Before You Buy a VR Helmet for Your Smart Phone…

I cannot believe we live in an age with the audacity to bring back a technology that was cool in the early 90’s. I remember going to an arcade where a boy was strapped into a VR headset, surrounded by a mini guard rail and standing on a platform. He looked so cool. The game…

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Review: Steam Controller

Producer: Valve Gadget: Steam Controller Compatible: Steam OS Price: $49 Review For those of us who prefer the monstrous selection of PC gaming and have the cash to buy a rig that can support it there is the Steam OS, which means that most likely you had to buy a used wired Xbox 360 controller…

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VR: Why Be Me?

***Article is reprinted with author’s full permission from colbybryant.com*** The “Year of VR” If you aren’t keeping up with current products, societally, we are on the cusp of two new developments within the realms of cutting edge technology. The two buzzwords we read about are “wearable tech,” with a focus on enabling increased efficiency in…

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Review: Samsung Galaxy 9.7 Tab A w/ S Pen

I finally have the solution to my drawing problems. It comes in the form of a 9.7 inch tablet. Using Wacom writing technology, all my art can be made digital, colorful and as wide as my imagination. The age of digital art is here and the Samsung 9.7 tab with S pen will at least…

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Review: Trenro PS4 Edge Thumb Grips

When a fellow staff member first told me about Trenro and their PlayStation 4 thumb grips, I was intrigued. A smaller company, almost “indie” in feel, producing and selling video game peripherals typically sounds like a recipe for disaster. I can’t help but think how much I loathed Pelican peripherals back in the day. Still,…

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