Software developed to view 360 videos with VR headsets. Each user has their own headset and the projected video is controlled from a Tablet or PC, which acts as a master device controlling the video that all connected devices will see.
From the master you can: pause, stop or change the video to be displayed. The master connects the devices that are in its wireless network identifying each one with a unique name and showing its battery level.
This software is connected to a web administrator in the cloud, where it allows real-time update of the videos the master and connected VR headset will use.
This product was used in Brisbane, Australia for the EKKA (Royal Queensland Show) event. In this event, the VR cinema led the user group through tour in a cattle ranch.
VR cinema is ideal for museums, activation of corporate brands, film festivals or any type of event where simultaneous viewing by several users of the same 360 video in virtual reality is required.