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Iron Man’s ‘Learning to Fly’ breaks down what it means to be inside the suit

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Developers from Camouflaj talk about what they did to bring Iron Man’s suit to life in upcoming PSVR-exclusive Iron Man VR, which is coming this year. A few months ago, I was able to go hands-on with Iron Man at a big PSVR preview event. Notably, flying felt fantastic and really nailed a sense of exhilirating movement through the air without making me feel sick at all. Later on the developers talked about their “black magic” tricks to get that feeling good with 360 tracking despite only having one sensor on PSVR and now they’re back with more details. In a YouTube video titled “Learning to Fly” embedded above and a PS blog post, members of the development team discuss how they tried to nail that feeling of what it means to be…
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Microsoft joins the XR Association, which promotes responsible AR/VR development

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The XR Association, or XRA, now counts Microsoft among its membership, joining founding members Google, Facebook, Sony, HTC Vive, and Samsung. The trade association represents the shared interests of key companies enabling augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies. Microsoft’s Heidi Holman, assistant general counsel, will represent the company on the group’s board. The XRA lists its purpose as promoting “responsible development and adoption of AR and VR globally with best practices, dialogue across stakeholders, and research” while serving “as a resource for researchers, policymakers, and partners across the XR industry.” The group published a comprehensive starter’s guide, the XR Primer, which includes an overview of best practices for developers just getting started with VR or AR work. The 38-page document also provides clear breakdowns and diagrams explaining the range of enabling…
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GamesBeat Decides 120: Fire Emblem or Marvel

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The summer is still slow for news on the GamesBeat Decides podcast. But on this week’s episode, we’ve got plenty of coverage of the monthly NPD report. We also talk about a law firm’s potential class-action lawsuit against Nintendo and more. First, however, we dive into a lot of games. GamesBeat PC gaming editor Jeffrey Grubb is digging the Advance Wars-like Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble. He’s also trying to improve his shooter skills with the help of a program called Aim Lab. PC guest post editor Rowan Kaiser joins the show to talk about the comfortable grind of Mortal Kombat 11, the latest update to Oxygen Not Included, along with his love for Total War: Three Kingdoms. But reviews editor Mike Minotti provides the big showdown this week with…
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Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with Korean IME improvements

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Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 preview with Korean IME improvements. The update bumps Windows 10 from build 18936 (made available to testers on July 10) to build 18941. These builds are from the 20H1 branch, which represents the Windows 10 update that will arrive in the first half of next year. Windows 10 is being developed as a service, meaning it receives new features on a regular basis. Microsoft has released seven major updates so far: November Update, Anniversary Update, Creators Update, Fall Creators Update, April 2018 Update, October 2018 Update, and May 2019 Update. This build brings an updated version of the Korean IME that is more secure, reliable, and more beautiful to look at. If you write in Hanja, there is a new candidate selection window…
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The Best Ethernet Cables of 2020

The Best Ethernet Cables of 2020

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If you have a networking job to do and you're looking for the best Ethernet cables to execute that job, then you've come to the right place. Picking out the best Ethernet cables is sometimes difficult due to the majority of cables out there in the market. These days, they seem to be plenty of cables that claim to offer high-speed data transmission across decent lengths but after buying and using them, you'll just get frustrated. So to make this easy for our you, we've researched and tested some of these cables and came up with the very best of Ethernet cables with high-speed data transmission. Irrespective of what you're planning on doing with the cable, you'll definitely find one that suits your purpose as they all come at different…
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NZXT’s new prebuilt PCs are slick, with a friendly price

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NZXT is expanding its lineup of prebuilt PCs. The company’s BLD site, which has an option to custom-build a PC that NZXT will assemble, is offering up systems it’s calling Starter PC, Starter PC Plus, and Streamer PC. And as is standard for NZXT, you get its slick sense of style without having to pay a huge premium over assembling everything yourself. The NZXT Starter PC is a $900 machine that comes with an Nvidia GTX 1660 and the AMD Ryzen 5 2600 CPU. The $1,000 Starter PC Plus keeps the Ryzen 5 processor, but it boosts graphical performance with a faster 1660 Ti. If you jump up to the NZXT Streaming PC, you’ll get a Ryzen 7 2700X 8-core CPU and a GeForce RTX 2070 GPU, but you will…
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Tips For Printer Maintenance

Tips For Printer Maintenance

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For business, offices and even personal uses, a printer is an essential add-on to your Mac or Windows computer. Having a printer is cool but having it without knowing how to maintain it makes cool becomes cold. Therefore, to keep your printer running, there are some printer maintenance tips you need to know. From our research, we've discovered that preventive measures are way better than corrective measures. Therefore these tips for printer maintenance if followed judiciously will guaranty your printer a longer lifespan and proper functionality. So here are our tips for printer maintenance. 1. Clean The Print Head It is fundamental to clean your print head in any event once every month. Expel the cartridge and clean the head with warm water. Try not to utilize wet tissues or…
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I’m going to use Aim Lab to get good

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Video games are supposed to be fun. But I often find them frustrating and difficult, which is how I know that they are actually a real hobby like golf. And as with golf, in order to enjoy video games, you need to practice. That’s where the free tool Aim Lab comes in. It wants to help you improve your accuracy, precision, and reaction times in various first-person shooters. Aim Lab is available for free on Steam right now in Early Access. It debuted last year, but its development team has continuously updated it to improve its features. It recently got a login system that enables you to save an ongoing profile. This should help you track your progress over time. And I am very interested in progressing my aim because…
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The Best TV Antennas of 2020

The Best TV Antennas of 2020

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If you've been having troubles viewing your local stations on your TV or you've been struggling with signals, well I have good news for you. We have here the best TV antennas that offer a wide range and supports both UHF and VHF frequencies. We've tested all the TV antennas on this list and they've all been certified as the best TV antennas in the market today. Best TV Antennas Here are the best TV antennas available for grabs. Winegard FlatWave Amped FL5500A This TV antenna is best for those in areas where signal reception is very poor. However, it's not an outdoor antenna but its function is very efficient and it can scan for signals in a wide range. In addition, the Winegard FlatWave Amped FL5500A includes a signal…
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NetEase invests in Dead by Daylight maker Behaviour Interactive

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NetEase Games, the online games division of NetEase, has made a strategic investment in Dead by Daylight game creator Behaviour Interactive. The investment will enable Montreal-based Behaviour to continue to operate independently under the leadership of Rémi Racine, its president and executive producer. NetEase Games will nominate a director to Behaviour’s board. Last October, Behaviour also raised a round from China’s Gaea Interactive. “NetEase is pleased to further develop our relationship with Behaviour, an online games pioneer and a leader of the asymmetrical battle arena genre,” said Ethan Wang, vice president of NetEase. “We look forward to leveraging Behaviour’s deep passion and expertise to enhance our R&D efforts and deliver even more exciting new products to players worldwide.” NetEase Games has established itself on the global scene with successful game…
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