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To remember the atmosphere of the VRLA and the first time when three countries played PolygonVR at the same time watch Infinite Grenade Launcher podcast. The interview was given by the commercial director of Neurogaming Alexey Morozov and Yoni Koenig, co-founder of Exit Reality, Neurogaming partner for the festival.View more >
Neurogaming is a company you should keep on the virtual radar, VR Fitness Insider wrote after VRLA.View more >
German game magazine Mein-MMO.de interviewed WARGAMING.NET founder Viktor Kisliy about a massive update of the “Tanks” and, of course, he didn't leave out World of Tanks VR.
The interview in German, but Google can help you. This is really interesting.View more >
Anywhere you go, the battle can now rage around you.View more >
A cloud-based solution, the platform services a completely cycle from the selection of an area, content management, location management, guidelines for assembly, a catalogue of available locations, personal training, help with marketing and a pipeline of contentView more >
VRFocus spoke in-depth with Tamaz Murgulia, Chief Experience Officer of Neurogaming about World of Tanks VR and how Neurogaming tackled it by looking at field of view (FoV).View more >
A next-generation system unlike anything you’ve experienced before. Read a new UploadVR article about PolygonVR.View more >
2018 is shaping up to be a big year for VR arcades and attractions, and a new player in the space is looking to find success with an approach that focuses on fun gameplay and multiplayer.
Cyprus-based Neurogaming is a joint endeavor made up of Wargaming — the group behind World of Tanks — and a venture funding group called VRTech. They’ve got a development office in Moscow and two demo offices, the first in New York. Together, this group is developing a number of VR titles alongside cloud services and hardware packages designed so operators can easily set up and run their own VR arcades.View more >
Wargaming’s multiplayer hit World of Tanks will soon be larger-than-life — the developer is partnering with the virtual reality venture fund VRTech to form a location-based VR company called Neurogaming. It already has 75 employees working on its projects, and its first big title will be World of Tanks VR.View more >
Multiplayer war simulator World of Tanks is one of those games that just makes too much sense in VR, but has eluded headsets thus far. That’s going to change very soon.View more >
The company is the culmination of Wargaming's earlier partnership with VRTech.View more >