Horizon sounds an awful lot like Ready Player One, which isn't the most encouraging note to strike.
If you've got Oculus Rift or Quest, you ought to try this.
Facebook has figured out a way for the Oculus Quest's built-in cameras to track your hands without any additional hardware.
Making VR content is hard, and very few people have the expertise or tools to design their own VR experiences.
Looks like Facebook and its “family of apps” has experienced yet another crash.
This new VR game is a fun, fascinating adventure that gives Star Wars fans a chance to experience their favourite franchise in a brand new way.
Going wire-free makes all the difference.
A bit like the jokes you used to get on lolly sticks, only existentially terrifying instead.
Room scale VR, without cables all around the perimeter.
The rift is healed.
Now, Oculus Go and Gear VR users can report harassment from within apps and games.
The real interesting thing will be seeing how Facebook approaches VR in future.
Just what is powering the "all in one VR experience we've all been waiting for"?
Facebook thinks it has something to solve some of VR’s big issues.
Facebook actually gets a win for once.