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360 Video Distribution system

See what they see
360 Video Distribution system

See what they see
360 Video Distribution system

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This is the VR software being used by advanced MedTech In Denmark.
Try it for free while its still in beta!

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Present Your videos to multiple Headsets at once

Developed for Oculus Go

  • The VRMultiview is a content management system for 360 videos. It has a web backend, where you can upload, manage and share videos with other users.

    But the main feature is the presentation tool, where you, from a tablet or smartphone, can play and control videos inside connected VR headset´s.

    The view from the headsets are displayed on the tablet while you are playing the video, So that you can engage in conversation about the content as it is being watched.

    This is very different from normal screen casting where it is up to HMD user to control the video.

    Group viewings is not posible either with screencast. When using the VRMultiview the presenter are in full control of the session.

    This is essential when showing VR 360 movies in a professional way. 

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  • This product was designed and developed with a specific use in MedTech. It can be used for other purposes. Really any situation where you want to be able to show 360 video and share the view.

    Contact us if you want to learn more or be involved with VR and dementia treatment. We are the preferred software in big Danish study VR and reminiscence therapy. And we can connect you with experts in this field, and help you get started.

    Another field of study is anxiety treatment, where VR is being used. We can also provide contact and help in this area.

    Denmark started experimenting with VR in MedTech back in 2015, and we would love to share our experiences, and help others get up to speed in this area.

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”We get much happier elders with dementia when we treat them VR experiences”
Sune Buch Sloth - Care tech expert, Rødovre Municipality, Denmark