We've packed our headsets and a toothbrush, and are jetting over to California to give the press a first hands-on with the vTime network.
It's hard keeping secrets, and the past few months of developing vTime in cloak and dagger secrecy have left the team at Starship frustrated and sitting on our hands at VR meetups. But that phase is coming to an end as we head over to LA for the second Oculus Connect event.
Held at the Loews in Hollywood, our dev team will learn more about the tantalisingly close launch of the Oculus Rift, and new developer features for the Samsung Gear VR headset. We'll also be giving the first hands-on experiences of vTime to the media, as well as unveiling the first screenshots and videos of vTime to those without a press pass.
As our open alpha launch in November draws ever closer, make sure you sign up to the mailing list to be one of the first to know when vTime hits VR app stores everywhere,and for studio news and announcements.