Osvr Shows World’s First Vr Project In North Korea

Organizers of Open Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) is an open platform for virtual reality devices that is designed to be a standard among VR devices. They have unvieled the first VR project that provides a look inside of North Korea. This is produced by DPRK 360 and is available on the OSVR platform.

DPRK 360 is the brainchild of Aram Pan, who wanted to provide a rare look inside of North Korea using a variety of methods like photo, video, and panoramic photos. Pan talks about how OSVR allowed this project to come to fruition:

OSVR enabled my project’s 360-degree movie to work on various types of VR HMDs. I believe that making the VR experience available to as many people as possible through an unrestricted and open platform like OSVR will help to increase understanding of a traditionally reclusive North Korea.

You can watch the video below and download it for OSVR compatible devices here.

Jacob Roach
Jacob Roach is a writer and video game lover based out of St. Louis, Missouri. After finishing a degree in English at Southern New Hampshire University, Jacob returned to St. Louis where we now writes about anything tech or gaming related. In his free time, he enjoys JRPGs and fast-paced shooters, as well as the occasional card game.

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