Credible Evidence – Oculus Rift

Oculus Rift 1:


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Writer: Kyle Orland

Published: April 12 2016

Publication: Web Article

This source seems to be credible considering the author and his area of expertise as well as the comparison test undertaken for the experiment and article. The article includes and considers many points, it is very current being published today (12 April 2016) and uses many resources in the article.

Oculus Rift 2:


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Writer: PR Desai, PN Desai, KD Ajmera, K Mehta

Published: 2014

Publication: Review Paper/PDF

This article may or may not be very credible, it seems to be a review by students of Cornell University, however they do have few other papers published on similar topics. The paper is relatively recent and being for a university should be in a professional matter.

Oculus Rift 3:


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Writer: The Verge

Published: March 28, 2016

Publication: Video Review

The information may be credible, I think it can be with the recent publishing of the video as well as the people behind the video. Even though we don’t have a single author the organisation ‘The Verge’ seem to have a great website mainly to publish articles for all sorts of categories as well as contributing authors. This evidence shows great investment into educational articles as well as quality information.



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