Commentary: CBS Interactive's David Voltz describes how VR technology creates a dreamlike experience for him.
At Nvidia's developer conference, high-tech company Eyeris demonstrated how its Emovu Driver Monitor System can detect your emotions from your facial expressions and how your car can respond.
The hero of Quantum Break explains how the game blends interactive and live-action elements, and why it's unlike anything you've ever played before.
Commentary: Ok, so I have no idea what being a rock star actually feels like, but you get the idea.
A teaser trailer for "Lego Batman" gives fans a heartfelt look at Wayne Manor, plus epic team-ups with Superman and Wonder Woman in the movie due out in 2017.
The Scion FR-S may have transformed into the Toyota 86, but it's not likely to be any less fun, especially with more power.
Tech goes hand-in-hand with sci-fi/fantasy/superhero culture at the first Comic Con hosted in Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak's hometown of San Jose, California.
For Lucasfilm's experimental laboratory ILMxLAB, the future of entertainment and storytelling will be immersive, using virtual reality and augmented reality to bring fans into the action.
A prototype from Samsung's Creative Lab tries to make virtual reality a more full-body experience by sending an electrical signal to your inner ear.
Interfacing directly with someone's nerves, the device allows an amputee to distinguish between rough and smooth.