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Digital Domain VR App

Digital Domain Launches VR App for Original Content and Livestreamed 360 Events

The app is free for Google Daydream and Samsung Gear VR.

Visual effects and immersive experience creator Digital Domain has announced the launch of its first virtual reality (VR) app, Digital Domain VR, allowing users to VR fans to checkout its library of work as well as offering livestream 360-degree events.

The new Digital Domain app includes a wide array immersive content created in-house by the company, covering a mixture of genres, styles and formats. Alongside Digital Domain’s own content the app will also feature original works from its entertainment industry partners.

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Whether you enjoy animation, short films, and documentaries or livestreamed and VOD content from musical, political and entertainment events, there’s something to suit most tastes. There will be trailers for original immersive content developed by Digital Domain’s Content Studio team—including its new Monkey King series, Storm and Micro Giants. Or visit new destinations with Digital Domain’s Teleport series, heading to Africa, Dubai, Hong Kong, Iceland, Istanbul, New Zealand and more.

“In 2016 we saw significant advances in devices for virtual reality experiences,” said Amit Chopra, Executive Director and CEO of North America, Digital Domain. “From mobile phones to room-scale VR systems, there are more ways than ever to explore virtual reality. However, there’s now a tremendous demand for new and engaging VR content for the audiences using those devices. At Digital Domain, we’re leveraging our visual effects artistry and technology to produce VR storytelling experiences that inspire audiences. Our new app is our platform for sharing our livestreamed and curated VR experiences with the world.”

Digital Domain’s app is freely available for Samsung Gear VR, Google Daydream, and for iOS and Android smartphones using Google Cardboard.

Back in March Digital Domain announced the purchase of Sprawly, a company that specialises in helping those with no coding experience build VR content.

VRFocus will continue its coverage of Digital Domain, reporting back with the latest updates.

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