Step into a virtual reality with the Oculus Rift Video
Technology can be hard to understand unless it's put into context. Such is the case with today's 404 episode, where we'll talk about the Oculus Rift VR headset and the Internet Archive's historical software collection.
Scott Stein reveals a secret augmented reality view for the Yelp app for the iPhone 3GS.
An artist combs public places for gum, hair, and cigarette butts and then 3D-prints portraits of the unsuspecting people who've left their DNA behind. Plus, we take a look at a laser-powered flashlight, and get our heads chopped off in an app for the Oculus Rift head-mounted display.
At CES 2010, Scott Stein checks out the M11X, a thin-and-light gaming laptop from Alienware.
At CES 2012 Scott Stein takes shows us the Razer Blade gaming laptop, which sports a fancy customizable touchpad.
CNET's Bridget Carey takes a look at the virtual reality and motion capture technology Ford uses to design cars. The tech was on display during a New York art exhibit for the 2013 Ford Fusion.
At CES 2010, Scott Stein checks out Lenovo's hybrid Netbook-detachable tablet, the IdeaPad U1 Hybrid.
When playing a first-person shooter onscreen isn't enough, try on Trimersion's virtual reality rig to really get in the game.
This week on preGAME, we bring in fellow CNET editor Scott Stein to help us take a look at all the stealthy goodness Splinter Cell: Conviction has to offer. We'll chat with Scott about all the week's gaming news and check out a brand-new trailer for Gears of War 3, which is due out in April 2011.
"Pacific Rift" is the follow-up to the original PlayStation 3 launch game "MotorStorm." This time around, gamers are treated not just to an amazing racing experience, but also to twice the number of tracks compared with the original. Also, localized multiplayer has been added in addition to a robust online racing experience. "MotorStorm: Pacific Rift" crashes into stores October 28 exclusively for PlayStation 3.