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Arnold Schwarzenegger entered the Madame Tussauds wax museum in Hollywood disguised as the T-800, pranking fans and an impersonator.


I'll be wax.

Via: Oculus
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The Oculus Rift is finally coming to consumers early next year, and included with it comes an Xbox One controller.  If that doesn't tickle your fancy, you may want to get your hands on their newly announced "Oculus Touch," a set of motion tracking controllers designed for 360-degrees of motion tracking equipped with a thumbstick, two buttons, a hand trigger, and an analog trigger.



The Oculus Touch can detect input from all of your fingers, and features shaking haptic technology to let you "feel" the objects you're touching.  If you thought you looked like a huge nerd using the Oculus Rift before, just wait until you see yourself using these things too.



Attendees of E3 next week will get to try these controllers out in person, while the rest of us will have to wait to get our mitts on them until Q1 of next year.

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"Nothing good is safe while Snow's alive" except for this trailer; it's incredible.  

There are an abundance of feelings:





And BRIENNE OF TARTH, y'all!  (She's playing Commander Lyme):



And how could we forget, epic special effects:



Can you believe we have to wait until November to see Katniss in action again?  I can hardly wait!

Via: Björk
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In her video for her new single Stonemilker, Björk looks to the future and lets you look in 360 degrees. Shot with a 360 camera, the video allows for a virtual reality experience, letting you look all around while she sings to you.

Don't get your hopes up too terribly much, the video is a pretty basic scene of her singing and walking around the camera. If she weren't moving, there'd be nothing too interesting to see. 

Still, if you are lucky enough to have the lead on some virtual gear, or if you are looking for reasons to talk yourself into buying a rig in the future, maybe this video will help? 

Unless you don't like Björk. Then, you'll just have to keep searching.
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