The annual E3 gaming expo brings much excitement and anticipation (and a sprinkling of WTF) each year and 2016 was no exception. E3 kicked off big with the Sony press conference and it definitely had excitement. As a PlayStation devotee who has invested in pre-ordering the PlayStation VR I was sitting on the edge of […]
The HTC Vive sells 15,000 units in 10 minutes but is it enough?
The Consumer grade version of the HTC Vive VR headset officially went on sale last week for $799 USD. 15,000 units sold out in 10 minutes going against the thinking that top end VR headsets are at too high a price point. While 15,000 units may sound an impressive achievement it must be noted that this is not […]
Quakescope – Quake on an oscilloscope
Quake on an oscilloscope in real-time? Could it be done? Should it be done? Yes and Yes. Lets take a look back. Old analog oscilloscope displays are monochromatic CRTs designed to display waveforms when testing electrical signals, rendering 3D first person shooters isn’t really their “thing”. How does it work? Firstly, Using the scope in X-Y mode the headphone […]
Battlefront and Brainstorming Live – Good Game
For those not familar with Good Game it is Australia’s #1 gaming show and airs weekly on the ABC. In this web only episode the GG team run through Star Wars Battlefront.