It's Field of view time. Your place to find out what's been going on in the wonderful world of virtual reality.
This week, we found out about HTC Vive sales figures for the first time, Google's Daydream VR headset is now up for pre-order and a VR headset that works with the PS4 and the Xbox One hit Kickstarter.
We also explored why we get motion sickness when using VR, shared our favourite PlayStation VR tips and tricks and our news editor Hugh Langley argued why Valve and Oculus are forging two different VR paths.
Here's our collection of the other VR stories you may have missed this week, plus we pick our favourite VR game and video you need to check out pronto.
Read this: VR news blips and tidbits
PlayStation VR outsold PS4 in Japan
The first week sales figures are in from Japan and it says that Sony's virtual reality headset sold more units than the PS4 did that week. PSVR shipped 51,644 units in comparison to the console you need to hook it up to, which managed 30,154 units.
Star Trek VR delayed until 2017
Beaming yourself up in virtual reality is on hold as Ubisoft has confirmed via a blog update that the new release date for Star Trek: Bridge Crew is now March 14, 2017. The game is set to launch on PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
More NBA games to get VR love
PornHub videos now work on PSVR
Yes, PlayStation fans, if the real reason you bought one is to enjoy 360-degree videos of smut as Pornhub confirmed its immersive flicks work on PSVR. It's not the most straightforward way to get it up and running on your headset, but if you want some adult action in between sessions of Arkham VR, it can be done.
HTC brings Viveport to smartphones
After launching its dedicated place for VR games, apps and experiences, HTC has launched Viveport M for Android phones. It's essentially a hub where you can access apps and 360-degree content that will work with or without a headset. It's only available in China for now, but there's plans for a global rollout so everyone can get in on the action.
Play this: Eagle Flight
Star Trek: Bridge Crew might be delayed, but Ubisoft's first big VR outing, Eagle Flight, has landed on time. Available on the Rift this week (PSVR on November 8 and Vive on December 20), the bird simulator sees you take to the skies in Paris in the future.
Read this: What's next for Ubisoft's VR experiences
You can take your pick from either the story mode where you need to complete small missions or multiplayer mode where you can play with up to five other players in a "capture the prey" mode.
Watch this: Planet of the Couches
To mark the airing of the 600th episode of The Simpsons, Groening, Brooks and company have given its iconic couch intro the VR treatment. You'll need to download the Google Spotlight Series app (iOS and Android) to your phone before donning your Google Cardboard-friendly VR headset to enjoy the multiple scenes with plenty of gags. We've tried it, and it's brilliant.