With VR headsets coming into the market, it is no question that virtual reality apps are slowly starting to make headway. If you want to feel like you’re in the middle of the action, then know that app developers are now hard at work to make the kind of immersive experience you want to be very real.
Virtual Reality Apps to Get You Started With the Immersive Action
The first on this list of virtual reality apps is Temple Run VR. Yes, what new device would be complete without the iconic endless runner. Back when smartphones are still becoming a “thing” into the tech world, there are two games that made a name into the mobile gaming industry. One was Candy Crush, the other was Temple Run. Years later, that endless runner of a game makes its way into VR headsets in all immersive glory. Therefore, instead of swiping up, down, left, or right while looking at your mobile device’s screen from the top-down, you will take on the view of the person being pursued of the vengeful apes. You can even take a look around at the fast-paced scenery, that is if you want to take your eyes off the road for a second.
Next VR application is Tilt Brush and it is one that has already caught public attention. When you put on your VR headset, take hold of the accompanying controllers, and see the world as your very own digital canvas. You are able to choose colors using a digital palette, pick up your own digital brush, and then paint away. Do note that your paintings or masterpieces are all going to be in 3D, therefore you can walk into them and alter them the way you like.
Moving forward, there’s nothing quite like taking a stroll to another land using Google Street View, but doing so in front of a computer or your smartphone does not promote much of an immersive experience. Now, there is an app for VR headsets in which you are able to stroll down the streets of another state in the United States, or even take a look at the nature reserves found in South Africa.
The world of virtual reality apps are greatly increasing and getting your very own VR headset is going to be worth every penny you spend on them. There are other apps to note that will give you the immersive VR experience you want, but that may be for another time.