Try out a set of included demos as well:
• Earth: Fly where your fancy takes you on Google Earth.
• Tour Guide: Visit Versailles with a local guide.
• My Videos: Watch your videos on a massive screen.
• Exhibit: Examine cultural artifacts from every angle.
• Photo Sphere: Look around the photo spheres you've captured.
• Windy Day: Follow the story (and the hat) in this interactive animated short from Spotlight Stories.
To fully enjoy this app you'll need a Cardboard viewer. Learn more and get your own Cardboard viewer at http://g.co/cardboard. Share your experience through our Google+ community at http://g.co/cardboarddevs.
Do not use this app while driving, walking, or otherwise by being distracted or disoriented from real world situations that prevent you from obeying traffic or safety laws.
Tuscany Demo from Oculus Rift SDK for Android
Welcome to Tuscany!
Explore the beautiful Tuscany using the OpenDive / Dive glasses.
In this demo, you can move with a controller. Alternatively, you can look on the ground to activate or deactivate the auto-walk.
With a touch on the screen you can turn on more graphic effects. But therefore a powerful smartphone is required! A realistic impression is created by the use of headphones, and without disturbing ambient light.
The level is from the Oculus SDK and it is designed for more computing power than a smartphone can offer. So the frame rate can suffer.
Get your Dive at:
The Tuscany demo has been provided by Oculus VR.
Works with Google Cardboard
For more information check out http://www.mobile2power.de/simplefpv.html
The documentation is with the old user interface
I used the Unity game template "StarTrooper".
Supports all Android compatible HMDs with Gyroscope like:
Durovis Dive: www.durovis.com
Coogle Cardboard: http://g.co/cardboard
Samsung Gear VR: http://techcrunch.com/2014/09/03/samsung-gear-vr-oculus-ceo-brendan-iribe/
VReye GO: http://vrelia.com/vreyego/
This app is a 3D stereoscopic simulation that requires the i-mmersive glasses. It has been developed to best be consumed with the i-mmersive glasses. You can order the glasses here: www.i-mmersive.net
ATTENTION! You will need the i-mmersive glasses to enjoy this simulation.
You can order the glasses here: www.i-mmersive.net.
If you want to know more about i-mmersive stereoscopic products visit our web site:
i-mmersive glasses available here: www.i-mmersive.net
If you do not know what Machinekit is please visit http://machinekit.io
This is the Android client application for Machinekit created with https://github.com/strahlex/QtQuickVcp" >QtQuickVcp see this guide for https://github.com/strahlex/QtQuickVcp/wiki/Getting-Started">Getting Started
Machinekit is a community-driven project delivering open-source software and protocols used to create distributed systems which command and control moving things in real time. Examples of moving things already being explored are robots, quad-copters, 3D printers, and machine tools. Where community interest exists, complete applications may be created within the Machinekit project.
The roots of Machinekit lie in the venerable open-source LinuxCNC project which focuses on local control of machine tools. The goal of the Machinekit project is to enable applications beyond local machine control while improving usability and platform options even for existing uses of LinuxCNC. Machinekit draws on the lessons learned with LinuxCNC and on its existing software base and also feeds back to the LinuxCNC project.
Machinekit can be configured to run in realtime on recent Linux kernels with Xenomai, RTAI, or RT_Preempt threads, and also in non-real time with vanilla Posix threads for simulation and testing. Machinekit introduces a new middleware architecture and, drawing on other open-source projects, software for messaging among local and distributed, realtime and non-realtime components.
Instances of Machinekit technology are currently running on a variety of hardware platforms ranging from limited-resource ARM devices, to modestly resourced ARM-based SoC boards, handhelds, and tablets, to multi-CPU x86 systems.
Get the free app and become instantly immersed in a growing selection of AR and VR experiences on your phone. Currently, you can experience your application in three different modes: Normal, AR, and VR.
Note: Some applications require additional memory and RAM than others. In case the demo does not launch, be sure close all open apps to free up memory.
This is the default mode and does not require additional devices to run the application. Simply navigate and interact directly on your screen.
Augmented Reality Mode (AR)
The Augmented Reality application uses your device’s camera to display interactive 3D models with motion tracking. To experience this content in Augmented Reality, (AR Mode), download and print the Tracker Image Marker from the Google Play Store listing and orient your device's camera toward it. The Tracker Image Marker works best when flat on a table. You can also download marker here: http://goo.gl/oLgJGj
Immersive VR Mode (VR)
To experience this content in Virtual Reality, (VR mode), insert the device in a VR case. Ensure the device fits and uses gyro tracking for best use. No controllers are needed. Simply use your head to look around.
Compatible Virtual Reality Android headsets: Zeiss VR ONE, DoDo Case VR, Google Cardboard, HOMIDO, Durovis Dive, Fibrum etc.
How does EON Experience VR work?
The EON Experience VR is an application similar to Nextflix, News apps, etc. This means stable internet connection is required to enable proper functionality. EON Experience VR gives you access to a growing number of free AR and VR applications. Browse a growing selection of titles, as new Experiences are added regularly. Content inside the EON Experience VR app will continue to update with more applications,. Simply stay up-to-date and be on the lookout for more applications coming soon!
About EON Reality
EON Reality Inc. is the world leader in Virtual Reality based knowledge transfer for industry, education, and edutainment and is now enabling the ability to publish EON applications to mobile devices. See more at www.eonreality.com.
Please watch the underwater.
Use the Google cardboard 360 Please watch stereoscopic 3D .
Looking at the button, the interesting events occur .
* Recommend specification (Android 5.0 Lollipop)
* minimum specification (Android 4.1 Jelly Bean over )
Imagine that you are a guest at a quaint skeleton party... Now experience it in VR with full 3D positional audio.
You will hear sounds all around you, as well as above and behind you.
You will be able to audition several 3D audio technologies in the same app. Each one uses a slightly different approach to 3D audio, so we suggest you explore them all.
-- Technologies Included --
• AstoundSound RTI (GenAudio)
• 3Dception (Two Big Ears)
• Oculus Audio SDK
• Phonon 3D (Impulsonic)
• Reference scene with regular stereo (no 3D audio)
(more to be added in the next release)
-- Important --
For full experience, this app requires Google Cardboard and headphones.
-- What's Google Cardboard? --
Cardboard is a low-cost, easy-to-get virtual reality viewer that transforms a phone into a basic VR headset. Learn more about Google Cardboard at http://g.co/cardboard
You can change the following settings:
- custom time of day (with option to follow current time of day);
- all 4 seasons - winter, spring, summer, autumn;
- different camera modes and speed;
- customizable characters, butterflies and effects;
- head-tracking using gyroscope;
- fish-eye view to adjust view for lenses of VR headset.
Application requires gyroscope and is designed to work with virtual reality kits like Google Cardboard, Durovis Dive or Stooksy VR-Spektiv.