Spoilers are a fact of online life. And they’re getting harder and harder to ignore, thanks to the Internet’s always-open floodgate of information. But whose fault is this, and whose responsibility is it to stop the non-consensual spoiling?
Ever played bike-stunt videogame Trials? This moving fun-house-like course, built by Red Bull, is pretty much that game come to life. Click through to watch the full clip of stunt rider Kriss Kyle taking on its incredible challenges.
It’s got a controller that makes PC games feel like they were actually made for consoles, hardware that’s nearly as customizable as a desktop, and an OS that, while clunky, keeps you connected to the entire Steam community and Internet with a simple tap of a button.
VR is sorely lacking is an interface that lets you feel in the virtual world. Now, a startup from the University of Tokyo says it has come up with one of the world’s first video game controller that let you touch in VR. Read More >>
The basic idea was to make it easy to play CD ROMs on your television set, a curious goal that could have given the cutting edge Sega Saturn and Sony Playstation a run for their money. Except that it didn’t.
There’s a long tradition of great architects never building a single thing. They’re called paper architects, because their work is purely 2D. But today, you might look for them working somewhere else: 3D visualisation.