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Technolust, The Gallery & Many More Get Fresh Gameplay in Unity VR Montage


This week sees popular middleware provider Unity Technologies host its Unite developer conference in Boston, Massachusetts. The company has already held its keynote talk today which, as expected, placed a big emphasis on its latest engine, Unity 5, and its comprehensive support for both virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) head-mounted displays (HMDs). In fact, the company even showcased an impressive new sizzle reel, showing off a handful of the VR videogames being developed with Unity 5. That montage can now be seen below. READ MORE

New TECHNOLUST Dev Footage Shows More Vive Experiments


Last week VRFocus reported on the reveal of a new video from Iris VR, developer of the TECHNOLUST franchise, showcasing the studio’s first experiments with the HTC Vive virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD). The team was seen testing the tech with the original TECHNOLUST, which will first be arriving for the Oculus Rift on PC. Now Iris VR has released another look at its work, this time focusing on its upcoming spin-off, TECHNOLUST: Scanlines, a title that’s set to debut on both the HTC Vive on PC and Project Morpheus on PlayStation 4. READ MORE

TECHNOLUST Dev Showcases HTC Vive Development in New Video


It’s a busy time for the Iris VR’s TECHNOLUST franchise. While work on the original title continues for the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD) creator Blair Renaud has also announced a spin-off heading to both Project Morpheus and the HTC Vive in TECHNOLUST: Scanlines. Like a number of other developers, Iris VR was lucky enough to recently get its hands on the latter device, and is hard at work experimenting with it. A look at its work with the tech can now be seen in a new video below. READ MORE

Technolust Also Looking to Bring Original Title to Morpheus, Vive


Last week saw indie developer Iris VR announce a brand new virtual reality (VR) videogame for both the HTC Vive and Project Morpheus head-mounted displays (HMDs) in Technolust Scanlines. The title is a spinoff of the original Technolust, a Kickstarter project which remains in development for the Oculus Rift on PC. While the new title hasn’t been confirmed for the Oculus Rift, though could well be with Oculus Touch now revealed, the developer could also be bringing the first Technolust to both Project Morpheus and HTC Vive following its initial launch. READ MORE

TECHNOLUST Dev Reveals TECHNOLUST Scanlines For HTC Vive And PS4


Developer Blair Renaud revealed early this morning via Twitter that a new virtual reality (VR) videogame project called TECHNOLUST Scanlines is in production by IRIS VR.

Details are few at present, however the teaser image clearly shows that the videogame will support the Valve backed HTC Vive head-mounted display (HMD) and the PlayStation 4 which would suggest potential support for Project Morpheus. This is highly likely as IRIS VR have previously remarked that the series will be coming to Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE)’s VR system.  Also somewhat notable in its absence is support for the Oculus Rift which TECHNOLUST supported. READ MORE

IRIS VR Bringing Technolust IP to Project Morpheus & Vive, Dropping STEM Support


Those that have been a part of the virtual reality (VR) community for the past year will likely be aware of Technolust, the upcoming VR compatible adventure title from indie developer IRIS VR. Last year saw the studio pass its Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign, raising $64,477 CAD to bring it to PC with support for the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD). As it turns out, Technolust will also see release on Valve and HTC’s Vive PC HMD as well as on PlayStation 4 with support for the Project Morpheus HMD. READ MORE

Technolust Opens Arcade Contest


Indie developer IRIS V.R. remains hard at work on its upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible adventure videogame, Technolust. As those that have followed the title thus far will know, one of its main draws is giving players a chance to live out life in a cyberpunk future, interacting with ‘everyday’ items such as arcade cabinets. Recently the developer has launched a new competition that looks to get the community involved in creating brand new arcade cabinets for use within the videogame. READ MORE