The Chill Zone – VR Music Experience

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The Chill Zone – A VR 180 Music Experience
Sit back, put on your virtuality reality headset if you have one, and relax.

Music Visualizer world created by SCRN and 1001

VR 180 capture tool created by VoxelKei

Captured and Edited by Romthirty VFX

In this video we also teach you the various ways that you can watch VR videos on YouTube.

1 – Your Phone
Though this is the least optimal viewing experience, if you have no other means of watching, YouTube does provide the ability to use your phone as a small window into the VR world. With this method you can move around your phone to give you different perspectives of the VR180 content.

2 – Google Cardboard
For less than $10 you can buy a cardboard headset with built-in lenses to turn your phone into an immersive 3D VR experience! Though the resolution may be a bit lower, this is a great cheap option to view the videos the way they were intended to be watched.

3 – Oculus Go
For about $150, you can get a high-resolution VR headset. This headsets primary purpose is to watch VR videos, and will provide the best experience for simply watching vr content for the lowest cost. It does not really run intensive VR games however.

4 – VR Gaming Headsets – Oculus Rift / Oculus Quest / HTC Vive / Valve Index / PSVR
If you’re really serious about VR, for around $350-600 you can get a beefy, VR gaming headset. With these systems you can easily watch the videos as well as play awesome VR game titles like Beat Saber, Asgard’s Wrath, and the Super Hot vr game. Keep in mind that unless you have a wireless system like the Oculus Quest, you will need a computer that’s powerful enough to run VR on the headsets.

Thanks for watching (and reading) and hope you enjoy our VR WEEK content!

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