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VR Links - Issue #18

Welcome to this week's edition of VR Links! A bit quieter after the rush of all the E3 announcements

VR Links

June 24 · Issue #18 · View online
Handpicked links about virtual reality, curated by Peter Rojas.

Welcome to this week’s edition of VR Links! A bit quieter after the rush of all the E3 announcements last week, but still lots of cool stuff to check out.
As always, please get in touch if you’re working on something in VR or have a link you think I should include in next week’s edition. Also, if you like my newsletter would you mind sharing it?
P.S. - You can now follow VR Links on Twitter.

VR Randomness
Garage Drummer VR
Twilio IPO in VR
Facebook Emoji Now Used for VR Videos
So You Think You Love Earth? Wait Until You See It in VR
Exclusive Titles: Good or Bad for VR?
Oculus: Our exclusive deals are good for the VR industry
HTC exec: exclusives are a bad idea for VR
Valve offers VR developers funding to avoid platform-exclusive deals
Oculus reverses course, dumps its VR headset-checking DRM
VR Gaming...
'Batman Arkham VR' put me inside the Batsuit
Oculus Rift goes cross-platform with Samsung Gear VR
...and Non-gaming VR
Frog Designs A Distraction Device For Burn Patients In Pain
This Company is Using VR Games to Help Train Real Professional Drivers
Adobe Brings VR Video Editing Tools to Premiere Pro
How VR at Retail Stores Is Reshaping the Consumer Experience
VR Hardware
Stereolabs Wants to Bring Positional Tracking to Gear VR
Samsung's Gear 360 goes on sale in US on 'limited basis' for $350
VR Media
Scripted VR series Halcyon gets launch date
The Business of VR
Atari Co-Founder Nolan Bushnell Speaks on Virtual Reality Trends
Mapping the Israeli Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Startup Landscape
VR Optimism
Why Virtual Reality Will Be the Most Social Computing Platform Yet
VR Pessimism
Tripping Down a Virtual Reality Rabbit Hole
VR & Storytelling
The struggle to adapt storytelling for virtual reality
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