It seems as though there is a never ending flow of content coming from VR creator and platformer Jaunt, and what it really excels at is partnering up with capable companies to make even more. Yesterday it came that Jaunt had paired with Flex to produce a tour of the famous US national park, Yellowstone.
Although this isn’t as extensive as most of what Jaunt has to offer, such as the numerous series of VR documentaries, including that of Sir Paul McCartney, there doesn’t need to be much said when you’re in such a setting. Throughout the Yellowstone experience it takes you through many scenes, showing how the natural wonders of the grounds progress throughout the day with colourful grounds and billowing smoke rising.
This is all to celebrate the Centennial of the National Park Service, as Yellowstone seems to be a top choice as it was in fact the first on the list.
The Yellowstone experience (as always with Jaunt) is free to view on either Desktop 360, or on its VR app using head-mounted displays (HMD) such as Google Cardboard, Gear VR, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive.
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