International virtual reality (VR) company Fibrum, which has amassed 4.3 million downloads of its VR apps and games, has announced its global platform for VR will be showcased at next weeks Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The platform will allow users and developers from all over the world to experience and submit the high quality VR content. Fibrum has a larger number of VR apps already available – with 22 apps on iOS, Android and Windows. Gamers can use Fibrum’s streaming capabilities to play PC games in immersive VR, while developers have the opportunity to download Fibrum’s free Software Development Kit (SDK) to create VR games and applications.
The company provides additional offers to end users through its special premium club card that allows users to download Fibrum apps for free, and giving a 50% discount on partner apps. CEO and Founder Ilya Flaks said in a statement: “Based on the belief that Virtual Reality should be available for everyone, Fibrum’s unique products turn ordinary devices into extraordinary worlds and our low cost gear makes Virtual Reality a reality for everyone. Fibrum is striving to create a global community of Virtual Reality enthusiasts.”
CES 2016 is the largest global electronics show, and takes place between 6th – 7th January. The event will feature a significant VR presence, with Oculus VR, Virtuix, 360Heros and more in attendance.
VRFocus will be at CES 2016 to bring you all the latest VR news and updates as they’re announced.
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