<p>You remember the View-Master. It's one of those iconic items that everyone owned as a child, like a Slinky, or an Etch-A-Sketch, or a bag of marbles.</p><p>You inserted the stereoscopic photo reel into the top of the View-Master, and the trigger on the side rotated the reel so you could marvel at the future through three dimensional images of places you'd never heard of. It dates back as far as 1939, and hasn't changed all that much down the years.</p><p>Until now. The View-Master is coming back thanks a new venture between Mattel and Google.</p>Cardboard-Master<p>The all-new View-Master is built using Google Cardboard technology, according to Mattel. Which, when you think about it, means it's just Google Cardboard. Or, for that matter, any other virtual reality face case that uses stereoscopic split-screen to deliver a VR image.</p><p>But View-Master promises a little more than that, and will tie itself back into its original premise using a new form of photo reel. This time they're going to be augmented reality reels. Oh yes.</p><p>In a delicious slice of marketing design work, the View-Master will take hold of your smartphone to use as a display and motion tracker, and the 'reels' - which look just like their old photo-based ancestors - will sit on the desk in front of you and activate different VR experiences.</p><p>A 3D model of the reel's subject will appear on top of the plastic disk when you look at it, and the old rotation switch will now be replaced by an activation button. It'll be used to zoom in and out, and to select options within the immersive VR tour you're taking.</p><p>The new View-Master headset is set to launch toward the back end of this year at somewhere around $30, with three-packs of reels costing $15. And, of course, the View-Master will be compatible (by default) with Cardboard and split-screen VR games and apps.</p><p>Since it's birth, over 1.5 billion View-Master reels have been sold, and Mattel now holds over 10,000 different topics in its View-Master archive. It'll be interesting to see how many of these are also revived in this first ever update to the View-Master technology.</p>A BLIND MAN was accustomed to distinguishing different animals by touching them with his hands. The whelp of a Wolf was brought him, with a request that he would feel it, and say what it was. He felt it, and being in doubt, said: "I do not quite know whether it is the cub of a Fox, or the whelp of a Wolf, but this I know full well. It would not be safe to admit him to the sheepfold."
1、<p>It looks like Samsung's Gear VR headset is set to cost £150 when it launches in the UK. That's according to a listing on the mobilefun website, where you can preorder the goggles.</p><p>Of course you'll also need a Galaxy Note 4 to strap into the stylish harness, and that's likely to cost you upwards of £500 sim free.</p><p>That sounds like quite a lot of money for the first wave of mobile VR. Especially when you can get a Google Cardboard for about a fiver.</p><p>Of course, the listing might be wrong, but £150 sounds like the sort of price point the big S would be aiming for.</p><p>There's no word on a release date yet, but we'll let you know as soon as someone else lets us know.</p>bit-techTank Commander Mod Tank Commander 1.52 Mod Private server Features:Private serverRoll into combat from the cupola of a 30 ton tank as its commander!This is a realistic and exciting simulation of armored combat on the Western Front in 1943 and 1944. As a tank commander and platoon leader, experience heart pounding, immersive action as tracers fly and shrapnel sings around you while you lead your platoon to victory using tactics, skill and cunning.Play solo in scenarios ranging from the shores of Normandy to the heart of Germany's defense...... or play multiplayer with opponents anywhere in the world.
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1、<p>Though there's no new Apple Arcade game this week - as we've become accustomed to lately - there's still new content to be found on the subscription service. Way of the Turtle, one of the original line up of games, has now been updated.</p><p>Developers Illusion Labs are referring to this as Way of the Turtle Part 2, though it's an update to the existing game rather than a new one altogether. However, it apparently doubles the overall length of the game, so it's kind of like an entirely new entry to the series, sort of.</p>