new Virtual reality headset that looks like it came straight out of Ready Player One. The headset has been developed with several important features in mind. XRSpace, for example, focuses on standalone functions and they develop a complete world that should give VR multiplayer a huge boost.

  • How do you hang your VR cables?

    Most PC-controlled VR glasses are wired to a Computer. These glasses are in direct connection with with the graphics card of the PC, so that you get the most power from the PC. But the disadvantage of cabling is that it often gets in the way.

  • Oculus Quest 2 vs. Pico Neo 2: Which VR Headset is Better?

    Looking back over the past few years, with particularly PC VR goggles, such as HTC VIVE (Pro) and Oculus Rift (S), have dominated the VR landscape. However, there seems to be a shift in this preference. More and more users are looking for the convenience of Standalone VR glasses. After all, with Standalone glasses you no longer need an external PC and no external sensors. You simply put on the VR glasses and you can immediately get started in the virtual world.

  • What is Augmented Reality (AR)?

    Augmented Reality is the result of using technology to superimpose Information - sounds, images and text - over the world we see. Imagine the famous movies "Minority Report" or "Iron Man"; with AR glasses put a digital layer over the real, physical world.

  • What's new about the Oculus Quest 2 controllers?

    Oculus has learned a lot about (haptic or not) VR Controllers in recent years. That's why the third-generation Oculus Touch controllers for the Oculus Quest 2 are better than ever, with a more comfortable grip, greater distance between the front buttons and redesigned grip and trigger buttons that are easier to use.

  • What are the differences between PC VR and Standalone VR?

    "Which glasses do I need?" is a frequently asked question in VR land. But answering this question is not as easy as you might think. Are you going to use the VR glasses to play VR games, or do you want to use the glasses with groups to watch 360-degree videos, for example?

  • What is Reducept and how can you use it?

    The VR application Reducept helps against chronic pain relief. By putting on a VR Headset you go on a journey in your own body and shoot with a spaceship at the bottlenecks. This sounds like a futuristic sci-fi movie, but several studies show that this has a solid effect on how patients experience the pain!

  • Applications of VR in marketing and brand experience

    Virtual Reality is known to many as a "nice toy", but can - and is, very well used for unique marketing campaigns. Big brands such as Adidas, The North Face and Coca-Cola are all busy with the playful actions with which you with can experience a cool experience using Virtual reality glasses.

  • Alternative VR headsets as Oculus Go replacement

    Facebook/Oculus has already announced that it will no longer continue with production (and support from 2021) of the Oculus Go. This comes as a surprise to many VR users, as the Oculus Go is one of the more popular VR glasses at the moment.

  • 5 free VR apps for your smartphone

    Want to experience Virtual Reality for the first time? Then a mobile VR Glasses is a nice and relatively cheap solution! On a mobile VR Glasses you can play nice 360 degree videos where you imagine yourself in the virtual world. You only need your own smartphone and mobile VR glasses (already available from € 19.95).

  • HP Reverb G2 VR support for new Microsoft Flight Simulator

    Microsoft Flight Simulator is currently seen as the best flight simulation at the moment. And from this fall, the simulator will also be available in Virtual Reality!

  • Comparison between VR headsets

    More and more Virtual Reality glasses are being made by manufacturers. But which glasses are the best? To answer that, we have created a handy comparison table that shows all the important specifications of the VR glasses at a glance.

  • Applying VR In Education

    Education is the foundation of a thriving society, and knowledge transfer has been a top priority for societies from the very beginning. People are constantly looking for ways to make knowledge transfer easier, faster and more effective.

  • VR Adjust Headset Correctly

    For a good playing experience, it is essential that your headset fits well on the face and head. This not only ensures that you can play for a longer time, but in many cases also offers a sharper and more pleasant image.

  • Top VR Game Recommendations For VR Arcades

    A Virtual Reality arcade is a great place to play and experience the latest VR games. But what makes a Virtual Reality arcade different from playing a Virtual Reality game at home?

  • The Best Virtual Trips During The Coronavirus

    Due to the current corona virus, it seems that travel and holidays are no longer possible for many people. Fortunately, in Virtual Reality it is possible to go to new places. And all you need for this is VR glasses and an internet connection. In this article we make a selection of the best VR travel experiences so that you can enjoy the most beautiful places even during the total lockdown.

  • The Best VR headsets Of 2020

    What the best VR glasses are, of course, largely depends on your gaming set-up. Do you have a powerful VR PC? Then it is smart to choose a VR PC headset. But if you don't have Computer at all, you might want to opt for Standalone VR glasses, such as the Oculus Quest.

  • How To Use A VR Headset Corona Proof?

    Especially in this time it is extra important to pay attention to the hygienic actions you perform when you are playing with a Virtual Reality glasses. We are therefore happy to give you a number of tips that ensure that you can always offer a hygienic solution for using your Virtual Reality headset!

  • 10 Ways To Use VR At School

    Many people think of gaming when they think of Virtual Reality. But there is so much more to do in the virtual world than just gaming! Virtual Reality makes it possible, among other things, to travel to different places, live in a different time and see special things up close. And all this within the convenience of the classroom.

  • Feel Virtual Reality with bHaptics!

