With the new Expo mobile app, you can view and share your 360 experiences on iOS and Android devices. All it takes is a 6-digit pin code.

Starting today you can download Expo on the App Store and Google Play Store, enter your 6-digit pin code and view your VR content in full-screen 360-degrees or with a Google Cardboard or mobile VR headset. This is another step we are taking to make your VR content more accessible to anyone all around the world.

Introducing the next evolution of cinema.

What if you could go inside the movies you watch on screen and take part in the story and experience the movie from the perspective of the main character?

Not watch a movie, but truly be present in the world and stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the characters in the movie?

Imagine actually going to Hogwarts and waving a magical wand, or being moments away from being crushed by a T-Rex at Jurassic Park…

These are the fantasies I had as a kid at around the age of 12 as I sat in the cinema getting ready ready to watch my favourite…

Woman terrified while experiencing Virtual Reality in a Playstation VR headset

There’s a moment in Jurassic Park when Dr. Ian Malcolm, played by Jeff Goldblum, says emphatically, “Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.”

Sure he’s talking about cloning dinosaurs, but I think this applies to something that’s just as sci-fi in concept: virtual reality.

Josh Gonsalves

Designer / Producer / Founder @ Contraverse VR

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