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InfinitEye 210° FOV VR Headset Demonstrated On Linux

Road To VR visited the InfinitEye team to review and try out their in-development dual screen, high FOV head mounted display (HMD), which was being demoed from a Linux machine.

Team Fortress 2 Gains VR Support On Linux

Team Fortress 2 the amazingly successful F2P FPS from Valve now has official Virtual Reality support on Linux!

Steam Controller Demonstration

So you wanted to see how the Steam Controller works? Look no further! Valve has release a video showing it used in multiple games.

Raspberry Pi Support Has Landed In SDL2

Good news if you are a Raspberry Pi fan as SDL2 now supports it, which does mean technically in future more games could work on it.

Valve Announces New Controller For SteamOS, Steam Controller

Valve has unveiled the final announcement and it's a controller and it's a very peculiar looking device.

AMD Announces Mantle Graphics API

So AMD has announced a low level graphics API that will be cross platform (no actual platforms stated yet though). This will make things very interesting that's for sure.

Valve Announces Steam Machines, You Can Win One Too

Valve have announced SteamOS, their own operating system based on Debian Linux that will be placed on a variety of gaming machines due for release in 2014.

Oculus Rift First Impressions and Official Linux Support

A couple of days ago, version 0.2.3 of the official SDK for the Oculus Rift was released with Linux support, and I thought now would be a good time to put together a belated unboxing/first impressions video.

Alienware X51 deploying with Ubuntu!

It's the Alienware X51. No doubt it will come to many as a shock, as it did to myself. It would seem Dell wants to get serious with Linux gamers, and more specifically with Ubuntu gamers. This is great news!

Oculus Rift VR Headset To Support Linux

There's currently a project on Kickstarter called the Oculus Rift, which aims to break the multi thousand price barrier for (comparatively) high resolution, consumer ready HMDs and bring in higher response time head tracking functionality.
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