Black Mirror's 'Striking Vipers' is a Skin-Deep Exploration of VR Sex
Netflix's fifth season of 'Black Mirror' follows two best friends who find their relationship complicated by a virtual reality game.
The Problem with Sex Tech
Smart vibrators are becoming more versatile as VR becomes more intimate, so why aren't more people using them?
Can AI Sex Toys Really Learn What We Like?
The fantasy of a high tech lover who anticipates your needs before you’re aware of them is still a long way off.
'Astro Bot' Is a Nintendo Quality Platformer That's Also a VR Stunner
Wipe the dust off your VR headset, put the cables in the right spot, and spend some time with the game engineered to make you smile.
This Virtual Reality Dog Could Prevent Dog Bites
As players get closer, the dog shows anxiety and aggression through body language.
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Is Virtual Reality About to Transform the Way We Experience Live Music?
I stood in a small room with a headset and felt like I was on stage with Fall Out Boy. Kind of.
Make Your Own Wireless VR By Just Wearing the Whole Dang Computer
Erika Ishii and Teagan Morrison turned an HTC Vive and a gaming laptop into a wireless VR backpack.
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The VR Experience That Might Make You Less Afraid to Die
Virtual reality can create an out-of-body experience, but can it also reduce the fear of death?
There's Only One Way to Safely See This Fukushima Art Show
Though an exhibition in Fukushima, Japan features work by Trevor Paglen, Taryn Simon, and Ai Weiwei, no one's allowed to visit.
Meet the Doctor Sharing POV Videos of Surgical Procedures on Snapchat
Dr. Shafi Ahmed says the videos are a way to offer medical students in the developing world a chance to observe life-saving surgical procedures.
Murder in VR Should Be Illegal
Virtual reality is here—and with it, perhaps, the possibility of the complete physical experience of killing someone, without harming a soul
How the Dearly Departed Could Come Back to Life
Simulations can be thought of as the next step in the evolution of bereavement.
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