Last year VRFocus reported on Spanish developer Future Lighthouse teasing the first details for its virtual reality (VR) experience Tomorrow. Now the studio has announced the launch of the project for Samsung Gear VR and Google Cardboard head-mounted displays (HMDs).
Tomorrow is a narrative experience about how the human being evolves along with language. It is a journey through time and space, from prehistoric caves and the Amazonian jungle to the top of the Himalayas.
Since the initial unveiling Future Lighthouse has demoed the experience at several festivals including Virtual Reality Los Angeles (VRLA), South by South West (SXSW) and Sonar. Tomorrow was written and directed by Nicolás Alcalá, CEO of Future Lighthouse, who co-founded the studio alongside Roberto Romero in 2015.
The VR studio is focused on fiction and they are producing several experiences, such as Tomorrow and Luz, as well as co-productions such as The Ministry of Time with RTVE; and for brands like Beefeater, Fly Emirates and Tanqueray
To download Tomorrow for free you’ll need to head to the official website which has the link for the Gear VR version. The experience isn’t currently available on the Oculus Store. Head to YouTube for the Google Cardboard version.
VRFocus will continue its coverage of Future Lighthouse, reporting back with any further updates.