Rave brings video viewing on VR and cell into sync – Social viewing app involves Google Daydream and Samsung Galaxy Gear VR
Rave is bridging the hole between VR and cell with the power of shared multimedia experiences. Obtainable on iOS and Android, Rave is launching their social viewing experience on Google Daydream and Samsung Galaxy Gear VR, enabling users to look at movies collectively whereas chatting.
“VR is an exciting new frontier for media consumption,” says Rave CEO Dr. Michael Pazaratz. “It’s amazing to watch videos on a 65” virtual display screen, however feels too isolating.” The answer, as Rave sees it, is for VR users to look at with their mates on cell in actual time. Rave hopes that VR’s small set up base might be offset by ubiquitous iOS and Android devices.
Rave goals to unite the 2 hottest cell actions, messaging and video watching, right into a single social viewing platform. The app options content material from YouTube, Vimeo, Reddit, Viki, Google Drive, and Dropbox. Constructed round playback synchronization expertise exact sufficient to sync cell devices into wi-fi audio system, Rave powers all the things from international film nights to native music events.
“Adding social features to VR is key for the growth of the industry,” says Pazaratz “linking mobile with VR opens up so many interesting options to expand the community.”