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Google Earth VR alternatives and competitors

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Explore the world from totally new perspectives. Stroll the streets of Tokyo, soar over Yosemite, or teleport across the globe.

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  • YouTube VR

    Watch YouTube cat videos (and more) in VR with Daydream
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  • Nomad List VR

    Travel the world in virtual reality
  • VR-OS

    An early prototype of an operating system that replaces monitors with a head-mounted display for a revolutionary desktop computing experience. Use mouse and keyboard to get work done, in an immersive environment that allows workflows like never before.
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  • Pee World VR

    Go virtually anywhere
  • Measure Tool in Google Earth

    Measure tool for Google Earth, available on Chrome and Android (iOS coming) is one of the most requested features: the ability to measure distance and areas.

  • Couch Live

    Couch Live is a virtual living room for watching TV and hanging out with friends. Generate your avatar from a selfie. Invite friends to your room with a link, and they can join your room from any device. Stream your camera, or screenshare to your Couch Live TV
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    POLARIS is an Augmented Reality app to help millennials to learn about the Earth. With a 3D Earth model to let you explore geographical data & trends like climate change, coffee consumption, employment rate, forest loss, renewable and beer consumption, internet speeds, healthcare, CO2 emissions and other 10+ filters.

  • Google Globe Trends

    Google Globe Trends is a JAMstack application inspired by the wonderful #metoorising project. With most interactive features supported by the react-globe library, this app aims to simplify building beautiful globe visualizations with Google Trends datasets.
  • Kosmos School

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    Kosmos is a project-based K-12 school that exists only in virtual reality offering classes (called Projects) where kids collaboratively complete objectives by learning and applying hard skills like math and physics, but also soft skills like critical thinking, creativity and collaboration.

    I definitely believe in the vision of a school in the VR and I will closely be following the progress of both, VR and Kosmos School. Way to …

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  • SeeVoov

    SeeVoov develops an interactive video-based trip planner.

    We offers a novel planning experience based on video and automatic trip building A to Z.

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  • BBC Taster VR

    VR content from the BBC to your smartphone
  • Relief Maps

    Relief Maps is a 3D GPS app for outdoors sports.
    Browse topo maps all over the world, plan your route and the most important, enjoy your day being outdoor ❀️
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  • LensPass

    Coordinate VR screenings on multiple devices
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  • Electronauts

    Electronauts is a VR app that lets you create electronic dance music with your friends online or on your own. It includes 40 plus tracks from your favorite artist that you can remix on the fly.

  • Where is Carmen Sandiego?

    The world’s greatest super thief has struck again. Can you track her around the globe to recover the stolen loot? Simply click the Carman . logo on the map to begin!
  • VRTM

    VRTM is an animated series set in the future where I travel through time and build companies.

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  • ReactGlobe

    ✨ Beautiful and complete with clouds, backgrounds and lighting.
    ✌️ Incredibly simple to use and configure.
    πŸ€Έβ€ Easy globe animations.
    πŸ“ Render interactive markers on the globe with simple data.
    βš›οΈ Modern Javascript + build tools.
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  • VR Book Reader

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    VR Book Reader (alpha) is a web based application for reading digital books in beautiful and immersive VR Environments. This app will allow you to upload your books, assign a VR Environment and enjoy reading.

    Alpha release: Functionalities are limited. All your books will be deleted after 30min of inactivity to conserve space.

    Nothing to add, seriously, read your book in VR!

  • Travel VR

    My friend Damia, recently went on an around the world trip. She visited Japan, Australia, India, China, Nepal, North Korea and several other countries.

    She learned about people's struggles and leared about their culture.

    I was pumped to do the same. But all I had were $100 in my bank account and a VR headset. That's why I made Travel VR.

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  • Horizon Workrooms from Facebook

    Horizon Workrooms (beta) is the VR space for teams to connect, collaborate and develop ideas, together. Meet teammates across the table, even if you’re across the world.
    Requires Oculus Quest 2.