InstaVR Platform Adds Streaming Support for VR Content
InstaVR want to make consuming VR content easier than ever
Sharing virtual reality (VR) content such as 360 degree or 3D videos can still be difficult for many content creators as there’s not many good ways to reach all of the available head-mounted displays (HMDs) on the market. Luckily, InstaVR are making it easier than ever to publish VR content on their platform.
InstaVR plans to expand the services available to creators on their platform, allowing for streaming direct to HMDs. Videos can be of any length, and are compatible with Gear VR, Daydream, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Web VR platforms.
Most impressive of all, the streams can be hosted in high-quality 4K 2160p, or even 8K 4320p – though streaming at those resolutions is going to require some impressive servers on the InstaVR’s side, and some decent download speeds from your ISP – though if it all works smoothly as planned, it’ll be incredibly impressive VR videos of concerts, performances and more.
InstaVR’s founder, Daniel Haga, wants InstaVR to be the reliable content platform that creators turn to first; “We’re very proud to announce the launch of our long-form video streaming service. As our clients expand the length and quality of the 360 media they capture, we want to make sure to provide them with a platform to easily and reliably share their content. Our new long-form streaming service does just that.”
InstaVR’s new streaming service will be available to creators very soon.
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