Explore and stroll within the 1/100 scale model of San Francisco City and the surrounding lands. Explore over 80,000 buildings and precise terrain. See more than 20 neighborhoods and sights shaped with high detail.
Navigation form and teleport control allow you to climb miles over town or insert a few inches to explore the details.
The storm is a game of survival in the atmosphere. This is the first, brief introduction of
a series of storm episodes. You wake up in a strong snowstorm. When you look around to get out of the biting cold to find shelter for your body.
It gets colder, your hands freeze, and the storm is getting stronger as you move slowly
ahead, a bigger question arises: who are you? Where are you? How did you come here?
Storm is a game about identity and fate. The storm lives somewhere between film and game.
TheBlu: is a deeply immersive VR series that allows audiences to experience the wonder and majesty of the ocean through different habitats and come face to face with some of the most awe inspiring species on the planet. The debut episode, featuring an incredible close encounter with an 80 foot whale, is already recognized as one the most iconic room scale VR experiences to date (a Sundance Film Festival 2016 selection). Additional episodes in this bundle take place on a teeming coral reef and in the very deepest region of the ocean. Gain access to new modes of discovery in each episode. Slow time and capture pictures in Inspector Mode, and return to a meditative version of each location in Ambient Mode.
After years of scanning a planet with satellites and ground equipment, Google has the largest image database for our planet. They provide this to their customers with the maximum dose of reality through VR technology. A fast and easy way to visit the most attractive points on Earth during the rainy days.
Clearly, visiting a blurry version of Monument Valley and looking down at its smudged textures from 100 foot above is no substitute for a real visit to canyon country, but it’s a neat shortcut for reminding oneself of the majesty of nature. And a recent ‘flight’ over Tokyo or Hawaii is good for questioning one’s life choices as one trudges home through the November rain.
Obviously, though, the first thing was find my house. I could have gone anywhere, but no, I thought REDACTED, a small and chilly terraced house in South-East England somehow held more lure than Kilimanjaro or Machu Picchu. Clearly, Google has no particular interest in that house, so its street was not as striking and careful a rendition as that big statue of wossisface on the hill outside Rio de Janeiro was.
Take a trip into orbit and experience life on board the International Space Station! In this immersive and fun simulation, learn how to move and work in zero-gravity using the touch controllers. Dock a space capsule, take a spacewalk, and let real astronauts guide you on the ISS through archival video clips.
Welcome to The Lab, a compilation of Valve’s room-scale VR experiments set in a pocket universe within Aperture Science. Fix a robot, defend a castle, adopt a mechanical dog, and more.
Set in a pocket universe of Aperture Science, The Lab offers a wide range of ways to enjoy VR, all in one application.
To gain access to any of these mini games or experiences, the player simply has to approach their terminal in the home lab and take his ornate balls before placing it on his head.
Some things in life really need to be experienced first hand, and the ascent of Mount Everest is probably pretty high up on that list. Photos and videos can’t compare to the real thing, but VR just might. Everest VR intends to bring the mountain to you, with a journey to the most iconic summit on the planet.