CG writes: We take a look at the new Paradise Hotel location in the latest RIFF XR update that now allows for shared Youtube, web pages and a spot of karaoke by the pool if you desire. Players can create public or private instances of this location. This is a fantastic update but RIFF XR severely needs more players. It seems most social VR gamers are in love with the well established VR Chat, but RIFF XR offers a far better experience. RIFF XR available now on PC via Steam for VR headsets, Quest version being developed in beta right now and also coming to Playstation VR 2. Once the game releases proper on all the intended platforms as cross-platform play is planned, the community will grow to what it deserves. Either way, kudo to the developers for creating something this nice and for FREE. Back to making cyberpunk themed Taylor Swift AI artwork then.
CG writes: In this video, I manage to transform my office into an AI art driven gallery of cyberpunk themed images. I accomplished this by creating AI driven artwork in the VR game Riff XR, then using said images in the game Captain Hardcore (Quest version). The results are spectacular despite the poor visual quality of the Quest 3 passthrough mode.
CG writes: In this video we take a look at some of the additions to the rather cool social VR game in the making, Riff XR which is currently free-to-play. In the latest update, the team have added more locations for AI art in-game including some fear inducing works in the spooky mansion. Some really cool art in the cyberpunk themed club which is pretty awesome. You can also now jump which is neat. Riff XR is currently on PC via Steam and is heading to PSVR 2. A beta version is available for Quest headsets. Eventually all platforms will be able to interact with each other.
CG writes: In this video we take another look at the rather impressive RIFF XR which is available now FREE for PCVR via Steam. Is also coming as a standalone title for Quest and PSVR 2 headsets. The game provides many social activities, but also allows for user generated content in “dreamdeck” locations. You can set the AI style (in this instance we chose Sci-Fi), and then using voice commands utter a phrase for the theme, and voila (we used cyberpunk phrases to get the impressive art you see in the video). Before your very eyes the 360 degree art is created. It’s an incredibly cool tool to use inside VR and great that other players can see your works of art. The icing on the cake is being able to effectively walk inside the art like a 360 dome.