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Nintendo in today’s Direct presentation revealed more information about its upcoming RPG games: Pokémon Sword & Shield, including the release date. It’s now official and quite uncanny for gamers, the Pokémon Sword & Shield release date is in November, in between the window Hideo Kojima gave us for the long-awaited Death Stranding and the very first single-player Star Wars releases. Considering the time-frame people could allot for a particular game, nailing it right would require some level of concentration at least for a few...
Facebook-owned Oculus unveiled the first all-in-one virtual reality (VR) headset at Oculus Connect 5. Called Oculus Quest, it is the first all-in-one VR gaming system with wireless connectivity, enabling the enthusiasts to move freely in all directions. Oculus Quest is equipped with greater features than Oculus Rift and standalone property of Oculus Go. The comprehensive headset is slated to release in spring 2019 and will be available for $399. “This is the VR experience everyone’s been waiting for,” said Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook ...
During the event of Google Pixel 2, the company had announced that they shall be launching AR stickers. That dream has finally come true for all picture lovers. Those in possession of a Pixel phone can now easily be privy to the service. Google AR stickers will include things like Foodmoji, balloons, 3D text and other festival-related stuff. Furthermore, it is also said that Pixel users shall have the opportunity to get clicked with their favorite characters from Stranger Things as well as Star Wars. Google has been trying to constan...
West coast rap legend Tupac Shakur made a ghostly re-appearance on the stage at the weed and ecstasy throbbing Coachella night in 2012, where he stunned the roaring crowd saying ‘What up Coachella?”. The shirtless Tupac Hologram that was beamed onto the stage was created by digitally piecing together using an old parlor trick, most commonly used by stage illusionists “pepper’s ghost” which dates back to the 16th century. A Canadian startup, H+ Technologies, is banking on this antediluvian fancy reflection technique to present a tiny,...