Oculus Go Review

Oculus Go Review

Strap your face into the future! They’ve finally done it. The Oculus Go could very well become the blueprint for VR headsets moving forward. Experts agree the device undeniably allows more casual consumers to enter the market and enjoy the wonders of virtual reality. That’s some mighty fine work right there and the Oculus Go is only a stepping stone for the more robust Oculus Quest set to be released later in the year. The virtual reality marketplace just got a whole lot bigger but why are people responding so…

Oculus Rift Review

Oculus Rift Review

Good things come to those who wait. As top hardware developers continue to offer discounts and incremental improvements, the Oculus Rift continues to be the standard in premium virtual reality on the PC. While the controllers and the accurate room-scale help distinguish the VIVE, ease-of-access, intuitive controls and the software behind the Oculus have made it a favorite for PC users. No matter what camp you fall into, VIVE or Oculus the difference often comes down to the types of VR experiences you’re looking for as we wait for the next generation…

Google Daydream View Review

Google Daydream View Review - FalseDogs

Soft, compact and affordable…am I still describing a headset here? The Google Daydream View was a breath of fresh air for many upon its release in late 2016. Finally, more people with Android phones could dive deep into the depths of virtual reality. Most early adopters of VR assumed that Google would be driving much of the early innovation and technology due to the release of the Google Cardboard. Samsung has dominated much of the mobile VR market with the Gear VR, but the Daydream introduces more people to the…

Google Cardboard Review

Google Cardboard Review - FalseDogs

Every great journey begins with a single step… It’s difficult to talk about the current VR landscape without acknowledging the influence of the Cardboard. It seemed only fitting to share our own Google Cardboard Review. Right out of the gates, people were clamoring to grab a Cardboard and try VR for the first time. This was Google’s first headset and its made from you guessed it, cardboard. The Google Cardboard is fitted with lenses and a head strap and requires a compatible smartphone. Upon the release of the Cardboard, virtual reality was…