advertisement
advertisement

Altspace lets you record and share social VR events

As virtual reality becomes more mainstream, there are an increasing number of services that have implemented so-called social VR–environments where multiple people can come together and share immersive experiences. Among those is Facebook–which has shown off what it’s working on, but not yet made it available. 
 Another is Altspace, which has launched its social … Continue reading “Altspace lets you record and share social VR events”

advertisement
advertisement

As virtual reality becomes more mainstream, there are an increasing number of services that have implemented so-called social VR–environments where multiple people can come together and share immersive experiences. Among those is Facebook–which has shown off what it’s working on, but not yet made it available.

advertisement

Another is Altspace, which has launched its social virtual reality system. Today it unveiled VR Capture, which the Silicon Valley company says is the first system that enables capture, playback, and distribution of social VR events and performances. For Altspace users, recent events have included Drew Carey, Duncan Trussell, Justin Roiland, Al Roker, Chuck Todd, and Reggie Watts–and from now on, any such visits can be recorded and shared with anyone.

About the author

Daniel Terdiman is a San Francisco-based technology journalist with nearly 20 years of experience. A veteran of CNET and VentureBeat, Daniel has also written for Wired, The New York Times, Time, and many other publications

More