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Welcome to the Virtual Reality Wiki
The Virtual Reality Compendium by the players, for the players.

We currently have 9,178 articles.

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Publishing platforms for VR games, demos, and software.


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Consoles with VR-capable headset accessories.


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What is VR/AR?

Virtual Reality Gaming is at the forefront of a new gaming revolution. Players can insert themselves directly into the game, utilizing special stereoscopic headsets and custom controllers, enjoying first-hand everything the game has to offer. Some virtual reality setups, such as the HTC Vive, utilizing whole-room tracking technology, calculating player positions using a serious of "lighthouses". Other solutions, such as the Oculus Rift, focus more on a "sit down" style of VR experiences, utilizing mainstream controllers, as well as keyboard and mouse, to navigate areas.

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Virtual Reality is no longer limited to the PC, however! With new devices like the Playstation VR, virtual reality has come to consoles as well - with competition like the Xbox VR rumored to be just around the corner! And for mobile gamers, solutions abound - Samsung Gear VR, Google Cardboard, and Google Daydream are all mobile solutions being developed by their respective developers to allow mobile gamers true virtual reality experiences.
Virtual Reality is Here
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