Netflix VR

Like you're in your living room... but you're not.

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Josselin Collettaย โ€” French student & soon-to-be VR maker
This has been here for a while, at least on the Gear. And it is a bit disappointing, especially as other actors of VR have done way better traditional-film-viewing-in-VR experiences than Netflix. I'm thinking of OCS here in France, which fills the room with decoration based on the series you are watching : if you watch Game of Thrones, you'll have a Castle Black-like scenery around you. Canal+ has done it as well, and lets you play your own content in a giant cinema theater.

But as far as these experiences can go, they will always feel a bit off base as the resolution kind of ruins it. For now at least, watching the movie on your TV, or computer, is better. In the same way that a play is better to see live, than on TV.
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Matt Gardnerย โ€” Co-Founder, RouteThis.com
@josselinco I prefer this to computer watching, myself. YouTube vr is probably my most used vr app but maybe I'm the odd one out haha.
Niv Drorย โ€” Writer/Social Editor @ProductHunt
@thatmattgardner @josselinco same. I only watch movies/TV shows in VR now, it's like your own personal IMAX theater. I like Oculus Theater better than Netflix VR tho
Niv Drorย โ€” Writer/Social Editor @ProductHunt
@josselinco OCS sounds Superrrr interesting. Can you link to it? Would love to try ๐Ÿ™‡
Natchi Lazarusย โ€” Social Media Marketing Consultant
@josselinco Link for OCS?
Ryan Hooverย โ€” Founder, Product Hunt
@nivo0o0 watches movies in VR. I've tried it before. It's oddly quiet immersive.
Niv Drorย โ€” Writer/Social Editor @ProductHunt
@rrhoover the ONLY time I watch Netflix outside of VR these days is when I need to eat non-Soylent things
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