Having seen through the eyes of Sadako, we can now definitively say: Yes, the hair is a huge nuisance.
So that’s what the obi is really for!
Simulated sex demonstration in Akihabara definitely needed a bigger venue.
Developer shows off ambitious fan project in preview video.
Just be sure you’re wearing proper 19th-century attire – you don’t want to get any funny looks.
If you’ve got a Vive or Rift at home, you’ll want to stop what you’re doing right now and start downloading!
Two of RocketNews24’s VR virgins get to grips with virtual reality—but does the new technology live up to the hype?
Stare at a cute anime girl who’d be happy to get an eyeful of your earwax.
A demo event was held on April 3 recreating the world of the visual novel Muv-Luv.
Videos show players playing demo that includes bazaar environment, combat.
Here’s how much real-world money it’ll cost you to play in Sony’s virtual video game domain.
Whether or not it turns out to be the game-changer we’re hoping for, 2016 will be the year of virtual reality. Unfortunately, some people will be finding out the hard way how intense this new technology can be…
A Japanese startup is working with Bandai Namco to rework the classic arcade game into an immersive virtual reality experience—using a touch-control VR headset that will cost under US$20.
Ai Shinozaki, one of Japan’s hardest-working models, extends some VR hospitality.
The J-Pop star joins the ranks of such musicians as Michael Jackson with new limited-edition USJ theme park ride. Now there’s a sentence I never thought I’d write.
Last week we took a look at a new brand of instant curry on sale in Japan that includes a DVD of a sexy model who pretends to be your girlfriend as you eat it. Now, who’s ready for some dessert?
In Japan, it’s not a proper Christmas Eve without a romantic date and some cake, so unattached anime fans will be thrilled to know that one of the industry’s most popular voice actresses is available for a dessert date this year. The only catch?
The date takes place in virtual reality.
Virtual reality is a huge topic in the news right now, and with the many VR headsets to be released soon, we imagine the topic will only get hotter. Of course, gamers aren’t the only ones excited about the technology, and plenty of university students have taken a shine to the options virtual reality provides.
The International collegiate Virtual Reality Contest started in 1993, and since then it’s been one of Japan’s best places to find virtual reality project made by students from Japan and abroad. What you might not expect though is just how odd some of these projects can be, with everything from simulated pants wetting to simulated creepy ear whispering.
As ridiculously excited as we are about virtual reality and gaming, there are still a few sticking points such as how we’ll navigate these non-physical worlds. Right now, the main methods are either controllers or walking around a room—both are great for general controls, but what about reaching out and actually touching someone? Well, we’re not quite there yet, but Japanese company H2L may have the solution we’re looking for.
Only two days after posting their US$20,000 Kickstarter campaign, they’ve already achieved over 150 percent of their funding goal (over $34,000 at the time of writing). And when you see why people are so excited about backing this product, there’s a good chance you’ll be next in line to pledge!