10 must-see videos of the week

Hands-on with Sony's Project Morpheus, mastering the art of smartphone photography, and dunking and dribbling through the eyes of a professional NBA player.

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Sacramento Kings players Orlando Johnson, Ray McCallum, and Jason Thompson (left to right) scrimmage while wearing Google Glass. James Martin/CNET

Welcome to the weekend! We're getting you caught up with all the hottest happenings this week in CNET video right here.

Earlier this week, at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Sony unveiled its own virtual-reality PlayStation 4 headset, and for now it's called Project Morpheus. While the product is still in concept, Brian Tong was able to take this immersive reality headset for a test spin and runs down some of the early specs in our First Take.

In the latest episode of the Fix, we'll help you master the art of smartphone photography with our tips on how to take better photos, how to determine your camera's image quality and a simple and affordable solution to mount your smartphone to a tripod.

And for all you car techies out there, we're also featuring a brand new episode of CNET on Cars, where host Brian Cooley runs down his must-have apps for driving, tips on keeping your pet safe in the car, and some simple techniques and technologies that can help you parrallel park.

1. Sony's Project Morpheus Virtual Reality Headset
Brian Tong get's a hands-on with Sony's Project Morpheus VR Headset and their hopes of pushing the new medium mainstream.

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2. The Fix: How to take incredible pictures with your phone
In this episode, it's all about making the most of your smartphone camera. We show you how to determine your camera's image quality, give you insider tips on taking better photos, and feature an affordable do-it-yourself project that can be built within minutes.

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3. NBA pros wear Google Glass to give fans a new point of view
With the help of San Francisco startup CrowdOptic, NBA teams like the Sacramento Kings and San Jose Earthquakes are using Google Glass to get sports fans closer to the action. CNET's Sumi Das goes courtside for a virtual eye-to-eye with pros.

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4. CNET On Cars: Cadillac ELR: More than a souped-up Volt?
Does the Cadillac ELR fall far enough from the Volt tree? Keep your dog safe in the car, and 5 apps that are essential for the driver.

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5. Top 5: Sci-Fi inventions you don't really want
Five most awesome, unrealized inventions of science fiction that you think you want, but really aren't that practical.

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6. How -to: Shoot food photos like a pro
Sharon Vaknin shows you how to capture mouth-watering food photos using just your smartphone and a few expert tips.

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7. XCAR: 2015 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe: The Jag we've been waiting for
When the F-Type was launched last year we were only given the convertible, now the coupe truly gives us a successor to the E-type.

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8. Apple Byte: Apple's next big push will be "Healthbook"
Heath and fitness will be the focus in iOS 8 and their iWatch-a-ma-calit is going to bring it all together. Plus, our best guess on 2014 product releases and a DBH t-shirt giveaway!

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9. Tech to enhance March Madness
The NCAA's annual basketball tourney kicks off soon. You can catch many games on CBS (and partner channels TBS, TNT, and TruTV). But if you'd rather

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10. The Oculus Rift is primed for developers, but not yet ready for consumers
The version of the Oculus Rift being shown at GDC 2014 is pretty much the same one we saw at CES earlier this year, with a new camera and a new demo.

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