How consumers are about to revolutionize casual gaming. Again.

Something finally hit me like a ton of bricks. We’ve been here before. How many of you remember what the gaming ecosystem looked like in 2007? There were consoles, PC gaming, Macs were practically a no-show except for “light” games, and mobile gaming was ports of 8 bit gaming engines and evolved versions of snake. … Read more How consumers are about to revolutionize casual gaming. Again.

New to the Oculus Go? Here are 10 apps to get you started.

So you just picked up one of the best consumer devices in recent years, the Oculus Go (see my review here), and you’re wondering what to do. I’ve assembled a list of 10 things that will show you the opportunity of the platform, and hopefully they’ll inspire you to explore the store. Without further ado… … Read more New to the Oculus Go? Here are 10 apps to get you started.

Wireless consumer VR: slip it on and Go. Anywhere.

It’s been several days now with the Oculus Go. I find that I’m spending time in it… many hours per day. It’s quite a device for a $199 entry point. Add a decent pair of headphones and the value is pretty unreal. Keep in mind, this is $199, –> all in. <– No PC required, … Read more Wireless consumer VR: slip it on and Go. Anywhere.

Work in Virtual Reality is a once in a lifetime opportunity

Virtual Reality (VR) is improving the way humans interact. It’s creating human scale relationships, new forms of work, and opportunity. The early days of VR were research (funded by the military), big business, health, and science. The latest generation is about intense immersive gaming – sweat, fatigue, adrenaline, and anxiety all present. The experiences are … Read more Work in Virtual Reality is a once in a lifetime opportunity

The home theater of the future is smaller and faster

Drop by any consumer electronics store, and see what TVs are selling best. According to the CEA (Consumer Electronics Association) “Sales of super-sized TVs are up 50 percent in the past year, as prices on behemoth flat panels have dropped.” The 65 inch range is great, and, in fact is what we have in the … Read more The home theater of the future is smaller and faster