The redesigned Sony Morpheus VR headset fits better on your head, has a better screen, and its demos are more compelling.
CNET visits Sony to learn how game developer Ready at Dawn borrowed techniques and technology from the movie industry to create a more realistic gaming experience.
Though it could use some polish, the SP360 lets you capture 360-degree video as well as regular full HD video and is small and light enough to mount just about anywhere.
Is a statue of Yoda Force-sensitive? Do wax figures lose as many limbs as patrons at the Mos Eisley Cantina? Madame Tussauds in London will let fans visit a galaxy far, far away.
First it was "Sharknado" -- now Philips Hue is shining its lights on time travel.
The company unveils TouchSense Engage, which uses touch feedback technology to simulate the roar of a crowd or the boom of an explosion.
Break out your avocado-colored bell bottoms. For a $300 ticket you can experience Pan Am first-class with cocktails, dining and hat-wearing stewardesses.
Immersion's TouchSense "haptic" technology allows users to experience a sense of touch when playing games or typing on a flat touchscreen.
The Owls Are Not What They Seem dining and bar experience promises to give "Twin Peaks" fans the kind of evening worthy of writing about in Laura Palmer's diary.
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