“It can be hard to catch up with a technology once it’s picked up steam,” writes Nick Pino for our sister site TechRadar. “It seems like everyone knows every little detail about it and, if you can’t find a welcoming community, learning the ropes can be almost impossible.
“For some folks, that’s what happened with virtual reality. A technology that went from silly retro tech to developer kit to full-blown cultural phenomenon overnight.
“If you missed the first four years of VR’s rise to prominence, don’t worry,” Pino continues. “The technology is less complicated than you think and is super easy to understand. There are affordable ways to try it before you buy it, and plenty of ways to find new content if you’ve already bought a headset.
“Not sure where to start in this wondrous world on the edge of the digital and physical spaces? Let us be your virtual tour guides as we take you step-by-step through the technology.” To read the full guide, click here.