Jaunt vr is essentially a curated collection of videos delivered in a custom VR UI, so for me there's an expected level of quality. The videos are generally of good quality. Overall it's probably one of the better vr experiences available on android. Easy to use and better video quality than I've seen in most other apps. However, I do find the videos to be a little blurry and I wish they were delivered in a higher resolution. I also wish there was more customization as far as the stereoscopic view is concerned, like the ability to dial it down. It tends to bother my eyes and make me feel Cross-eyed at times. I do like the 3D effect it brings but I don't think there's a one size fits all answer with this kind of thing. All Jaunts' videos are stereoscopic so if that doesn't appeal to you for whatever reason then this isn't the app for you. I also am not a fan of having to constantly reset the view. This seems to be an issue a lot of vr apps have and I don't know why, but it is pretty annoying and takes me out of the experience. (I know I can just turn my head but that's also annoying, when forward is now suddenly right or left of where it was a scene ago) I also wish there was categories. I mean come on! You curate vr experiences and don't put the in categories?
Didn't launch at first due to not having my resolution set properly. Worked once I changed it. 👍
Bad app doesnt even open
I tried to watch 8 different videos both are like 144p not 1440p hell i would clap my hands if there would be a 480p video..............
Won't open on Samsung 8. Fix it!!
Can you Add internal memory video access on this VR features
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