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Entry VR

Entry Virtual Reality or EVR is the most basic level of VR immersion. Entry VR typically takes a standard Mac or PC, and uses a WoW based system through a computer monitor. EVR requires very little investment to set up, but is limited in immersion.

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World Review: Google Lively
World Review: Google Lively welcome screen
Lively is Google's foray into the industry of VR creation. A disappointing first entry, but an entry never the less.
 
Rating 53.5
 




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(24/12/2009)
Intel Corporation announced new Intel Atom processors today that feature integrated graphics built directly into the CPU, enabling improved performance and smaller, more energy-efficient designs in a new generation of netbooks and Atom-base...


(20/10/2008)
In an interview conducted by IGN, with Mark Jacobs, VP and GM of Mythic Entertainment, he had much to say about the MMO industry, and success rates within it.

IGN: What's your general assessment of the MMO...


(06/09/2013)
One-time entry authentication methods, such as passwords, iris scanners and fingerprint recognition are fine for simple entry whether to a protected building or a private web page. But, a continuous biometric system is needed in some circum...


(22/10/2003)
Jabberwacky,the UK entry to the Loebner Prize for human-like communication, and the first to use the power of tens of thousands of real users online, to create its very understanding of how to talk, came third in the world, in this Turing-T...


(26/01/2005)
Nokia phones based on the single-chip solution will target the entry-level mobile phone market in high-growth regions such as India and China. This approach to chip design applies digital technology to simplify radio frequency processing, w...