Alternative products to YouTube VR

YouTube VR

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

9 alternative and related products to YouTube VR


Create electronic dance music (EDM) in VR 🎶

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.

Los Angeles-based virtual reality startup Survious is getting ready to launch Electronauts, a new virtual reality (VR) app that allows users to playfully mix and remix songs in real-time. Electronauts will launch on HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR headsets on August 7, and come with remixable tracks from musicians including The Chainsmokers, ODESZA,… See more
The founders at Survios are true believers in virtual reality, and they've poured a lot of effort into the hit VR games Raw Data and Sprint Vector. Now they're switching from games to something more like an immersive music experience with Electronauts.
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Oculus Venues

Experience concerts, sporting events, and more in VR.

Oculus Venues is a free app that lets you experience your favorite sporting events, concerts, comedy shows in VR. Available for the Oculus Go and Gear VR.

Facebook debuted its Oculus Venues feature, which streams live events like Major League Baseball and concerts in virtual reality.
Facebook's Oculus VR division announced that its Oculus Venues social VR app for watching events with your friends is now available on the Oculus Go and the Samsung Gear VR headsets. It's like having a front-row ticket to your favorite sporting event or concert, Oculus representatives said during a briefing.
Road to VR
Oculus Venues, the social app that allows 'thousands of users' to watch live events en masse in VR, is now available on Oculus Go and Gear VR starting today. The company has also published a full list of upcoming live events (below). Announced last year at Oculus Connect 4, Venues lets you connect with friends and ...
Tonight, more than 9,000 people will fill Red Rocks Amphitheatre outside Denver to listen to Vance Joy, an Australian singer-songwriter with a name like a game-show host and an abiding love for ukulele. He'll be playing songs from his most recent album, gracing the same stage that hosted U2 during their now-iconic 1983 performance.
As it turns out, Oculus requires you to use a Facebook account to access the Venues live entertainment app on Go or Gear VR.
When Australian artist Vance Joy performed at Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Wednesday, there wasn't a smartphone in sight. It wasn't quite physically possible for audience members using Facebook's Oculus Venues, a live VR concert experience that saw its debut run worldwide at 7:30 p.m. PST.
This isn't the first time anyone's tried to use VR for a live event - but it might be the most important. This week the folks at Oculus revealed their intent to bring LIVE events to the Oculus Go and Gear VR.
5 Alternatives to Oculus Venues

What are the best Cardboard VR apps?

Chad WhitakerProduct Designer at Product Hunt 👋
Google Street View - Browse and create 360° panoramas on your iPhone or Android
"Google Street View has a VR mode that let's you visit just about any place in the world. Just tap the little Cardboard button and off you g… See more
Nap Simulator - A virtual reality sleep experiment from Casper.
"If the cool uncle gets exhausted or needs to get the nieces and nephews off of their sugar high, check out Nap Simulator from Casper. You'l… See more
YouTube VR - Watch YouTube cat videos (and more) in VR with Daydream
"Youtube has a large collection of 360 videos with support for motion tracking. I can't comment on the quality of content available, but it'… See more
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