Virtual reality (VR) is well into its adolescent years, but there is still plenty to learn about this wild new world of entertainment and connectivity. With that, we're excited to present, in partnership with Oculus, TechRadar's VR Month.
This is a special content series of 19 articles that we'll publish throughout this month all about VR. You'll see articles covering everything from how to set it up, which games to buy and what it's like as a method for connecting with friends and family – to name a few topics.
- Our sister site PC Gamer is hosting its own VR Month! (opens in new tab)
VR Month is our chance to thoroughly introduce you to this new frontier in technology as it begins to hit critical mass in the public consciousness. VR is more accessible than ever, with new headsets not even requiring a connected PC.
So, this is a better time to jump in than any. Let us help you do just that – all December long – with VR Month. Here's everything we've published so far for VR Month, updated every day:
- 12/21: How to chat with friends on Facebook with Oculus
- 12/20: Multiplayer gaming in VR: what’s it like?
- 12/19: How to set up Oculus Go from scratch
- 12/18: How to set up Oculus Rift from scratch
- 12/17: The best VR apps for education
- 12/16: The scariest VR horror games to date
- 12/15: The best multiplayer VR games
- 12/14: VR films: the future of cinema?
- 12/13: The best VR movies: experience the next era of storytelling
- 12/12: The best VR games and apps for kids and teens
- 12/11: The best Oculus Go games for newcomers
- 12/10: When is it safe to buy kids a VR headset?
- 12/10: Where to find games for Oculus Rift
- 12/7: Oculus Rift vs Oculus Go: what’s the difference?
- 12/6: How to build a VR-ready PC for less than $700
- 12/5: The best PC VR games for beginners
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