After beginning the week with leftovers from Halloween we’re going into the territory of biology today with more than a hint of sci-fi before we take our customary weekend break on New To VR.
In the spirit of cinematic adventures Fantastic Voyage and Innerspace developer Booz Allen Hamilton invites you to take a trip into the human body through virtual reality (VR) in their new app CelluVR, in this instance not being shrunk down yourself but piloting a nanobot through the human bloodstream. As you journey you’ll be able to see the various blood vessels as well as the heart and receive information about where you are through a heads-up-display and overview narration.
CelluVR supports the Oculus Rift DK2 head-mounted display (HMD) and is available as a free download. For additional technical details please see the Oculus VR Share page linked above.
VRFocus will be back next week with more new VR experiences for you to try out, but be sure to join us over the weekend for more news and examples of the uses of VR and augmented reality (AR).
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