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10/30/2015 1:24 AM
Novus on DotNetRocks
We talk about developing VR apps using Microsoft .NET with DotNetRocks.
Posted by Matthew

As you may have already guessed we love talking about virtual reality here at Novus Res. We are lucky enough to spend a good portion of each day making VR applications so it is nice to stop every now and again to spend some time spreading the word

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10/23/2015 12:23 AM
Talking VR with CraftyMuso
We talk with Andrew from CraftyMuso about music and virtual reality.
Posted by Matthew

We love talking about virtual reality and the other day we sat with Andrew Collingwood, founder and creator of CraftyMuso.com to talk about virtual rea

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10/13/2015 1:15 PM
Novus VR at the Adelaide Fringe
Novus is pleased to announce that it will be showing VR at the 2016 Adelaide Fringe.
Posted by Matthew

The Adelaide Fringe has just announced that it will be running the Digital Playground as part of the 2016 Fringe Festival. Novus is very pleased to announce that we will be part of this event and will be providing home grown virtual reality e

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8/26/2015 11:12 AM
Reducing Sickness in VR
Six things you can do as VR developers to help reduce VR sickness
Posted by Matthew

Motion sickness induced by virtual reality experiences is a real thing and there is plenty of documentation and discussion about it on the web. If you are keen to learn more simply do a Google search for VR Sickness.

We’ve held many demonstr

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8/24/2015 5:35 PM
Novus at SimTecT 2015
Promoting VR at the annual simulation industry conference in Adelaide.
Posted by Matthew

We had a thoroughly enjoyable week attending the 2015 SimTecT conference in Adelaide last week. SimTect is an annual conference for the simulation industry in the Asia Pacific covering simulation across a variety of industries from defence to educ

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8/24/2015 2:35 PM
Content is key to VR Success
People will buy VR headsets but without good content they won’t keep using them.
Posted by Matthew

Great technology in itself is not enough to make a new product successful. 3D TV is a great recent example. An interesting concept with some cool underlying technology if you’re into that sort of thing. It seems however that 3D TV is dying with ma

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