One way or another, we have talked about almost every well known head mounted display currently in development, but the time has arrived for another great contestant to get its feature article, this time walking into the unknown territory of HTC Vive.
The technology works like so: light is directed through a liquid crystal grid in the same fashion that an LCD television displays images. The beam divides and then reforms on the opposite side, carrying the calculations with it. The process happens at the speed of light. This technology is exciting because it uses very little electricity while boosting performance by a large margin.
With so much riding on the ultimate performance of Fallout 4 , the last few months have been a busy and exciting time for Bethesda’s PR and Marketing boss Pete Hines. was in Germany a few weeks ago and had the opportunity to catch up with Hines on a number of intriguing subjects pertaining to Bethesda. We hope you enjoy the following Q&A from our time with Pete.
You start tied to a chair in a manky, dirty basement, with another man tied up on the floor next to you. You can look around but have limited view – behind you especially as you’re tied to a chair. It’s very Saw or Hostel and quite frankly petrifying. We thoroughly enjoyed it (no spoilers here as you might get to have a go yourself some time) and although we mostly smiled through the showing, others screamed.
As always this is meant as a study guide, I welcome any comments and questions. Of course there are no classes (Not in Ireland anyway..that I know of) which look at shows like South Park, however, it is a good cultural construct that could be utilized advice in classes on Postmodernism, Media, Satire and even Critical and Cultural theory. I have linked various articles, explanations and videos throughout the guide (highlighted in blue) so I hope these help to create a wider and more varied argument.
Xbox, Playstation and Gamecube all make games that connect to compatible exercise equipment. The games usually are racing games focusing on speed and steering. As in other built-in games, you steer in the game through the handles of the exercise equipment, and you build speed in the game by moving faster on the equipment. CatEye makes several stationary bikes that are compatible with Xbox, Playstation or Gamecube systems. Kilowatt makes a strength-training machine that also connects to these gaming systems.