Review: Moss


“Immersion” is such a wanky term when it comes to VR. Everyone wants you to have an immersive experience but the reality is most don’t come close, but they’ll be marketed as so because it’s VR’s holy grail. There are a lot of reasons why most games aren’t there just yet, the tech for a start,… Continue reading →

Review: Apple HomePod

Apple HomePod

Apple’s HomePod is the company’s biggest product deviation in over a decade. Sure they’ve made some accessories and dabbled with smart watches and headphones but the HomePod represents a departure from the company’s main hardware streams and instead is born of their software services. Part digital assistant, part music delivery device the HomePod could also… Continue reading →

Review: ASUS ZenBeam Go E1Z

ASUS ZenBeam Go E1Z

I’ll be the first to admit it, I whole heartedly judged pocket projectors by their proverbial covers. Someone would pitch one to me and all I’d hear was “low resolution this”, and “underpowered luminescence that” without really giving them much of a thought. Technically speaking, that largely rings true. They are significantly underpowered in comparison… Continue reading →

Review: Accounting+ for PSVR

Accounting+ for PSVR

Accounting+ is a re-release of the HTC Vive title Accounting initially released in October 2016. The new version, made specifically for PlayStation VR (PSVR), has been expanded to include some new content and in doing so now comes with the modest price tag of A$17.95. The game is the first title from the VR focused… Continue reading →