    Anyone who has seen Steven Spielberg's movie 'Ready Player One' dreams of a Virtual Reality suit that will immerse you completely in the virtual world. Because how great is it if you don't just see the Virtual Reality; but also feels?! with grabbing the haptic feedback from bhaptics makes this a reality.

  • Complete VR Glasses Overview (2020)

    In 2020 there are so many Virtual Reality glasses on the market that it may be difficult to choose glasses. In this blog, we therefore explain which VR glasses are currently available and what the advantages and disadvantages of these glasses are.

  • Cleaning and maintenance of VR glasses

    Cleaning and keeping your VR headset clean will make the glasses & Controllers last longer. But what is the best way to clean a VR headset? And how do you keep the Controllers clean? In this blog we explain all the ins-and-outs of cleaning and maintaining your VR headset!

  • Best Games with HTC VIVE Tracker Support

    With many Virtual Reality games you only use VR glasses and the Controllers. When you see in the virtual world, you only see your hands. And this is actually a shame, because a large part of your body is missing. By adding your body Virtual Reality suddenly becomes a lot more realistic. You can do this by adding an HTC VIVE Tracker 2.0 to your HTC VIVE or VIVE Pro kit. But beware, not all games support full-body tracking.

  • Educational VR Apps & Games For Schools

    Today, Virtual Reality is more accessible than ever. You only need VR glasses (available from €19.95) and you can immediately - often even for free - get started with showing educational Virtual Reality applications!

  • The Scariest VR Horror Games Of 2019

    Virtual Reality games are getting better and more realistically developed. Because of the hyper-realistic graphics VR is sometimes almost indistinguishable from the real thing. That realism of course provides the perfect basis for horror games! Because what could be scarier than being chased by horror clowns in a first-person VR environment...

  • Ways Companies Can Bet VR

    Virtual Reality (VR) started as an idea to put yourself in the gaming world. The aim of this was to simulate the most immersive experience possible, but at the same time to have as much fun as possible while playing. Meanwhile, the development of VR has come so far that it goes much further than just gaming.

  • Pimax Visiting Unbound XR

    Pimax is a technology company specializing in Virtual Reality hardware and software products. Pimax is currently one of the largest VR hardware manufacturers in the Chinese market. In 2016, the first product, the Pimax 4K Virtual reality glasses, was released, becoming the first commercially available 4K glasses...

  • VR Experience & Experience Games

    Virtual Reality you have to experience. And what better way to do that than by playing some VR experience games? A VR experience game is a game where there is not so much a goal in the game itself, but the goal is to experience the game. A well-known example of this is Richie's Plank. In this VR game you step into a lie and you are taken to the top floor of a tall building.

  • VR Puzzle & Escape Room Games

    Live-Action Escape Rooms offer a real experience where the player tries to escape from a room with all kinds of hidden puzzles. This offers a very nice experience for team building or parties, for example, because you with your team tries to escape from a room together.

  • Examples Of Virtual Reality In Sports

    The 'old-fashioned' view of physical sports is declining due to the changing behavior in younger generations. Today there are fewer people who watch a sports game on television. Instead, people go to websites like Facebook and Twitter to view just the highlights. The growing popularity of eSports is also causing a decline in the interest of physical sports.

  • Free VR Smartphone Apps & Games

    Virtual Reality is becoming more and more accessible. You really don't need an extreme game Computer or high-end VR Glasses to experience virtual Reality. A simple VR Glasses and smartphone is often enough to gain a nice VR experience. A lot of games can already be found in the App Store and Google Play Store. In this blog we would like to give you some tips to get started in the mobile VR world.

  • VR tracking Explained (3 DoF vs. 6 DoF)

    There are several factors that determine whether a VR Glasses is right for you or not. Consider, for example, the resolution of the glasses or the field of view. But also the way of tracking can distinguish a VR Glasses. Some headsets you can set up right away and start playing with right away, while you have with other headsets to set up a complicated setup.

  • VR Desktop Or Laptop Choice

    Read all about choosing the right VR Computer or laptop in this blog! What should you pay attention to when choosing your new Computer and what is a good video card? This and more in this blog.

  • Start with a VR Arcade? That's how you do that!

    Starting a Virtual Reality arcade is a dream for many entrepreneurs. Virtual Reality finally seems to have the future of entertainment. But you will probably have noticed that there are an awful lot of preconditions involved in starting a company. In this blog we would therefore like to explain the main points that a VR Arcade must meet.

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    Do you want to start a VR arcade, fill a business space with VR or just make a good setup for your VR system? Then we are happy to help you on your way! In this blog we explain how you can best place your VR equipment and we give some handy tips for doing this.

  • VR Action & Adventure Games

    VR games keep getting better and better. Good news for the VR gamers! Not only do the games get better graphically, but the gameplay also improves with by leaps and bounds. To help you get started in the wide range of VR games, we highlight our favorite VR action and adventure games in this blog!

  • What are the differences between VR, AR and MR?

    What is the difference between Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality and augmented reality? Read it in our VR Blog about Virtual, mixed and Augmented Reality & applications of the headsets.

  • What Is Virtual Reality (VR)?

    Virtual Reality (VR) is, as the name suggests, a virtual world. By means of two screens in front of your eyes, VR software creates a 3D image that makes you feel like you are in a digital world. But unlike a 'normal' digital world, you really put yourself in the world. So you are in the middle of the action!

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