"Frankly I'm kind of embarrassed about our social story here but thankfully the slack's been picked up by the third parties," John Carmack said during Facebook Connect this week.
How to keep yourself entertained during the COVID-19 lockdown during National Parks Week 2020.
While controls and interfaces for virtual reality games are in their infancy, Valve Software is taking innovative approaches with its new "Half-Life" installment.
Google has teamed up with CyArk and the International Council on Monuments and Sites to digitally conserve five World Heritage Sites, including the Easter Island heads.
"Firewall Zero Hour" is a virtual reality game designed exclusively for PlayStation.
Scientists hope to insert the device into clothes.
In movies such as "Her" and "Blade Runner," science fiction has often portrayed a future in which humans engage in intimate relationships with robots or artificial intelligence.
Your selfie game is about to be out of this world.
The upcoming "Star Trek: Bridge Crew" DLC "The Next Generation" pits Jean-Luc Picard's Enterprise against the deadly Borg Cube.
Georges Méliès discovered one of the first film special effects by accident.
Facebook's two-day F8 Developer Conference kicks off this week in San Jose, California.
These items help us understand what happened at Galilee more than a thousand years ago.
If you want to experience death from the safety of your living room, and live to tell the tale, this VR experience could be for you.
The device is 20 times thinner than a single strand of hair.
The gamer unwittingly walked into the glass table because he could not see what he was doing while wearing virtual reality goggles.
Whether you're looking for a tropical getaway or a chance to sit by the ocean, this project has you covered.
By strapping on VR goggles, users can take a virtual-reality tour of the inside of a brain.
A powerful project allows survivors to "answer" questions without being present. It's like Siri if Siri were an actual human with a life story to tell.
Facebook users labeled Zuckerberg a "heartless billionaire" after he appeared as a virtual reality cartoon on the hurricane-hit island.
The VR system could help employ jobless videogamers by "game-ifying" manufacturing positions.