National Geographic is diving further into VR with a 30-minute Antarctic experience that will hit Oculus Quest this spring. In National Geographic Explore VR, you’ll be entrusted with finding a lost penguin state. The experience will take you on a kayak ride through bone-chilling water, and on a move, up to an ice sheet as you look for the missing feathered creatures.
Utilizing the Oculus Touch controllers, you’ll have the capacity to set up camp, structure a breeze blockade and hurdle up your tent to enable you to get a feeling of what it may resemble to endure such an intense situation.
The National Geographic Partners Immersive Experiences group has been working with Oculus and VR/AR studio Force Field on Explore VR throughout the previous nine months. More experiences will be accessible through the application over the coming months, including archeological campaigns to cultural legacy locales. National Geographic is additionally working with YouTube on a progression of VR ventures, the first was discharged in December.
In the interim, Facebook is set to discharge its independent Oculus Quest headset at some point this spring. Various games and encounters have been reported for it, including Vader Immortal – A Star Wars VR Series, Beat Saber, Moss, and Superhot.
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