All Articles by Russell Holly

Everything you need to know about WebVR

There's a unique kind of VR experience that can be shared across many different headsets, and it's getting more interesting every day.

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AltSpace might not be dead, but there are still great alternatives for Social VR

After its early demise was announced earlier this summer, Altspace appears to be back for good. However, there are still great alternatives to discover.

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Are all Windows Mixed Reality headsets created equal?

We've not got two of the fabled Windows Mixed Reality headsets to play with, so it's time to see how they stack up against one another.

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War Robots VR Review: A taste of something ridiculously fun

It's just barely enough to get you excited, but War Robots VR takes the popular mobile game and delivers on the in-cockpit experience spectacularly.

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VR Pods are the cool new VR thing we found this week

Everyone is seeing VR pop up in new and interesting places all over the world. Here's the latest discovery we've made.

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These are the best apps for your Merge Cube

Merge Cube is great fun for kids and adults, but the apps really sell the experience. Here are our favorites!

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How to get Daydream on your Galaxy S8

Google and Samsung have updated the Galaxy S8 to support Daydream VR. Are you ready to get it on your VR headset? Here's what you need!

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Here's everywhere you can pick up a Merge Cube today

The shockingly cheap accessory from the people behind the Merge VR headset is available now, and if you want to get your hands on one now there's only one place to go.

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This $15 block of foam is the best AR kit you can buy today

It turns out you don't need a new phone or a big software update to have some great fun with AR. You just need a $15 block of foam and a couple of apps.

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Dealing with Daydream Controller issues

Google's Daydream View controller adds a lot to the Daydream VR experience, but if it misbehaves you're going to need to do some quick troubleshooting.

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Everything you need to get started with Windows Mixed Reality

It'll be a while before headsets are shipping, but now is the perfect time to make sure you have everything you need to be ready for the launch of Windows Mixed Reality.

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Every Voice Command you can use in Star Trek: Bridge Crew

A good Captain has an authoritative voice and knows how to keep cool in an intense situation. It also helps to have a list of commands that your AI crew members will follow no matter what.

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How to manually enable Daydream on phones Google has not approved

Google has a specific list of Android phones they've determined are good enough to run Daydream, but if your phone isn't on the list there may be a way to get around this limitation.

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How to take the best Cardboard Camera photos

Google's Cardboard Camera app gives you a quick way to take VR photos with your phone, but making sure those photos are high enough quality to share often requires a little extra work. Here are some tips for success!

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HTC Vive Deluxe Audio Strap: Should you buy it?

HTC now offers an alternative to the flexible head strap included with your HTC Vive, but you'll be paying a bit for the upgrade.

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The least painful way to set up HTC Vive Lighthouses!

Those little boxes that came with your HTC Vive are important, and how you set them up can dramatically change your gameplay.

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The Ultimate Guide to Star Trek: Bridge Crew

Star Trek: Bridge Crew is an incredible adventure to be played with three other people, and this is how you get the most out of that experience!

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What was your favorite E3 announcement?

All of the big E3 announcements are out in the open now, and what a lineup! Share which is your favorite with us.

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Star Trek: Bridge Crew — Saving the most people on the Kobiyashi Maru

There's an achievement for saving 120 people from the Kobiyashi Maru, and this is how you get it done.

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Star Trek: Bridge Crew - How to run the whole bridge on your own

Solo gameplay in Star Trek: Bridge Crew is possible, but it can be a little stressful if not done correctly.

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