Virtual reality applications development
Where you can use Virtual Reality Applications?
VR outputs types
We can develop VR applications for the folowing VR platforms
Apps for Gear VR
Samsung’s Gear VR headset is mobile, immersive, and allows for both high resolution and long-form 360 VR experiences. It is a great fit for presentations to small groups, such as at sales meetings and tradeshows. Gear VR is also good for high bandwidth requirements, such as 360 video. Samsung has recently extended the capabilities of the platform, including the ability to use a hand controller and cast the contents of the VR headset to an unattached television screen.
Apps for iOS/Android/Google Cardboard
For mass distribution, the best platform to publish to is iOS or Android. Virtually all smartphone users will be able to view your VR application, even those without a VR headset. Distribution is flexible, with Fidesys enabling publishing either InHouse or through the iTunes/Google Play stores. Your audience can access your application how you want them to: via e-mail invite, through self-distribution, by scanning a QR code, or through the App Stores.
Apps for HTC Vive
HTC Vive is a powerful VR platform that gives users a more immersive experience than even the Gear VR or Google Daydream can provide. With Room Scale VR and more sophisticated hand controllers, the HTC Vive provides a great level of interactivity. If you have the budget for HTC Vive, it’s a great platform.
Apps for Google Daydream
Like Samsung Gear VR, Google Daydream provides a robust mobile headset experience. The affordable $99 headset is significantly more immersive than the entry-level Google Cardboard, and is both lighter and more stylish than the Gear VR. If you have a presentation to a small group or are exhibiting at an event, the end user experience of Fidesys-generated apps run on Google Daydream headsets is quite strong. With many new Daydream compatible phones coming to market, we expect to see a large uptick in publishing to the platform.
Apps for Oculus Rift
Like the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift is a powerful VR platform that gives users a more immersive experience than the Gear VR or Google Daydream can provide. With Room Scale VR and more sophisticated hand controllers, Oculus Rift allows for a greater level of interactivity. And since the headset is tethered to a computer, you can create VR experiences of unlimited length on Fidesys and run them on the Oculus Rift.