Sit back, put a weird looking helmet on your face and embrace the future Reporter: Joe Carey | Sub-Editor: Jack Leslie PlayStation VR isn't the first virtual reality headset ever made, but it is the first with the potential to get in the hands of mass-market consumers. The device went on sale this month and the Voice of London got the chance to have dogfights in space, drive a supercar and be submerged deep in the ocean: all in virtual reality. We also spoke with Brett Phipps, games editor at Trusted Reviews, on why VR is something you need to try. Most people who haven't tried a VR headset see it as a gimmick akin to motion controls and 3D televisions a few years back, I was one of them. But VR is the first big change to gaming since the transition from two to three dimensions we...
It all started when my best friend introduced me to an organisation called AIESEC. I was not so intrigued, then magic happened. By: Marwa Khalifa | Sub-Editor: Adrian Vasilescu I was in a zone where challenging myself was not an option. Having to go through interviews and selections was not my thing. No one likes filling in applications and going to interviews. I filled in the application and did the interview and passed it. I was somehow shocked and proud of myself simultaneously. I had achieved something and had finally broken out of my comfort zone. It was such a relief for me when I was done with the interview. The next step was as important as the first one, as I had to choose a project in a country of my choice. And let me tell you, having to choose one country out of hundre
I’ve lived in London for the past two and half years for my Journalism degree at the University of Westminster, but before last summer I hadn’t properly had the full London commuter experience. Reporter: Jack Leslie | Sub-Editor: Joe Carey That all changed from May to August when I completed various internships and work experience placements at several media companies dotted around London, giving me a brilliant chance to sample the British capital’s public transport. Now I realise why everyone on the rush hour trains and tubes look so miserable. Commuting to and from the city centre to North-West London every weekday was an eye-opening experience and I definitely learned a lot. Here’s some (hopefully) helpful snippets of wisdom from my summer of travelling at peak time in London.
Overpopulated cities, cheap-labour workers and smog-wreathed urban landscapes - what else can one think when it comes to describing China? The ‘mecca’ of fake-goods, Shenzhen is to scrap the conventional stereotypes and attract more tourists with its brainchild creative hub. Reporter: Alina Isachenka, Subeditor: Mariya Grinina Looking at the striking landscape of the fast-paced city, it’s hard to believe that only 30 years ago Shenzhen was a small fishing-village best known for its close location to Hong Kong. Now Shenzhen envisions itself as an emerging creative hub, welcoming a new wave of visitors and creative professionals within the shores of a communist China. In 2007 the southeastern Chinese city saw the launch of the OCT loft – a creative hub of art and design in the S