Product Hunt Weekly Digest
July 4th, 2018

Win a $2,000 Virtual Reality Bundle 👀
Win a VR Bundle
Ready Player One might be coming sooner than you think.
 
The Oculus Rift is arguably the best virtual reality headset on the market today, with hundreds of games and experiences available from your favorite game designers. Most VR headsets require you to stand still – the Rift can actually track your body as you move around the room.
 
Unfortunately, the Rift needs a powerful gaming PC to work. 👎
 
So, we're giving away a $2000 Oculus Rift Bundle:
 
😮 An Acer Aspire Gaming PC (including a GTX 1060 graphics card)
👁️ Oculus Rift VR headset
🖥️ ASUS gaming monitor
⌨️ Mechanical keyboard and mouse
 
Come join The Oasis – enter to win today. 👈
 
Psst! Yes, the PC can also play Fortnite, PUBG, League of Legends, Overwatch, and all the rest of your favorite esports games.
HIGHLIGHT

"Everyone should meditate for 10 minutes a day. If you're too busy for that, meditate for 20 minutes a day." –Blocktower Capital's Ari Paul

"Life hack: 10 minutes of compassion-focused meditation in the morning instead of checking Twitter or the news." –WSJ's Christopher Mims

For many, meditation reduces anxiety, stress, and that never-ending loop where you open every app on your phone. But it isn't easy to get into a meditation habit, so we put together a list of the 17 Best Meditation Apps to get started:

🌊 Calm, Apple's 2017 App of the Year, curates the best guided meditation. They also launched Sleep Mist to help you doze off at night. They're also hiring for 10+ positions.

🌳 Oak teaches you how to meditate, no app required. Built by Digg founder and now VC, Kevin Rose.

🎧 SelfMonk is an AirPod-first meditation app. Just tell Siri you're ready to relax, and SelfMonk kicks into action.

🤖 Trixie is a meditiation chatbot that reacts to your emotions.

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