VR Social Networking Company AltSpaceVR comes to Android and Daydream platform

VR Social Networking Company AltSpaceVR comes to Android and Daydream platform

As the world of virtual reality aims to bring better connectivity and access to data and content from across the globe, a company called AltSpaceVR has been working towards the goal of creating a VR social platform. The aim is to connect with more of your friends, share content, play games and even talk with each other in virtual reality.

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While using the current app of AltSpaceVR you will be represented as one of the several avatars communicating to others present. The POV movements in the VR world will be simultaneously represented by your head movement and depending on the type of hardware you have, you can also bring your hands in this experience by communicating through gestures and body language.

In one of its recent announcements, AltSpaceVR said that it will be releasing a “new version of its software” that comprises of a “mobile app that fully supports Google Daydream View and also provides access into AltspaceVR for compatible Android phones even without a virtual reality (VR) headset.”

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The AltSpaceVR application is already available on Gear VR, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive headsets. Now by introducing to non-VR Android handsets and Daydream View headsets, the company seems to expand its wings for a larger presence.

Eric Romo, founder and CEO of AltspaceVR said in a statement “We are excited about serving Daydream customers, which could number in the tens of millions by the end of the year. We are looking forward to providing them with the wide range of activities and events that are available in AltspaceVR, and connecting them with their friends on other platforms.”

The company has introduced a new “mobile view” feature in its app to be used on non-VR device. This means that Android users- who today form the majority of the smartphone community – will be able to understand the features irrespective of whether they have a VR headset or are planning to buy one. The company has also introduced a similar “two-dimensional” mode for Mac and PC use.

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