Rave Mobile Social VR To Extend the Sociality of Mobile VR

Whether it is a virtual reality (VR) developer or a manufacturer. Evdryone is trying to show the application of VR technology at the social level. From Facebook space to AltspaceVR, vTime, Pluto VR, Geekzonia, etc.. So more and more applications allow users to chat with each other in VR. For mobile devices, how can it show its advantages to more infiltrated into social networking? Today, Rave wants to balance the gap between PCVR and mobile VR.

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Rave Social Application for Virtual Reality

New application Rave can be used on iOS, Android and Google Daydream and Samsung Gear VR. Also regardless of platform, Rave allows users to chat and watch the video in virtual reality. The application supports streaming content from multiple sources, including YouTube, Vimeo, Reddit, Viki, Google Drive, and Dropbox.

Rov CEO Michael Pazaratz said: "VR video is an exciting new frontier, watching the video on the virtual screen is very amazing. But it feels too isolated, so Rave created a solution that allows VR users and their friends in the Watch the VR video on the phone, discuss and share the mutual and sociality together. Let the mobile device and VR content fully integrated together, the interpretation of the new concept of mobile VR.

Pazaratz said: "VR content is to increase social function. And the key to the development of the industry. The phone connected with the VR has opened up a lot of interesting options to expand the community for today's social space. And interactive solutions are particularly important, not just stay in social. But also how to get profit is the key. To become a comprehensive application that is the future direction of the development of VR society. Where people can enjoy the current network brought all the convenience.

Rave is currently available for free download in Google Daydream and Samsung Gear VR applications. The company also plans to release applications in Oculus Rift and HTC Vive in the future.

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