Virtual reality collaboration platform now available to Quest and Quest 2 users
MeetinVR has made its platform available through the Oculus Store from today.
The virtual reality collaboration specialist has made its product available to Oculus Quest and Quest 2 users, who can now download and start using MeetinVR. Cristian-Emanuel Anton, Co-founder and CEO of MeetinVR, said:
“We are very excited to be launching on the Oculus Store. This will enable many more people to access MeetinVR’s powerful collaboration tools with minimal effort”
The Danish company’s platform intends to create virtual reality customer and internal business meetings that are better than those done in real life, by making human interaction more intuitive, effective and giving users “superpowers”.
As remote working solutions continue to grow, enterprises across the globe, including Fortune 500 companies, are realising that permanent changes in meeting environments are needed. MeetinVR has signed many multinational corporations over the past five years, based on the intuitive design of the VR application, which is reflective of the company’s Nordic roots.
The platform is available on standalone VR headsets, including the Oculus Quest 1 and 2, Pico Neo 2 and computer-tethered HMDs. For those companies that do not yet have their own headsets, MeetinVR also provides a desktop solution that enables anyone to interact with their virtual reality environments using their existing hardware.
This desktop solution is already equipped with essential virtual reality collaboration tools, including spatial sound, 2D and 3D drawing, media casting and speech-to-text note-taking. The platform also boasts a number of other features, such as the ability to virtually shake hands, 360 media casting, Microsoft OneDrive integration, meeting management and a toolset for workshop facilitators, participants and moderators.
MeetinVR last year announced partnerships with a pair of collaborators; Wolf3D and Varjo. The Wolf3D venture brings personalised selfie-based avatars to the virtual reality platform, which is only available to registered users. Those who have not signed up for a 30-day free trial can only experience MeetinVR through its pre-populated demo content.
The Varjo partnership has introduced MeetinVR to mixed reality applications and the collaboration has led to a bundle offer comprising of advanced virtual collaboration tools with strong visual resolution fidelity for virtual meetings.
The Danish company will soon be launching essential integrations on the platform for those users who prefer video calls over virtual reality. This will allow those users to see the world of VR through the video conferencing offering with just a few clicks. These users will also soon be able to participate in VR meetings with an upcoming update which will provide desktop users with more features and functionality at no additional cost.