Alternative products to Ascape VR

14 alternative and related products to Ascape VR

Ascape VR

Travel the world in virtual reality

14 Alternatives to Ascape VR

Make, share and discover unique travel itineraries

Llama is for explorers who want to find things to do other than the usual stops that major sites promote. As the first discovery and to-do list app built from the ground up by travelers, for travelers, Llama thinks differently, and makes it easy to build lists with your travel companions.

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Adrian Craig
Adrian Craig- co-founder, CEO of Llama
My team and I created Llama because we were largely dissatisfied with the current options out there. It's a platform for travelers to make lists of things to do on their trips which, if public, are discoverable by other travelers on Llama. It also has google-docs style collaboration for making lists together. Look for Llama on PH tomorrow!
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The virtual reality browser

A full VR browser for navigating web-based VR content. Put on a headset and surf dozens of VR sites in seconds!

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TechCrunch
Virtual reality's content problem has been so frustrating for users because the medium's promise has been that it can take users anywhere. As developers continue to build up these worlds, Supermedium is launching out of Y Combinator's winter batch with a browser that it hopes can show people the promises of virtual reality content that lives across the web.
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Useful collaboration in Virtual Reality

Dream makes it possible to meet and collaborate in virtual reality. Have a remote stand up, present a PDF, conduct a design review with people around the world, or simply watch YouTube together.

Dream decouples where you work from where you live, and is now available for free on in early access on the Oculus Store.

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Medium
Hello World, Today, we are releasing Dream after nearly 3 years of development! Dream makes it possible to meet and collaborate in virtual reality unlike anything else. Have a remote stand up with your team using Trello, or present a PDF from your Google Drive or Dropbox.
VentureBeat
The company Dream is named appropriately. For three years, it has been working on an online collaboration tool that enables people to view web sites on the Chrome browser in virtual reality. It's like the operating system for virtual reality, and it is available for free on the Oculus Store.
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